Rabobank was among the investors as the crop protection technology developer publicly launched having raised a total of $66m since inception.

US-based crop protection product developer Enko Chem has emerged from stealth with $66m in funding, including $45m from a series B round featuring food and agriculture-focused financial services firm Rabobank. Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation led the series B round, which included Rabobank-backed venture capital firm Anterra Capital, Finistere Ventures, Novalis LifeSciences, Germin8 Ventures and…

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