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Israeli biopesticide company, STK (previously Stockton), and BASF have agreed a distribution deal for the former’s biofungicide, Timorex Gold (Melaleuca alternifolia extract), in Brazil.
Platform Specialty Products’ agrochemical business, Arysta LifeScience, has agreed a licensing deal with Japanese company Meiji Seika Pharma to develop and commercialise formulations of Meiji’s insecticide, flupyrimin, for applications in rice in India.
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Nihon Nohyaku’s US subsidiary, Nichino America (Wilmington, Delaware), has entered into an agreement with Japanese agrochemical and fertiliser company Otsuka AgriTechno Agrio (OAT Agrio) to market and sell OAT Agrio’s fungicide, Gatten (flutianil), in the US and Canada.
Bayer’s Crop Science division and the Brazilian Chapadão Foundation have agreed to promote a research collaboration.
DowDuPont agriculture division Corteva Agriscience’s US software business, Granular, has entered into a three-year agreement with the US aerospace and data analytics company, Planet.
Monsanto has entered into a research collaboration with the US plant gene editing company, Pairwise Plants (San Diego, California).
Nufarm has completed the acquisition of a range of crop protection products in the European Economic Area from ChemChina subsidiaries Adama and Syngenta.
BASF and Chinese small molecule discovery company HitGen (Chengdu) have agreed a research collaboration to identify leads for targets of agrochemical interest to BASF.
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