Brazil Needs More Pesticides to Join Modern World, Brazilian Minister Says

Agriculture Minister Tereza Cristina said that a specific technical issue had been converted into "fuel for political warfare" in Brazil and the trade war abroad. "There are absurd and unreliable data being used which are creating insecurity for our consumers," she completed.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Agriculture Minister Tereza Cristina said more and more agrochemicals registrations would be approved, which is required for Brazil to "join the modern world".

Following the controversy sparked by the release of new agrochemicals, the minister claimed that the products authorized today are less toxic . . .

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