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Yoder Brothers, Inc. has sold certain assets to Syngenta AF

The private shareholders of Yoder Brothers, Inc. have sold certain assets and intellectual property related to the genetics, development, breeding, production, marketing and sale of potted and garden mum and asters product lines to Syngenta AF. Financial details have not been disclosed.

Based in Barberton, Ohio, Yoder Brothers is the world's leading breeder and propagator of all types of chrysanthemums, including potted mums, garden mums, spray mums and Fleurettes. The company is also a leading propagator and marketer of perennials, asters, azaleas, hibiscus, gloxinias, lisianthus, poinsettias and pot roses.

Headquartered in Basel, Switzerland, Syngenta is a world leading agribusiness committed to sustainable agriculture through innovative research and technology.

Oaklins' team in Cleveland represented Yoder Brothers, Inc. in the divestiture of certain assets to Syngenta AG (NYSE: SYT).

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 Ralph M. Della Ratta, Jr.

Ralph M. Della Ratta, Jr.

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