News & Announcements
October 20, 2014
Verdesian Life Sciences Signs Agreement with Los Alamos National Laboratory
October 14, 2014
Verdesian Life Sciences Increases Sales Staff
September 30, 2014
Verdesian Life Sciences Acquires QC Corporation
September 2, 2014
Robert Berendes Joins Verdesian Life Sciences Board of Directors
August 22, 2014
Verdesian Life Sciences, Mitsui Chemicals Agro and Hokusan Announce Licensing Agreement
February 5, 2014
Verdesian Hires Kurt Seevers as Technical Services Representative
Cary, NC- February 4, 2014- Verdesian Life Sciences is pleased to announce that Kurt Seevers has joined INTX Microbials, a Verdesian Life Sciences company, as Technical Services Representative - Seed Treatment & Inoculant. Kurt will be responsible for all technical elements of Verdesian inoculant and seed treatment products. He will work closely with the INTX sales team as well as overseeing field development of new product technologies and third-party research trials.
September 30, 2013
Verdesian Life Sciences Aquires INTX Microbials.
Cary, NC, and Kentland, IN – September 30, 2013 – Verdesian Life Sciences, LLC (“Verdesian”), a Paine & Partners, LLC (“Paine & Partners”) company, today announced that it has acquired INTX Microbials, LLC, (“INTX”) a world‐class provider of inoculant, seed treatment, and biological growth enhancement products. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
January 4, 2013
INTX Microbials, LLC announces addition of new "N-Motion" Plantability Polymer to their product line
N-Motion provides users with innovative technology to enhance the appearance of seed, while improving seed flow in seed conditioning facilities and controlling dust-off during and after the seed treatment process. Packaged in 2.5 gallon jugs, N-Motion is extremely easy to handle among other crop input products. Furthermore, N-Motion will perform well in most treating operations and application equipment (batch or continuous flow treaters).
August 16, 2012
Harold Watters of Ohio State University briefly describes the unfortunate drought conditions of 2012, and their detrimental effects on the rhizobia populations in the heated soils; advising inoculation in the year 2013.