A licensing agreement has been negotiated between Bayer CropScience and Stoller Enterprises to allow Bayer access to Stoller’s technology.
A licensing agreement has been negotiated between Bayer CropScience and Stoller Enterprises. The new license allows Bayer to access Stoller’s technology for plant performance.
Stoller actively researches plant nutrition, plant growth regulator activity and plant growth enhancements. The company has looked into plant hormones and the supporting nutrients to help plants reach their full potential. One of the company’s popular products is Bio-Forge, a stress-reducing yield enhancer that may be used on corn and soybeans.
Diane Pinsker, Bayer’s vice president business development N. A., said, “This agreement with Stoller enables us to develop solutions to help our customers address the negative impacts of both abiotic and biotic stress to plants.”
Additional details of the agreement were not disclosed.