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New Value Added Products: What types of products are coming?. Ganesh Kishore Vice President Technology DuPont Agriculture and Nutrition. It is important to acknowledge that the first generation agronomic traits have provided significant benefits to consumers. Reduced pesticide use

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New value added products what types of products are coming

New Value Added Products:What types of products are coming?

Ganesh Kishore

Vice President Technology

DuPont Agriculture and Nutrition


New value added products 3a what types of products are coming

It is important to acknowledge that the first generation agronomic traits have provided significant benefits to consumers

Reduced pesticide use

Safer practices

Enhanced

sustainability

Availability and

affordability

Enhanced quality

Elimination or significant reduction

in use of old generation insecticides

“No-till” agriculture minimizing

soil erosion

Soil, energy, increased productivity

Low percent of disposable income

Mycotoxin reduction, innovative

safety evaluation techniques


New value added products 3a what types of products are coming

Despite the controversy surrounding first generation of plant biotech products, the adoption rates have met or exceeded expectations

MM ha’s

North America

# Ha’s 42.5 (72%)

# Farmers 0.9MM

140

Biotech

Non-biotech

Rest of World

# Ha’s 2.6 (5%)

# Farmers 5MM

72

Latin America

# Ha’s 13.6 (23%)

# Farmers 0.1MM

34

25

Total

# Ha’s 58.7 ( 1/4 in developing economies)

# Farmers 6MM (+20% over ‘01, with >3/4 resource-

poor farmers in developing economies)

51%

20%

12%

9%


New value added products 3a what types of products are coming

Questions regarding safety, health and environment have been narrowly focused on biotech and the dialog on biotech has not been “wholistic”

*A balanced dialog of benefits/risks is also missing


New value added products 3a what types of products are coming

Innovation – Biotechnology Innovation will Accelerate

New & stacked input traits

Genome mapped for most plants of significance

Yield traits

Plant molecular breeding

Fuels

Pharmaceuticals

Materials

Foundation of knowledge established - genome mapped for Arabidopsis

Input traits - weed/insect/ disease control

Output traits - differentiated grain products

1990-2000

2001-2010

2010+


New value added products 3a what types of products are coming

The Agri-Feed-Food value grain is complex; First generation biotech crops have focused on value creation/capture at grower level

Seeds

Food

processing

Retail

Chemicals

Growers

Elevators/

Processors

Consumer

Feed

processing

Food

processing

Traits


New value added products 3a what types of products are coming

The Agbiotech industry is heavily investing in a number of ‘traits’ that create value downstream of the crop producer

Company

Renessen

Monsanto

Cargill

Syngenta

  • Crop/Trait

  • Corn

  • Increased energy

  • Amino acids/proteins

  • Processor preferred

  • Soy

  • Processor preferred

  • Modified oils

  • Improved amino acids

  • Canola

  • Increased oil

  • Modified oils

  • Cotton

  • Colored fiber

  • Corn

  • Processor friendly

  • Melons

  • Lower calorie

  • Personalized/seedless

Company

DuPont

BASF

  • Crop/Trait

  • Corn

  • Increased energy

  • Improved amino acids

  • High extractable starch

  • White corn

  • Soy

  • Modified oils

  • Improved amino acids

  • Improved meal quality

  • Sunflower

  • Modified oils

  • Corn

  • Increased nutrient

  • density


New value added products 3a what types of products are coming

The first generation of crop biotech output traits have not performed well in the market place--most of these products have been withdrawn

FlavrSavr® Tomato

-Calgene

Tomato Paste

-Zeneca

High Energy Corn

-DuPont

Potato products

-Monsanto

Laurical® Canola

-Calgene

Delayed Ripening Tomato

-Monsanto

Examples:


Examples of first generation crop biotech output traits

Bruise Resistance

Bruise Susceptible Russet Burbank Line

Bruise Resistant Russet Burbank Line

Examples of first generation crop biotech output traits

Solids Uniformity

Potato Tuber Cross-Sections of Improved Solids Uniformity Russet Burbank Lines


Several key lessons have emerged

Several key lessons have emerged

  • Complexity of the value chain and value capture

  • Identity preservation/costs

  • Importance of Agronomics

  • Substitution potential and its impact on value


These lessons are being incorporated into the development of second generation output traits

These lessons are being incorporated into the development of second generation output traits

Crop

Soybean

Traits

  • Reduced raffinose/stachyose/galactinol

  • Increased oleic

  • Improved n-3/n-6 ratio

  • Increased stearic

  • Lower saturates, linolenate

  • Low phytate

  • Reduced trypsin inhibitors, lectins

  • Increased essential amino acids (lysine,

  • methionine, tryptophan)

  • Hypoallergenic beans (p34)

  • Increased tofu yield

  • Altered storage protein content (7s vs 11s)

