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Insignum AgTech, a US-based developer of plants that turn purple during early-stage infection, has received $100,000 from Purdue Ag-Celerator, the investment fund of Purdue University’s commercialisation arm Purdue Foundry. Insignum AgTech’s technology enables farmers to protect their crops, as the plants turn purple before a disease could be identified through traditional means. Verility, a US-based…

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