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Wright Terry R, Lira Justin M, Merlo Donald J, Hopkins Nicole: Novel herbicide resistance genes. Dow Agrosciences, Wright Terry R, Lira Justin M, Merlo Donald J, Hopkins Nicole, SANDERS Jay M, November 17, 2005: WO/2005/107437 (116 worldwide citation)

The subject invention provides novel plants that are not only resistant to 2,4-D and other phenoxy auxin herbicides, but also to aryloxyphenoxypropionate herbicides. Heretofore, there was no expectation or suggestion that a plant with both of these advantageous properties could be produced by the in ...


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Terry W Balko, Paul R Schmitzer, John F Daeuble, Carla N Yerkes, Thomas L Siddall: 6-(poly-substituted aryl)-4-aminopicolinates and their use as herbicides. Dow AgroSciences, Craig Mixan, January 1, 2008: US07314849 (96 worldwide citation)

4-Aminopicolinic acids having tri- and tetra-substituted aryl substituents in the 6-position, and their amine and acid derivatives, are potent herbicides demonstrating a broad spectrum of weed control.


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TRULLINGER TONY: Pesticidal compositions. DOW AGROSCIENCES, Corvin Carl, November 11, 2010: WO/2010/129497 (70 worldwide citation)

This document discloses molecules having the following formula (see "Formula I").


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Wright Terry R, Lira Justin M, Walsh Terence Anthony, Merlo Donald J, Jayakumar Pon Samuel, Lin Gaofeng: Novel herbicide resistance genes. Dow Agrosciences, Wright Terry R, Lira Justin M, Walsh Terence Anthony, Merlo Donald J, Jayakumar Pon Samuel, Lin Gaofeng, SANDERS Jay M, May 10, 2007: WO/2007/053482 (43 worldwide citation)

The subject invention provides novel plants that are not only resistant to 2,4-D, but also to pyridyloxyacetate herbicides. Heretofore, there was no expectation or suggestion that a plant with both of these advantageous properties could be produced by the introduction of a single gene. The subject i ...


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Michael J Bishoff, Thomas F Linnen Jr, Dennis G Wujek, Anton Arnoldy: Methods and apparatus for pest monitoring or control. Dow AgroSciences, Kenneth L Loertscher, May 9, 2000: US06058646 (41 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for monitoring or controlling pests typically in an above-ground setting are provided, particularly those harmful social insects which live in colonies and communicate through chemical signals, such as termites. Included are a pest-edible matrix, a plurality of interchangeable ...


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