  • Novel fatty acid composition (medium chain,

  • long chain ω-3)

  • Increased tocopherols, sitosterols (phytosterols)

  • Increased oil, protein

  • Reduced fiber

  • Stacks of oil/meal enhancement

  • Combination of input/output traits

  • Breeding superior agronomic performance

  • Breeding disease resistance


High stearate canola and soya oil is moving forward

16:0

18:0

18:2

18:0

18:1

18:2

18:3

High-stearate canola and soya oil is moving forward

  • Market

  • Healthy high fat products

  • Benefits

  • Margarines and spreads

  • with cardiovascular-

  • neutral saturated fatty

  • acid

  • Premier base for quality

  • and agronomic traits

  • Technical Status

  • Engineered high stearate

  • soybean developed

  • Field testing canola

  • Market launch to be

  • determined

Soybean oil

High Stearate

soybean


Other food attributes in hi oleic soy are also being addressed

Other food attributes in hi-oleic soy are also being addressed

  • High oleic soy can reduce/eliminate trans-fats in hydrogenated vegetable oils

  • Tans-fats increase LDLs and decrease HDLs and thus not cardiofriendly

  • High oleic soy oil has high oxidative stability

AOM Induction TimeAOM Induction Time

250

150

200

100

150

100

50

50

0

0

HOSB HOSU HOC HOCA LLSB

HDS HOSBO CLS SBFO SBSO


Soybeans with lower raffinosaccharide and higher sucrose content

Soybeans with lower raffinosaccharide and higher sucrose content

Sugar

Content


Significant improvements are also being made in corn

Significant improvements are also being made in corn

Crop

Corn

Traits

  • Increased energy density/availability

  • High extractable starch

  • Improved amino acid quality (lysine,

  • methionine, threonine, tryptophan)

  • Improved oil quality (increased oleic)

  • Increased antioxidant content (tocopherols)

  • Altered starch quality (amylose/amylopectin)

  • Reduced phytate

  • Increased protein content

  • Increased carotene/altered carotene

  • Stacks with agronomic

  • traits

  • Stacks of embryo/

  • endosperm active traits

  • Breeding into elite

  • inbreds


High carotenoid canola using biotechnology

High carotenoid canola using biotechnology

  • High carotenoid canola was developed by

  • seed specific overexpression of phytoene

  • synthase (microbial source)

  • Carotene enrichment occurs only in the

  • seed without any impact on vegetative

  • tissues

  • Canola belongs to the mustard family and is

  • grown in most Vitamin A deficient regions

  • of the world

  • Because it is an annual crop, canola offers

  • the ease of cultivation and could be grown

  • in regions of needful


High carotenoid canola

High carotenoid canola

The amount of β-Carotene available is considerably higher

than what is present in any other vegetable sources

Source

Β-Carotene µg/g

30 -110 (60 avg.)

3 - 6

17

0.1 - 5

250 - 450

1,000 - 1,200

Carrots

Tomato

Melon (orange)

Yellow Corn

Red Palm Oil (RPO)

High Carotenoid Canola Oil (HCCO)


Phytosterol reduces cholesterol and plaque deposition in animal models

Phytosterol reduces cholesterol and plaque deposition in animal models

control

20

18

16

cholestyramine

14

blue is total aorta

purple is aortic arch

12

10

Phytosterol

8

6

4

2

0

Weeks

0

2

6

12

Control

Cholestyramine

Phytosterol

1% Cholestyramine

2.25% Plant Sitostanol


Canola seeds with increased phytosterol content

Canola seeds with increased phytosterol content

4.5

4.0

3.5

3.0

2.5

Fold increase in sterol over control

2.0

1.5

1.0

0.5

0.0

Currently 2% of rape seed oil and 1% of soy oil is sitosterol.

T-12

T-13

T-18

T-22

Control


Biotechnology is also being leveraged to improve the taste texture profile of seed products

Biotechnology is also being leveraged to improve the taste/texture profile of seed products

CropIssues

SoybeanBeany flavor

Astringency

Bitterness

Texture


New value added products 3a what types of products are coming

In addition to increasing concentration of healthful, nutritive substances in major crops, several concepts related to plants-as-factories are also being pursued


New value added products 3a what types of products are coming

In regulating differentiated commodities, important to realize that several variations existed in nature/agriculture prior to massive customization

High energy corn

Waxy corn

High amylose corn

High protein/improved

protein corn

Flavored rice

Altered starch rice

High oleic oilseeds

“Natto” soybeans


New value added products 3a what types of products are coming

Costs associated with development, commercialization and uncertainty regarding product claims have hampered progress

Crop

Soybean

Trait

Issue

  • Hypoallergenic

  • Classes of proteins that need to be

  • reduced/eliminated

  • Cost of identity preservation

  • Definition of the customer

  • Nature of clinical trials


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