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cy·an·a·mide

(sī-an'i-mīd),
An irritating and caustic water-soluble substance, H2NCN or HN=C=NH; often used in reference to calcium cyanamide.

cyanamide

in the form of calcium cyanamide, a fertilizer and may cause cyanide poisoning.
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Cyanamid was the first to market a herbicide tolerant crop with the release of imidazolinone tolerant maize in 1992, followed by imidazolinone tolerant canola, known as SMART(R) canola in Canada, in 1995.
Cyanamid technical strategy manager, says market research shows Galium is the major broadleaf weed concern targeted by European cereal producers, primarily due to the competitiveness of the weed with the crop.
These differences allow Cyanamid scientists to select the best imidazolinone attributes to best meet the weed control needs of farmers in a particular crop and region.
Note: Complete implementation of this new organization is contingent upon receiving regulatory approvals related to the acquisition of the Cyanamid business and the subsequent closing of the deal.
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Leading-edge companies, like American Cyanamid, are positioning themselves to benefit from e-Compliance now," commented Alison Lowery, director of global chemical markets at ESPS.
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This is the first agreement that Cyanamid signed with Argentina's leading seed company, which allows growers to use our broad spectrum herbicides in combination with Nidera's most advanced hybrid seeds, thus maximizing their yield potential," says Jeff Pritchard, president and general manager of Cyanamid Latin America South.
Previously, he had held sales positions at Millipore (Amicon), Intra-Sonix Europe and American Cyanamid and earned an MBA from the Flemish Economic School in Brussels, Belgium.
Saldarini was President of the Lederle-Praxis Biologicals Division of American Cyanamid Company.