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Valent advances $150-million biorationals project at Osage, IA

10:13 AM MDT | April 4, 2013 | Rebecca Coons

Valent BioSciences (Libertyville, IL), a wholly owned biorationals subsidiary of Sumitomo Chemical, says it is on track to bring a 15-million gal/year manufacturing facility online by spring 2014. The $150-million Osage, IA, plant will produce microbial insecticides, fungicides, nematicides, and plant growth regulators. Biorationals are products typically derived from biological origins that are highly specific in their activity while providing economic, health, and/or environmental benefits. Biorational products include microbial insecticides, fungicides, and...

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