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Japanese company Mitsui & Co subsidiary Certis Europe and Portuguese company CEV have agreed an exclusive distribution and sales deal for CEV’s BLAD (Banda de Lupinus albus doce) polypeptide-based biofungicide, Problad.
Bayer’s Crop Science division has signed a three-year deal to collaborate with precision irrigation specialist Netafim, and Israeli Ben-Gurion University of the Negev’s (BGU) technology company, BGN Technologies.
The Israeli biopesticide company, STK Bio-ag Technologies (formerly Stockton), has agreed a deal with Sipcam-Oxon for the distribution of its biofungicide, Timorex Gold (Melaleuca alternifolia extract) in Spain.
Japanese companies Mitsui & Co and Ishihara Sangyo Kaisha (ISK) have acquired stakes in the Brazilian agrochemical company, Ourofino Agrociencias (Ribeirão Preto).
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The US rice company, RiceTec (Houston, Texas), has agreed a collaboration with the Argentine group, Grupo Puerto Las Palmas (PLP), for the production of hybrid rice seeds in the country.
Argentine seed and agrochemical supplier Bioceres group has agreed definitive share exchange deal with special purpose acquisition company Union Acquisition.
Italian biostimulants company Valagro (Atessa) has agreed a deal with Hungarian distributor Malagrow (Szolnok) for the exclusive distribution of Valagro’s products in Romania and Slovakia.
US agrochemical distributor Wilbur-Ellis' (Walnut Creek, California) venture capital arm, Cavallo Ventures, has invested in US formulation technology company Crop Enhancement (San Jose, California).
US biotechnology company Yofumo Technologies (Denver, Colorado) and the Spanish company, Agrointec (Almeria), are to co-develop “natural seed cleaning and packing processes” in Almeria, Spain.
ChemChina subsidiary Syngenta has “successfully” completed a one-year trial of Israeli genomics technology company NRGene’s (Ness Ziona) GenoMAGIC cloud-based software.
ChemChina subsidiary Adama has entered a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to acquire “key parts” of Chinese chemical company Jiangsu Huifeng Bio Agriculture’s crop protection business.
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