Trait technology safety data sheets provide producers with information on human health protection, workplace safety, environmental protection and emergency response support. Click here to see the latest feature technology security data sheets. Corteva Agriscience is a global publicly traded agricultural company that provides farmers around the world with the industry`s most comprehensive portfolio, including a balanced and diversified mix of seeds, plant protection and digital solutions that focus on maximizing productivity to increase yields and profitability. With some of agriculture`s best-known brands and a pipeline of leading products and technologies, well positioned to drive growth, the company strives to work with stakeholders across the food system as it keeps its promise to enrich the lives of production and consumer products, ensuring progress for future generations. Corteva Agriscience became an independent equity firm on June 1, 2019 and was previously the agricultural arm of DowDuPont. For more information, see www.corteva.com. Follow Corteva on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter and YouTube. WILMINGTON, Del., and ST LOUIS, May 16, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Corteva Agriscience™ Agriculture Division of DowDuPont (NYSE: DWDP) and Monsanto Company (NYSE: MON) today announced the conclusion of a licensing agreement for the next generation of corn insect control technologies for the United States and Canada, which will expand opportunities for farmers in the fight against cornworms. Corteva Agriscience™ obtains a license to stack the corn root characteristics of Monsanto III and MON89034 with the anti-insecticide characteristics of Corteva Agrisciences.
This agreement allows the development of the next generation of insect control technologies for surface and underground insects and is proposed with the Enlist® herbicide oleotic characteristic for maize. Financial details of the agreement will not be disclosed. As part of the agreement, Corteva will grant on-demand pollination technology and have access to PowerPollens` pollination expertise and prescriptive algorithms to inform manufacturers of the optimal pollination date to improve performance, purity and quality. “The conservation and use of pollen at the optimum time to enable the production of a hybrid offers flexibility and efficiency that has never been achieved in production agriculture. Corteva is the ideal collaborator to help us accelerate our marketing strategy,” says Dr. Todd Krone, co-founder and CEO of PowerPollen. “Since the launch of PowerPollen five years ago, we have refined our conservation technology to extend the pollination period from a few hours to more than six months.” Johnston and Ankeny, AI – April 23, 2020 – Corteva Agriscience (NYSE: CTVA) and PowerPollen®, an Iowa-based ag technology company that has developed the first and only scalable raw material pollination technology, today announced a trade agreement that expands the use of pollination and allows greater flexibility and productivity for corn production. Corteva Agriscience helps farmers understand and carry out their cereal and marketing tasks. The Chinese government requires a full safety assessment of all imported biotech events. In addition, in order to obtain approval for the importation of cereals or by-products from biotechnographic crops, grain traders must present a safety certificate obtained by the designer of biotechnographic characteristics. “For several decades, scientific advances have improved agricultural productivity, but the challenges of pollination have not been addressed.
Based on on-site testing, we believe PowerPollen technology will continue to enable us to produce high quality seeds for our farmers and improve the productivity, profitability and sustainability of modern farming practices,” said Neal Gutterson, Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer at Corteva Agriscience.