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US synthetic biology company Intrexon’s UK subsidiary, Oxitec, has agreed a multi-year development agreement with a collaborator to develop self-limiting soybean loopers (Chrysodeixis includens).
Israeli plant biotechnology company PlantArcBio (Giv’at Hen) and Israeli specialty fertiliser company ICL Innovation (Tel Aviv) have agreed to collaborate for the development of crop productivity enhancers for agriculture.
The US biopesticide company, Marrone Bio Innovations (MBI – Davis, California), has appointed Canadian crop inputs supplier TerraLink (Abbotsford, British Columbia) to distribute its biofungicide, Regalia Maxx (Reynoutria sachalinensis extract), in western Canada.
Israeli biopesticide company STK has appointed the Sumitomo Corporation/Ishihara Sangyo Kaisha (ISK) joint venture, Summit Agro USA, as exclusive distributor in the US.
The US biopesticide company, Marrone Bio Innovations (MBI - Davis, California), has appointed the Canadian horticultural products supplier, Plant Products (Leamington, Ontario), to distribute its biofungicide, Regalia Maxx (Reynoutria sachalinensis extract), in eastern and central Canada.
The US biotechnology company, Amfora (San Francisco, California), has entered into non-exclusive licensing agreement with DowDuPont's agricultural business, Corteva Agriscience, and the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard over gene editing technology.
Bayer’s digital farming subsidiary, The Climate Corporation, and aeronautics company Airbus Defence have agreed a deal to deliver frequently updated satellite imagery from Airbus to farmers through The Climate Corporation’s Climate FieldView digital agriculture platform.
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Danish company Novozymes is pursuing multi-partner set ups with UPL and US-based chemical distributor Univar Solutions through its BioAg business.
US technology company Cibus (San Diego, California) has licensed certain US rights to US company Valley Oils Partners to cultivate canola with Cibus' ultra-high oleic acid oil trait.
US-based biologicals company Bio-Cat Microbials (Shakopee, Minnesota) and South African company Omnia Holdings (Gauteng) have agreed an exclusive deal to develop microbial strains to be added to Omnia's portfolio of crop science products.
ChemChina subsidiary Adama is to collaborate with Israeli aerospace company Tactical Robotics on a feasibility study for a high-payload drone for aerial crop spraying.
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