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Sustainable Oils Names Scott Johnson as General Manager, Expands Management Team for Camelina Research and Production
Date:10/20/2008

es in agricultural chemical industry, including technical services manager for a regional distributor, retail outlet manager, business unit manager, director of business development and strategy, and U.S. director of marketing. In addition, Johnson has a strong background in agricultural biotechnology. He negotiated trait agreements for Rhone-Poulenc as early as 1994, as well as serving as the head of North American traits for Aventis and general manager of corn, soybeans and rice, BioScience, for Aventis and Bayer CropScience.

Gary Starwalt is responsible for leading the sales and marketing function at Sustainable Oils. In this role he helps educate growers about the benefits of new crops, secures camelina acreage for biodiesel production and develops infrastructure to support grower needs. Starwalt has more than 30 years of sales and marketing experience ranging from retail location manager to national sales manager and vice president of sales and marketing for major seed companies, including Stoneville Pedigreed Seed Company and Asgrow.

Jack Kiser leads Sustainable Oils' research efforts to develop camelina varieties with solid agronomic and yield characteristics, along with favorable qualities for biodiesel production. He also is responsible for working with partners and research collaborators to study best agronomic practices for camelina production in Montana and other key growing regions. Kiser oversees the largest camelina breeding and research operation in North America, with more than 40 trials underway across 11 states and three provinces in 2008. Kiser has led product and trait development efforts in cotton, canola, and other crops for several companies, including Pioneer Hi-Bred, Targeted Growth, Calgene, and Monsanto.

Steve Sandroni brings more than 20 years of experience in seed production and management roles, including national production manager for Stoneville Pedigree Seed Company, southern regional production manager, and pla
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