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FMC acquires rights to mildew fungicide

11:58 AM MDT | August 28, 2013 | Vincent Valk

FMC has entered into an agreement with Belchim Crop Protection (Londerzeel, Belgium) under which it will develop, manufacture, and sell patented valifenalate-based fungicides in the Americas and other countries. Vilefenalate is a dipeptide-class fungicide used on grapes, tomatoes, and vegetables to protect against mildew. Balchim markets it using the brand name Valis, and FMC expects to market it in Latin America soon. "We are pleased to add another fungicide to our expanding suite of patented products now available around the world. With targeted...

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