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Agrimarketing : March 2013
foliar applied fertilizers for their benefits to soil structure, nutritional profile and biodiversity. David A. Pickenpaugh is named COO of INCOTEC North America. Mac Keely is named Pres and Gen'l Mgr of the Vegetable and Ornamental Business. Dr. Natarajan Balachander is promoted to Pres and Gen'l Mgr of INCOTEC Field Crops North America. Nufarm opens new headquarters and formulator plant in Alsip, IL. Bayer CropScience and Brazilian wheat-breeding company Biotrigo Genetica expand their research agreement for Bayer 's use of new wheat varieties. In the agreement, Bayer will be able to use Biotrigo Genetica's lineage of new wheat varieties. Ron Restum joins Koch Agronomic Services as VP, Agricultural Sls. He had been with Agrium Advanced Technologies. Kerry Overton joins the company as Dir of Sls, Corn Belt region. He had been with Monsanto. USDA and the World Food Prize announce a partnership on the Wallace-Carver Internship Program for students involved in cutting- edge agriculture, science, and research. Students compete for the internships through the USDA Pathways Programs. AM Daily Updates on www.AgriMarketing.com Syngenta re-brands the existing Garst and Golden Harvest corn seed brands, launching a revised Golden Harvest brand --- with a new look and identity --- as the single corn seed brand starting with the 2014 season. The Garst brand will no longer be used. The company reports "a new logo and numbering system for Golden Harvest hybrids will be in place for summer 2013 trials and the 2014 planting season. It provides transparent identification of relative maturities, and incorporates elements of the former Garst numbering system for existing hybrids, while also aligning with many of the newer Golden Harvest hybrids. Syngenta will provide an easy-to-use conversion tool for growers who have planted Garst and Golden Harvest corn to match new brand numbers with the former ones." Syngenta soybeans will continue to be marketed and sold by its Syngenta Seed Advisors and ag retailers under the NK brand, and NK corn hybrids will continue to be sold through ag retailers. In addition, Syngenta Seed Advisors will continue to sell alfalfa, sugarbeets, sunflowers and wheat seed. AM Pickenpaugh Keely Dr. Balachander Restum Overton NEED EXTRA COPIES? For extra copies of the 2013 Annual Marketing Services Guide, e-mail: AudreyE@AgriMarketing.com.
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