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From a humble beginning in 1964 as a seed production company, Mahyco has come a long way to become the country’s leading agri-biotech company today. It was the first Indian company to commercialise transgenic bollgard cotton hybrids (Bt technology) in India, under a license from its innovator Monsanto. Mahyco’s hybrid portfolio today covers a wide range of food and vegetable crops.

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Location India
Publisher thehindubusinessline.com
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Location Indiana
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Location Bolivia
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Location Germany
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Location Moville, Iowa
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Bayer CropScience vegetable seeds organized the Nunhems Onion Showcase in Gansu province, China. Nunhems is the global specialist in vegetable seeds and the brand of Bayer CropScience. 

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Location Gansu, China
Publisher news.agropages.com
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Location US
Publisher studentpulse.com
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Michigan has launched a mapping tool designed to help the state's agribusinesses improve their operations.

The Michigan Agri-Business Association says the tool gives businesses access to information that will guide their decisions, allow them to seize opportunities for economic growth, and respond to new markets, climate change and other factors.

Published on 2 weeks 1 day ago
Location Lansing, Michigan
Publisher kpvi.com
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Location Phillipines
Publisher businessmirror.com.ph
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Area cotton is moving the way it should, thanks in no small part to summer showers. “The rain has definitely been a blessing. It’s been good, timely rain,” said Caitlin Jackson, agriculture agent for the Crosby County branch of Texas A&M AgriLife.

Published on 2 weeks 1 day ago
Location Lubbock, Texas
Publisher amarillo.com
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