A Patent Party at Inari

Feb 22, 2022

ICYMI, Inari is #winning at the patent process with several already granted and more in the “patent-pending” camp.

Like GMOs, but not… Inari uses proprietary gene editing technology to change genes directly. Gene editing is a cheaper and more PC version of altering seeds to create higher-yielding, pest-resistant plants, which is a win-win for growers, consumers, and the environment.

Soundbite: “We are proud to be the first company granted patents for gene editing GM traits,” Inari CEO Ponsi Trivisvavet said. “Inari can give growers access to the leading GM traits for pest control they have come to rely on, coupled with the sustainability benefits of our unique gene edits — all available through our proprietary technology platform.”

The first two patents for gene editing traits include insect protection for corn and weed management for soybeans. Trailing not too far behind are 15 additional patent applications with various applications across corn, soybeans, canola, and cotton.

Better for earth. “Our gene editing technology aims to reduce land, water and fertilizer — by packaging this technology with our edited GM traits, we can reach more growers and increase our potential for a positive impact on the planet,” Trivisvavet said.