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FBSciences & Koch Agronomic Services Ink Partnership

To bring the most recent agricultural goods and technology to market, FBSciences and Koch Agronomic Services announced working together. The two businesses will supply cutting-edge plant health solutions by utilizing the technological synergies between their products. Within Koch’s PROTIVATETM nutritional seed enhancer product line, the first launch in the seed enhancement market will concentrate on North America.

In accordance with a recent business agreement, FBSciences and Koch Agronomic Services (Koch) are working together to promote the most recent agricultural goods and technology. The two businesses will supply cutting-edge solutions for plant health through this strategic partnership by utilizing the technological synergies between their products. Over the course of 16 years and more than 1,600 studies, FBSciences has demonstrated the ability of FBS Technologies to bring notable enhancements to nutrient usage effectiveness, stress reduction, and overall plant and soil health. With a growing portfolio of more than 80 products, its position as a market leader in crop nutrition and crop protection solutions has been established. This has helped producers maximize their return on investment while also enhancing environmental performance.

Courtenay Wolfe, chair and CEO of FBSciences, stated, “We are happy to announce this partnership with Koch and look forward to integrating our scientific know-how and proven solutions with Koch’s experience in increasing agricultural production and yield while lowering environmental impact. Growers will have access to the newest agricultural goods thanks to our agreement.”

This strategic partnership will first concentrate on North American seed improvement prospects within Koch’s PROTIVATETM nutritional seed enhancer product range, with an eye toward future product development and partnership opportunities. By maximizing early season plant health and stress reduction and utilizing the sizable broad acre seed enhancement market for optimum benefit, a first launch in seed enhancement offers considerable impact to ROI for producers.

Steve Coulter, senior vice president of Koch, stated, “We are delighted about the prospects made available by this cooperation arrangement with FBSciences. Numerous options for product creation are provided by its technology portfolio, aiding Koch in achieving its strategic and business objectives. We anticipate more chances to work with FBSciences in the future.”

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