Honduras Authorizes Registration of Generic Agrochemicals

In order to enhance productivity in the field, the government once again authorized registration of generic agrochemicals.

Friday, October 1, 2010

The restriction imposed since 2006 for generic agrochemicals, was lifted at the request of rice farmers in the context of negotiations taking place to secure purchase agreements.

The president of the Honduran Association of Rice Producers (AHPRA), Fredy Torres, told La Tribuna "We have been proposing the registration of generics for seven months in order to break monopoly schemes which affect our production costs.”

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The new regulations will come into force in July 2017 and state that pesticide registrations can be renewed for equal consecutive periods of ten years and must be processed in the six months prior to their expiration.

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Honduras: Law on Sale of Agrochemicals Approved

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The new law regulates the sale of products for agricultural use and establishes color bands labels according to the degrees of toxicity classified by the WHO and the FAO.

From a statement issued by the National Congress of Honduras:

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There has been an increased use of fungicides and herbicides, produced with improved technologies, for the purpose of increasing productivity and environmental protection.

A statement from the Trade Office of Costa Rica reads:

Guatemala is beginning to take the first steps towards implementing new technologies in agrochemicals for crops, with a focus on environmental care and higher yields.

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