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French biotechnology company Meiogenix (Paris) has invested over $1 million in a research programme involving US and European scientists aimed at improving maize breeding through targeted genetic recombination.
US technology company Cibus (San Diego, California) has advanced the development of two non-genetically modified herbicide tolerance traits for rice.
Bayer's Crop Science division and French genetics biotechnology developer Meiogenix (Paris) are teaming up to accelerate the development of Meiogenix’s proprietary technologies related to plant breeding and genome editing applications.
Nufarm’s US business, Nufarm Americas, has entered into a distribution agreement with Chinese company Nutrichem to market the oxyfluorfen-based herbicides, GoalTender and Goal 2XL.
ChemChina subsidiary Adama and Israeli biopesticide company STK Bio-ag Technologies have agreed an exclusive distribution deal for two STK Melaleuca alternifolia extract-based biofungicides in Ecuador.
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Spanish biologicals company Seipasa (L'Alcúdia) has signed a distribution deal for French company Suez to distribute its biostimulants in Chile.
Canadian biologicals company Terramera (Vancouver, British Columbia) is leading a project for the Canadian Digital Technology Supercluster – a cross-industry collaboration of diverse organisations – to develop new pest and disease control solutions.
Australian biopesticide company AgBiTech (Glenvale, Queensland) has entered into a distribution agreement with UPL for two viral insecticides in multiple African countries.
Corteva Agriscience Shanghai and Chinese company Lier Chemical have agreed to set up a joint venture in the Sichuan province of China.
Corteva Agriscience has agreed a one-year exclusive evaluation deal with UK biological crop protection company Eden Research (Cirencester, Gloucestershire) on its encapsulation technology.
US agrochemical and pharmaceutical discovery technology company Atomwise (San Francisco, California) and Bayer are to continue the development of two crop protection programmes.
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