Sumitomo Chemical, Monsanto Company agreement strengthen weed management collaboration

Sumitomo, Monsanto strengthen weed management partnership in US

10:59 AM, 11th November 2014
Sumitomo Chemical, Monsanto Company  agreement strengthen weed management collaboration

TOKYO, JAPAN/ST LOUIS, US: Sumitomo Chemical has reached an agreement with Monsanto Company to strengthen its strategic partnership for the companies’ weed management collaboration in the United States, which was originally agreed upon in October 2010.

Monsanto develops diverse weed management recommendations for farmers to have effective, economical and sustainable weed control through the Roundup Ready PLUS Crop Management Solutions platform. The Roundup Ready PLUS platform includes Monsanto’s Roundup brand agricultural herbicides and offers farmers choices among residual herbicides for sound weed management.

Sumitomo Chemical, with this strengthened strategic partnership with Monsanto, contributes to help farmers solve various challenges in weed management and aims to further expand its crop protection chemical business in the United States.

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