Tag: Syngenta

Enogen to be used at more than 30 ethanol plants this year producing 3 billion gallons

Enogen to be used at more than 30 ethanol plants this year producing 3 billion gallons

June 14, 2018 |

In Delaware, Syngenta announced June 12 that it has agreements in place with more than 30 ethanol plants with a combined production capacity of approximately 3 billion gallons. As new plants come on board, Syngenta expects ethanol produced with Enogen corn enzyme technology to be approximately 2.5 billion gallons during 2018 alone. Farmers who grow […]

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Class members in $1.51 billion Syngenta settlement may begin submitting claims

Class members in $1.51 billion Syngenta settlement may begin submitting claims

May 21, 2018 |

In Kansas, the Claims Administrator of the Syngenta Agrisure lawsuit announced that farmers, ethanol producers and corn processors eligible for participation in the $1.51 billion class action lawsuit settlement may begin submitting claims as of May 11 until October 12, 2018.  Class members wishing to opt out or oppose the settlement must do so by […]

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Corn farmers and ethanol plants eligible for $1.51 billion Syngenta settlement

Corn farmers and ethanol plants eligible for $1.51 billion Syngenta settlement

April 17, 2018 |

In Kansas, farmers who grew Viptera and Duracade varieties of corn between 2013 and 2017 are eligible for up to $22.6 million of the $1.51 billion settlement with Syngenta for selling GMO corn seed that was not yet approved by the Chinese government, while a whopping $1.438 billion will go to farmers who didn’t grow […]

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Syngenta could pay out $1.51 billion to farmers for growing GMO corn without Chinese approval

Syngenta could pay out $1.51 billion to farmers for growing GMO corn without Chinese approval

March 13, 2018 |

In Kansas, a $1.51 billion settlement by Syngenta is waiting for a federal district judge’s approval before being confirmed, bringing to an end the nightmare faced by the corn and ethanol industry after China closed its doors in November 2013 to DDGS produced from two GMO strains it had not yet approved. Despite the Syngenta […]

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Syngenta licenses NRGene’s GenoMAGICTM cloud-based big data analytics platform

Syngenta licenses NRGene’s GenoMAGICTM cloud-based big data analytics platform

January 16, 2018 |

In North Carolina, Syngenta has licensed NRGene’s GenoMAGICTM, a cloud-based big data analytics platform, to evaluate, predict, compare and select the best genetic makeup for crop molecular breeding and genomic selection. The agreement is on a non-exclusive, multi-year basis. The GenoMAGIC system will be implemented in Syngenta’s advanced R&D pipeline and will influence key decision […]

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Last Train to Emeryville: The DigiBio value engine is leavin’ the station, are you on it?

Last Train to Emeryville: The DigiBio value engine is leavin’ the station, are you on it?

January 9, 2018 |

Tie-ins for Zymergen, Radiant Genomics, DMC, Capricorn Venture Partners, Syngenta and CHS demonstrate the firepower and scope of digital biology. Today, products made via traditional biological tools tap into easy-to-grow-in-a-lab organisms, and mostly nothin’ else. Sort of like making all the wines in the world from Merlot grapes, because the underlying manufacturing is just too easy […]

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Green Plains plans massive expansion of Syngenta’s Enogen corn ethanol technology

Green Plains plans massive expansion of Syngenta’s Enogen corn ethanol technology

December 17, 2017 |

Good news arrives from Minnesota that Syngenta has partnered with Green Plains to expand its use of Enogen corn enzyme technology across GPRE’s 1.5 billion gallon production platform. The Enogen backstory Enogen corn enzyme technology is an in-seed innovation available exclusively from Syngenta and features the first biotech corn output trait designed specifically to enhance […]

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Fuels America leaders say “thank you, President Trump” for RFS support

Fuels America leaders say “thank you, President Trump” for RFS support

November 10, 2017 |

In Washington, a coalition of the nation’s leaders in advanced and cellulosic biofuels thanked President Trump for his commitment to the RFS, which “has attracted billions of dollars of investment in first-of-a-kind technologies in the advanced and cellulosic biofuels industry.” They also express concerns about the EPA’s July proposal to reduce White House-approved growth in […]

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Syngenta makes $340K donation to ethanol’s Prime the Pump Fund

Syngenta makes $340K donation to ethanol’s Prime the Pump Fund

February 5, 2017 |

In Minnesota, Syngenta has made a donation of $340,000 to the Prime the Pump Fund to help make higher ethanol blends more widely available and help grow demand for American ethanol. Prime the Pump is an ethanol industry initiative created to help the early retail adopters of high-level ethanol blends by awarding grants to reduce […]

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Syngenta donates $340,000 to Prime the Pump Fund

Syngenta donates $340,000 to Prime the Pump Fund

February 2, 2017 |

In Minnesota, Syngenta recently announced a donation of $340,000 to the Prime the Pump Fund to help make higher ethanol blends more widely available and help grow demand for American ethanol. Prime the Pump is an ethanol industry initiative created to help the early retail adopters of high-level ethanol blends by awarding grants to reduce […]

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