Bayer Technology Agreement

As part of the agreement, Monsanto has the exclusive right to market Poncho/VOTiVO with Poncho`s number 500 under its DEKALB reference corn brand, channel, brand and regional brands, as well as license the product through its licensed operations, which serves more than 180 corn seed companies in the United States and Canada. No further details of the agreement were disclosed. Download this comprehensive guide for technical information on Bayer`s current technology portfolio. Monsanto Company is a global leader in technology-based agricultural solutions and products that improve farm productivity and food quality. Monsanto continues to focus on enability for small farmers and large farmers to produce more of their land while preserving more of our world`s natural resources, such as water and energy. To learn more about our business and commitments, please visit: Follow our business on Twitter®, on the corporate blog Beyond the Rows® to or subscribe to our RSS feed. Monsanto will license Bayer CropScience for genuity® Roundup Ready 2 Yield® and Genuity® roundup ready 2™ soybean technology in the United States and Canada. Bayer CropScience also obtains a free license for Intacta RR2 PRO™ in soybeans in Brazil with the possibility of a licensed license in other Latin American countries in the future. Bayer CropScience has also, under certain conditions, granted stacking rights. The multi-step roundup resolution contains several elements. The agreements will resolve the vast majority of current disputes in U.S.

federal and regional courts, including both plaintiffs who have filed cases and parties who have retained their claims in court but have not yet filed their claims. Parties to the agreement must reject their cases or not show up. The range of $8.8 billion to $9.6 billion covers both agreements already signed and agreements under negotiation. It also reflects the fact that the number of claimants entitled to compensation under these agreements will not be known until the application process is fully initiated. The remaining claims consist mainly of cases generated by television advertising and for which the applicants` law firms provided little or no information on the health of their clients and/or cases owned by law firms with small inventories. At the same time, the company has entered into separate agreements with the Attorneys General of New Mexico, Washington and the District of Columbia to resolve similar PCB applications. For these agreements, separate from the class, Bayer will make payments, which together amount to approximately $170 million. Bayer strongly supports the safety and utility of its XtendiMax herbicide with VaporGrip technology and continues to strengthen training and training efforts to ensure that producers use these products successfully.