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Monsanto, Novozymes Team Up
Wed Dec 11, 2013 11:34 AM CST

LAWRENCE, KAN. (DTN) -- Microbes, the tiny microorganisms that teem invisibly in every part of the world, are poised to become a more prominent feature in agricultural products, from pesticides to seed inoculants.

Monsanto and Novozymes, a Danish-based biotechnology company that specializes in the production of microbes and enzymes, are teaming up to introduce more microbial products into agriculture in the coming decade.

In a press conference Tuesday morning, representatives from Monsanto and Novozymes gave some details of the new partnership, called the BioAg Alliance. The companies will split costs in joint research and ...

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