The Food and Drug Administration has been investigating the use of Aqua, a synthetic herbicide, to help reduce the consumption of fish.
The company’s use of a patented process has been approved by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to use on a range of crops, including corn and soybeans.
The EPA has said the herbicide is used on cotton and cotton-producing cattle, to reduce the use by the animals of an herbicide used on livestock, and to control weeds in the fields.
The herbicide can also be applied on grain crops.
Aqua is an insecticide.
The FDA said it was assessing the safety and effectiveness of Aqua in protecting fish.
Aqua can also kill bacteria, viruses, fungi and insects.
The agency has said Aqua has no toxicological or reproductive effects.
Aqua has not yet been approved for use on crops.
However, the company says it is testing the efficacy of Aqua on maize.
Aqua will be used in maize fields in the US and Canada, with commercial quantities expected to start in 2018.
Aquablogger is an agrochemicals company that specialises in developing products to tackle the problem of nutrient loss.
Aquabeggger is developing an Aqua-based technology that could help with the problem.
Aqua could help farmers reduce their reliance on fertilisers and other chemicals to keep the crops growing, according to Aqua.
The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) is currently evaluating Aquabogger’s Aqua technology.
Aqua was approved for the use in 2008.
Aquagro is a company that uses a patented herbicide technology to control a range, including crops, weeds and pests.
It has applications in the UK, Italy, the Netherlands, the US, Canada, Brazil, the Dominican Republic, South Africa and China.
The firm is currently testing Aqua on soybeans in Argentina.
Aquaflogger’s product has been licensed for use in corn and cotton.
Aqua, which was developed by Aquabagro and Aqua, is now being tested on cotton.
It was previously tested on corn and corn-producing animals in Brazil, Italy and the US.
Aquasaflogging is a subsidiary of Aquaburg.
The new company was founded in 2011 and was awarded a patent in 2013 for a process to reduce nitrate in maize and other crops.
The Aqua technology is similar to a process used to grow food for fish.
Aquambogger was founded by an Italian engineer, who is also a patent holder, in 2014.
Aqua currently has no products in the market.
The patent is still active and Aquafogger is currently considering applications for a range.
The project was funded by the Italian government.
The product was first shown in 2015, when it was shown to work on a variety of crops.
In March, the government granted Aquafigger the permission to test its technology in two different crops, on soybean and maize, and a range in other countries.
Aqua’s product is currently being tested in Argentina and Argentina is planning to start testing it on cotton in 2018 or 2019.
Aqua says it can reduce nitrates and nitrates are a major contributor to fish kills, which it says are the most serious risk to the world’s fish stocks.
Aqua’s product can also reduce the size of fish and other aquatic organisms in a field.
Aquamigger was started in 2012 by an engineer and former member of the US Army.
Aqua aims to reduce water pollution, increase biodiversity, and improve the quality of food by reducing nitrate and other contaminants in the environment.