AgraQuest sweats the small stuff. The company's proprietary database of more than 23,000 microorganisms is the base for its line of pest control and plant disease-fighting products. AgraQuest's products fight plant pests and diseases with naturally occurring microorganisms that offer environmental advantages over synthetic chemical pesticides and genetically modified crops. The company's product offerings include Serenade, a biofungicide that is approved for use on crops such as grapes, apples, pears, and tomatoes; Rhapsody, a fungicide used in the professional ornamental plant market; and Baritone, a pesticide. In 2012 industry giant Bayer CropScience acquired the company for about $425 million.