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Bayer CropScience expands cooperation with Brazilian wheat-breeding company
8:50 AM MST | March 6, 2013 | Deepti Ramesh
Bayer says that Bayer CropScience and wheat-breeding company Biotrigo Genética (Passo Fundo, Brazil) have signed an agreement to expand their cooperation. With this agreement, Bayer will be able to use the lineage of new wheat varieties of one of Brazil’s leading wheat-breeding companies. Financial details of the agreement were not disclosed. Biotrigo focuses on the development of wheat cultivars for Brazil and other Latin American countries, and Biotrigo’s germplasm pool is known for its yield, high milling and baking qualities, and...
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