Enlist Technology Agreement

Always read and follow the herbicide label instructions before being used: Enlist™ products contain the Enlist feature, which ensures plant safety for the use of over-the-top marked applications of glyphosate, glufosinate and 2.4D herbicides with Colex-D® technology when used in accordance with label instructions. After burndown, the only 2,4-D herbicide products that can be used with enlisted plants™ are products using Colex-D technology and are specifically identified for use on Enlist crops. 2,4-D products that do not contain Colex-D technology are not allowed to be used in combination with Enlist products. A recommended letter of corn contains genes that confer tolerance to herbicides 2,4-D and fop. 2,4-D and fop herbicides damage or kill crops that are not tolerant of 2,4-D or fops. Syngenta announced today that it has entered into non-exclusive licensing agreements with Dow AgroSciences LLC and M.S. Technologies, L.L.C. for the Enlist E3 soy beans event in the United States, Canada and Latin America and conkesta Enlist E3-Stack in soybeans in Latin America, with options for global rights for both. Syngenta has also entered into a non-exclusive licensing agreement with Dow AgroSciences regarding the global rights to the Enlist event in corn. The terms of the agreement were not disclosed. To plant Enlist, Herculex and PowerCore seeds, you need a limited license from Dow AgroSciences LLC (or other suitable associated companies). In light of the above, Dow AgroSciences grants the producer a limited licence to use its technology solely to produce a single commercial crop in the United States under the terms of the technology use agreement in place at the time of planting of these seeds. E3 F™ soybeans will be planted in 2019.

E3™ soybeans will be marketed in 2020 for all Corteva Agriscience brands™ brands, including Corteva Agriscience Pioneer`s flagship brand®, as well as Stine Seed Company and Merschman Seed Company. Corteva Agriscience™ and MS Technologies are also considering licensed E3 soybean technology™ overall. The companies are currently in talks with more than 100 seed brands. With this broad licensing approach, robust start-up plans and extensive seed production, Enlist E3™ soybeans are expected to be planted on more than 10% of soybeans in the United States and Canada by 2020. About MS Technologies™ MS Technologies™ LLC is a leading provider of soy properties, technologies and geneticists. MS Technologies™ has a portfolio of internal features and wide access to other features and technologies through cooperation agreements with other parties. More information about MS Technologies™ can be found on our website. «Enlist E3™ soybeans are highly stacked soybeans that provide farmers with greater choice and flexibility in choosing herbicide tolerance characteristics, genetics and plant health solutions. We are pleased to offer this important technology to the US-Growern through numerous brands of corva agriscience seed™ as well as by many licensees,» Corteva Agriscience™ Chief Executive Officer-Elect, James C. Collins, Jr. «Enlist E3™ soybeans contain advanced herbicide tolerance® and Enlist Duo® to offer breeders a solution.» Producers must sign the US03 version of the Syngenta Seeds, LLC Stewardship Agreement and have it on the electronic version.

This agreement was recently updated in October 2019, so please check the latest version to keep up to date with all syngenta trust requirements. E3 soybeans™ are allowed for cultivation in the United States, Canada and Brazil. E3 soybeans™ has been granted import permits in importing countries such as China and the Philippines. E3™ soybeans should now be managed in the United States by standard grain processing practices for products with biotech characteristics. For more information on Enlist E3™ soy and the ™ weeding system, see product labels, product usage guides and l