Synthetic herbicides Applications on Grains and Cereals - Patent Overview (Last 5 years)
The development of Synthetic herbicides for Grains and Cereals is essential for ensuring quality produce, preventing yield losses, and making grains and cereals production easier and cost effective.
Synthetic herbicides need to deliver high performance, targeting specific species while keeping application rates to a minimum. New compounds must be safe for humans, animal species, and non-targeted plants and insects with minimal environmental impact. There is a lot of research that led to the development of the patented technology, which addresses the problems like the dosage to be used and the types that give out a better yield in particular. To know more, it is worth to know the details that are disclosed in the patent overview report.
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