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Syngenta and Novozymes partner in biofungicides

9:46 AM MDT | October 26, 2012 | Rebecca Coons

Syngenta and Novozymes says they have signed an exclusive global marketing and distribution agreement to commercialize Taegro, a fermented biological fungicide based on a naturally occurring bacterium Bacillus subtilis. Expanding the existing registrations of Taegro in the US, the companies aim to offer the technology to growers around the world for use on a broad range of crops. Financial details about the agreement were not disclosed. In April, Syngenta and Novozymes announced a global agreement to commercialize the Novozymes technology JumpStart, a...

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