Royalty Report: Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing, Agriculture Forestry & Fishing – Collection: 28814


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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 4


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Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 4

Primary Industries

  • Agriculture
  • Forestry and Fishing
  • Agriculture Forestry & Fishing
  • Crop Production
  • Chemicals
  • AgroChemical

IPSCIO Report Record List

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IPSCIO Record ID: 28814

License Grant
The Licensee executed a License Acquisition Agreement with the Licensor under which the Licensee acquired worldwide Licenses for the commercialization of cotton of Licensor's's VIP3A and Cry1Ab insect resistance genes.
The Licensee has the rights to subLicense its affiliates (and, in countries outside the United States, third parties) to commercialize the insect resistance technologies.
License Property
The VIP3A and Cry1Ab projects ('VipCot') represent new technologies that are expected to compete with insect resistance technologies currently on the market, including technologies that are currently contained in varieties sold by us. The VIP3A and Cry1Ab genes produce proteins that are toxic to certain lepidopteran larvae, the principal cotton pests in many cotton growing areas.

These Licenses provide for commercialization of insect resistant cotton varieties containing Licensor insect resistance genes in the United States and in other countries, subject to government approval of the technologies.

Field of Use
The VipCot Gene Licenses make the Licensee the primary Licensee of the Licensor's insect resistance technology. To retain this status, the Licensee must meet milestones for development of VipCot cotton varieties, produce seed for commercial sale in the United States and meet and maintain sales objectives.

IPSCIO Record ID: 2545

License Grant
The parties are in an agreement currently licensing proprietary technology relating to the membrane based reservoir system, micro porous bead system and dispersed (flowable) micro capsule system technologies used in our pheromone based products. The license agreement gives world wide rights to use Licensor's patents, patent applications, trade secrets and un-patented know-how in the development, manufacture and sale of products related to our current business in the agriculture market.
License Property
The membrane based reservoir system technology used in many of our CheckMate®, BioLure® and Su reFire® products is the subject of a United States patent owned by BRI expiring in 2002.  The micro porous bead system technology used in some of our existing and development stage CheckMate® products is the subject of a pending United States patent application owned by BRI.  The dispersed (flowable) micro capsule system technology used in some of our existing and development stage CheckMate® products is not patented in any country.  Other products use biochemical compounds called pheromones which mimic the natural sexual attractant of insects. Phermones are used in various products to disrupt the natural mating process of harmful insect pests, primarily undesirable moths, to prevent the occurrence of unwanted larvae or worms that infest and damage edible fruit, nut and vegetable crops. Other environmentally sensitive products use mechanical technologies in combination with pheromones or other attractants.  These pest control products are designed to attract and capture insect pests, such as Japanese beetles, wasps, hornets and moths.

IPSCIO Record ID: 26907

License Grant
The Company grants a Canadian Company a sole, irrevocable, exclusive right to develop, make, have made, use, sublicense sell and have sold the Planting Seeds and Program Planting Seeds and products therefrom.  No right is granted under this Agreement to sublicense the use of Varieties or Program Varieties for breeding or the development of new planting materials.  The parties have previously entered into a Memorandum of Understanding dated March 13, 1996 for an oilseed Brassica program to develop improved cultivars and incorporate insect resistance traits based on use of Bacillus Thuringiensis technology.
License Property
'Brassica' means species, germplasm and cultures of Oilseed Brassica, including but not limited to Brasicca Napus, Brassica Rapa, Brassica Carinata, Brassica Juncea and Sinapis Alba.  

Bt Program Varieties means Program Varieties which have incorporated Bt Traits.  Bt Traits means Bacillus Thuringiensis genes or transgenic plant containing BT genes (events).  Bt Traits with activity against Flea Beetle (primary target) and Bertha Armyworm/Diamondback Moth (secondary target) are included, as are other Bt Traits for other targets.

IPSCIO Record ID: 5017

License Grant
The Company signed an agreement whereby the Ukrainian Institute exclusively licensed to the Company certain industrial hemp registered seed varieties, which were bred by the Institute.
License Property
The Institute's industrial hemp seed varieties have the lowest THC (tetrahydrocannabinol which is a psychoactive agent with no affect at the minimal, allowable inclusive content in certifiable seed varieties); content of any industrial hemp seed varieties available.  The availability of low THC industrial hemp seed varieties has opened up the commercial growing of industrial hemp in both Europe and Canada.
Field of Use
Field of Use A comprehensive seed multiplication program has been established by the Company to multiply seeds for planting in Canada, Europe, Australia, and South Africa.  Most governments, including the Canadian Government, have imposed strict THC level requirements for the commercial cultivation of industrial hemp.  The Company's exclusive rights to these low THC industrial hemp seed varieties gives it a strategic advantage to build  business, particularly in the key North American markets.
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