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
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nexgen’s CEO, Brian Ruddle, presented at the recent World Agri-Tech Investment Summit in San Francisco. Click here to view a summary presentation.
The Nexgen research team presented at the recent Australasian Plant Virology Workshop. Click here to view abstracts.
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
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