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Thursday, December 13, 2018

Going sustainable in the Dominican Republic

From cocoa and banana to sugar cane and vegetables: exporting crops all over the world is not only a hallmark of farming in the Dominican Republic – it is also a major cornerstone of the country’s economy. To make this economic basis more sustainable, Bayer and GLOBALG.A.P. organized BayG.A.P. trainings in Constanza and La Vega. »  more

According to estimates of the World Bank, India is home to 90 million smallholder farmers. Bayer was invited to contribute to the SAI Platform Learning Journey in India, which recognizes the unique challenges that Indian smallholder farmers face. » more

Agriculture is the mainstay of the Indian economy. With more than 1.3 billion people, India is the second most populous country on earth and a leading nation in plantation crops. But its vast potential has not been fully exploited. Bayer organizes BayG.A.P. facilitator training to support smallholder farmers in implementing sustainable agricultural practices. » more

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Tour de Farm

Want to relive the highlights of Tour de Farm 2017? Watch our video:  »  more

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Soy Certification in Brazil

Find out how Bayer and Cefetra support farmers in Brazil in reaching certification standards that make their businesses more profitable.  »  more

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The Brazilian Fruit & Vegetable Initiative

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