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Syngenta launches breakthrough seed treatment nematicide
11:15 PM MDT | May 26, 2013 | Natasha Alperowicz
Syngenta has launched Clariva, a proprietary seed treatment nematicide based on the Pasteuria technology acquired in 2012, the company announced today. Clariva consists of naturally occurring soil bacteria with a “unique”, direct mode of action on nematodes, microscopic worm-shaped soil organisms, which cause significant damage to all major agricultural crops. “Soybean growers in particular have long been searching for additional tools to manage the widespread cyst nematode problem, which in the USA alone causes more than a billion...
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