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Dr. Natalie Breakfield Selected for the Top 25 Women Leaders in Biotechnology of 2021

NewLeaf Symbiotics congratulates its very own Dr. Natalie Breakfield, who has been selected for The Healthcare Technology Report’s Top 25 Women Leaders in Biotechnology for 2021! Dr. Natalie Breakfield is the Vice President of Research & Discovery at NewLeaf, a biotechnology startup based out of the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center in St. Louis, Missouri. […]

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NewLeaf Symbiotics and Talc USA Announce Exclusive Copack Partnership for 2022

NewLeaf Symbiotics to Deliver Proprietary Microbe Technology Alongside Talc USA’s Premium Seed Lubricant in Exclusive Copack Partnership for 2022 St. Louis, MO, Sept. 23, 2021 – Today NewLeaf Symbiotics® (NewLeaf) and Talc USA announced a partnership to bring an exclusive copack to the market in 2022. The copack – which includes NewLeaf’s proprietary Terrasym® microbial technology […]

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NewLeaf and Meristem Join Forces To Bring Innovative Biologicals to More Acres

Meristem’s New REVLINE HOPPER THROTTLE™ with NewLeaf’s Patented Terrasym® is First Fruit of Teamwork  Lake of the Ozarks, Mo. (AgPR) Aug. 26, 2021  —  NewLeaf Symbiotics® (NewLeaf) (www.newleafsym.com) and Meristem Crop Performance Group, LLC (www.meristemag.com) today announced a new strategic alliance designed to efficiently bring new biologicals to more farmers faster. Under the new relationship, Meristem and NewLeaf will […]

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NewLeaf Symbiotics Expands Terrasym Product Portfolio with New Planter Box Applications

ST. LOUIS, Mo. – NewLeaf Symbiotics (NewLeaf) has expanded its Terrasym product portfolio with new, convenient planter box applications for both corn and soybean, offering farmers direct access to their proprietary microbe technology designed to enhance nutrient uptake, leading to increased root development, plant health, and ultimately yield.   To-date, both Terrasym 401 for soybeans and Terrasym 450 for corn have showcased consistent yield performance, averaging a 75% win-rate with a +2.0 Bu/A advantage in soybeans and […]

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