We are focused on accelerating trait development across crops that play a significant role in feeding a growing global population. With traits to improve yield, we seek to help farmers prosper amid rapidly changing circumstances and meet growing demand. With traits focused on nutrition, we seek to impact human health with globally accepted, non-GMO food.
Our first commercial product is a non-transgenic sulfonylurea (SU) herbicide tolerant canola providing an alternative weed control option for canola farmers globally, including lower herbicide costs, non-GM premiums and a synergistic option for soybean rotations.
We are currently developing and testing several unique and differentiated non-transgenic herbicide and disease tolerant traits in rice that will provide farmers globally with more effective and efficient weed control, reducing yield drag, as well as disease tolerance options.
We have developed and are currently field testing the first non-transgenic herbicide tolerance trait to address the need of the Canadian flax market for an effective weed control package that can improve yield while lowering herbicide input costs.