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ADAMA Canada to continue selling lambda-cy

The company had said last fall that it would stop selling Silencer in response to a Pest Management Regulatory Agency decision to ban the insecticide on crops intended as livestock feed.

Syngenta had announced at the same time that it would stop selling its pesticide Matador.

ADAMA says the decision to continue selling the insecticide comes after consulting with retailers, farmers and industry organizations on the implications of the PMRA ruling to re-evaluate the permitted uses of the insecticide.

“The bottom line for growers is to read the labeling guidelines carefully. Talk to your full-service input retailer and to your crop buyers so you can make an informed decision about if and when to apply the product,” said Cornie Thiessen, General Manager for ADAMA Canada.

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