Dow AgroSciences and Valent BioSciences each up the ante on biological crop protection, but whose bet will pay off more quickly?

In separate press releases, both Dow AgroSciences and Valent BioSciences made announcements demonstrating new commitments to biological crop protection. Dow AgroSciences announced a partnership with Radiant Genomics, a metagenomics company. Sumitomo Chemical’s subsidiary Valent BioSciences announ...

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