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ned with AMISTAR to produce ELATUS, a foliar fungicide for use on soybean Asian Rust disease. ELATUS was introduced in Paraguay and Bolivia in 2013 and Brazil in 2014. The company has introduced a range of bio fungicides in its portfolio in different countries, including the brands TAEGRO7, SAKALIA, TIMOREX 8 GOLD and REMEDIER9. Seedcare Pasteuria spp (CLARIVA) is an endospore-forming bacterium that is a natural control for nematodes offering immediate infection, which stops them from feeding and reproducing and ultimately kills them. CLARIVA is registered for sale and use in the USA for soybeans. Cyantraniliprole (FORTENZA) the company acquired from DuPont in 2008 the rights to use cyantraniliprole, which is a second generation diamide. This new seed treatment insecticide has a different mode of action acting as both a chemical and Bt trait resistance management tool. It delivers early season insect protection both above and below ground and would be available for a range of crops, including corn, soybeans, oilseed rape/canola, sunflower, potato and rice. FORTENZA was granted registration in Canada and Argentina in 2013 and seed treatment registrations are planned for the USA, Brazil, Mexico, and various countries in Europe, Latin America, Asia, Africa and Oceania. It was commercially launched in Argentina in 2014. Sedaxane (VIBRANC) is a new proprietary fungicide based on the SDHI mode of action combining excellent control against a range of seed- and soil-borne diseases with ideal mobility in the soil. This gives long-lasting protection for the entire root system, resulting in higher crop productivity on a range of crops including cereals, soybean, oilseed rape/canola, corn, rice, sugar beet, sunflower, cotton and potatoes. Sedaxane received broad registration in 2014 and is marketed in all regions. Seeds Field crops AGRISURE DURACADE was launched in two new products AGRISURE DURACADE 5122 and AGRISURE DURACADE 5222. USDA cultivation approval was received in 2013. ENOGEN is a corn seed incorporating a corn amylase trait. The company signed an agreement in 2014 with Cellulosic Ethanol Technologies, LLC (CET) (wholly owned subsidiary of Quad County Corn Processors) to make ethanol from corn kernel fiber. The combination of CET’s Cellerate process technology with ENOGEN technology provides synergistic benefits enabling a substantial increase in performance, sustainability and profitability of ethanol plants. The company delivers a portfolio of soybean, with the launch of approximately 50 new varieties in North America and South America. Additionally, in South America, the company introduced soybean varieties with herbicide tolerance and insect control. In oilseeds, the company has entered the canola seeds business in Canada in the 2013/2014 growing season by launching two high yielding hybrids with herbicide tolerance provided by the Genuity Roundup Ready trait. This new hybrid seed portfolio is being commercialized as part of an integrated cross-crop solution across the whole farm targeting canola, cereals and pulses. Vegetables In Vegetables, the company launches new and attractive consumer products in the United States, Europe and other parts of the world. Products and Services in Late Stage Development Integrated Business PLENE: In 2014, the company announced plans to broaden and scale up its PLENE platform of integrated sugar cane solutions. Through a licensing agreement with New Energy Farms, the company would access a planting system for sugar cane in Brazil: CEEDS (Crop Expansion Encapsulation and Drilling System), which is expected to enable the realization of PLENE on a commercial scale. It is complementary to PLENE EVOLVE and PLENE PB, which are for nursery production and gap-filling. INTEGRARE is a high yield solution to unlock the full yield potential of soybeans through a technology offer coupled with agronomic advice and input price risk management, providing confidence and improved return on investment to growers in Brazil. MAXVEG is an integrated crop protection and agronomy offer for smallholder growers particularly in Asia matching crop protection an

 

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