A lawsuit filed by Corteva Agriscience alleges Inari Agriculture used a third-party agent to obtain protected Corteva seeds and illegally export them out of the U.S. In the suit, Corteva claims Inari also made slight genetic modifications of the biotech traits and is seeking... Read More.
Brownfield attended an early morning session during Farm Progress Show hosted by Corteva AgriScience. Eric Scherder, U.S. Crop Protection Launch Leader told Brownfield farmers need the right tools to protect against hard-to-control weeds and weed resistance. To do that, Scherder said they need to... Read More.
Corteva Agriscience continues its expansion in the biologicals space. Corteva has signed an agreement to acquire Houston-based Stoller Group, one of the largest independent biologicals companies in the industry. Company officials say the move will provide farmers with biological tools for evolving farming practices, and... Read More.
BASF and Corteva are collaborating to provide alternative solutions to help farmers better manage resistant and tough-to-control weeds. During Farm Progress Show this week, the two companies announced an agreement to develop future herbicide-tolerant soybeans and complementing herbicides. Dr. Peter Eckes is president R&D... Read More.
Corteva AgriScience and Bayer CropScience have filed lawsuits against each other over the use of certain herbicide traits. Bayer filed suit against Corteva first, alleging Corteva breached contractual obligations to Bayer related to the development and commercialization of E3 soybeans. In a statement to Brownfield, Bayer... Read More.
Corteva Agriscience, BASF, and MS Technologies are entering into a trait licensing agreement to bring nematode resistant Enlist soybeans to market. Mike Dillon with Corteva says the next generation E3 soybean will feature BASF’s transgenic trait for nematode control. “Parties got together and worked through it... Read More.