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The Kenyan Parliament’s Agriculture select committee has voted to allow trials of genetically modified maize.
DuPont has opened its Rand 100 million ($7.7 million) crop technology centre in Delmas, South Africa.
A monthly listing of the mergers, acquisitions and deals in 2017, with links to the original articles.
Japanese company Mitsui & Co has acquired Israeli seed company Top Seeds (Moshav Sharona) and renamed it Top Seeds International.
UPL recorded an agrochemical sales rise of 11.5% to Rs 46,140 million ($717 million at the current rate) in its fourth quarter ended March 31st 2017.
The Kenya Agricultural, Livestock Research Organisation’s Biotechnology Research Institute (BioRI) has developed genetically modified cotton and maize to pre-confined trials stage.
Argentine biosafety regulators are training a delegation of scientists from Ghana and Nigeria to launch a knowledge transfer campaign on agricultural biotechnology and biosafety.
South Africa’s competition authorities have conditionally approved Bayer CropScience’s parent company Bayer’s proposed takeover of Monsanto.
Arysta LifeScience North America (part of Platform Specialty Products) has appointed Chad Effertz as head of research and development and Sam Thornton as business manager, seed treatments.
Bayer CropScience has agreed a partnership with anti-malaria fundraiser and educator Goodbye Malaria in southern Africa.
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