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Dr. Chambers Hughes

Science Advisory Board Member

Dr. Hughes is currently an Assistant Professor at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego.

He graduated with a B.S. in Biochemistry and a minor in Latin from Geneseo College and went on to complete a Ph.D. in chemistry from the University of California, Berkeley. There, he worked with Prof. Dirk Trauner on the chemical synthesis of two terrestrial and two marine natural products. Dr. Hughes was the first member of the then-nascent Trauner research group to earn a doctorate.

Dr. Hughes subsequently held an extended postdoctoral/research associate appointment with Prof. William Fenical at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego. During this time, he led efforts in the discovery, synthesis, and chemical biology of several marine-derived bacterial natural products. In 2012, Dr. Hughes was hired as assistant professor at Scripps. He continues to explore ocean sediments for bacteria that produce novel natural products and aims to understand how these metabolites function in complex cellular environments.

American Seed Trade Association

Green & Grow Inc. (GGI) is pleased to announce that its senior leadership team will again be attending the ASTA Corn, Soybean and Sorghum Conference in Chicago.

GGI will be presenting a preview of our latest 2016 independently designed and run field trials utilizing the Agriplier® Technology as a Seed Treatment in Corn, Soybeans, Cotton, Wheat and Canola. These new results will be added to our existing trial data demonstrating the benefits of Agriplier® either as a seed treatment or soil application across multiple crop types.

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Green & Grow Inc. (GGI) is pleased to announce that it has obtained its first registered product in Brazil. This marks a milestone in GGI’s efforts to evaluate potential partners in South America. Brazil continues to be a major player in crops where GGI products have performed well.

GGI continues to evaluate other South American markets and pursue registration in those countries.

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