According to the IADB, the objective of the project is promote a reduction in the use of agrochemicals by small and medium fruit and vegetable producers through the development of alternative technologies based on RNA and the training of producers.
Apolo Biotech is an Argentinian company that develops RNA-based technologies.
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Borrower - Apolo Biotech:
Address: Puerto de la Innovación, Parque Tecnológico Litoral Centro, Ruta Nacional 168 km0, CP 3000, Santa Fe Capital, Santa Fe, ARGENTINA
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