Nexgen Plants salt tolerant rice variety approved as non-genetically modified by USDA Brisbane, Australia – 10 May 2018 ¬– Nexgen Plants Pty Limited has received notification from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) that its salt tolerant rice variety is non-genetically modified (non-GM) and does not fall under regulation requirements in the U.S. The

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Nexgen is expanding and is searching for a US based CEO. Click on the following link for the terms of reference for this position. nexgen-ceo-job-description If interested please contact Brian Ruddle at brianr@nexgenplants.com.

MEDIA RELEASE 4th August 2014   Harmful viruses cause millions of dollars damage to the world’s crops.   To address this problem, Syngenta (NYSE: SYT, SIX: SYNN), Ltd and Nexgen Plants Pty Ltd have entered into a collaboration to develop resistance in leading crops for three key viruses. Nexgen Plants is commercialising a cutting edge

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MEDIA RELEASE 6 September 2013 Harmful viruses cause billions of dollars damage to our crops, threatening our future food supply. To address this global problem, Nexgen Plants Pty Ltd has closed a $2 million investment by Yuuwa Capital and Uniseed. Nexgen Plants is commercialising a cutting edge virus resistance technology, developed by Professor Peer Schenk’s

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