Shares of Arcadia Biosciences Inc. RKDA, +53.66% rose in active trading again on Tuesday, but pulled back sharply from an earlier peak, as the rocket ride of the past two sessions appears ready for a pause. The stock’s gains have come after the food ingredients and nutritional oils company’s joint venture with Biocerese Crop Solutions Corp. BIOX, -14.31%, Verdeca, said last week that its HB4 drought-tolerant soybeans received approval from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The stock was up 2.2% on volume of of 1.2 million shares ahead of Tuesday’s open, but had been up as much as 25.5% earlier in the premarket. The stock had run up 244% over the past two sessions, including a 124.4% rally on volume of 56.7 million shares on Friday and a 53.7% surge on volume of 38.8 million shares on Monday. The stock has now more than doubled year to date through Monday (up 119%), while the S&P 500 SPX, -1.22% has gained 15.0%.