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Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Sustainable soy production in Brazil

Brazil is the second-largest soy producer in the world, and the country’s producing area is expected to increase considerably over the next ten years. To help ensure that this development is sustainable – for the environment, the local farmers, and their communities – Bayer is working together with Brazil’s main agricultural cooperatives. »  more

To better help sugarcane farmers in Mexico be more productive, Solidaridad Network has partnered with Bayer. In this video, Michaelyn Baur, Managing Director at the NGO, talks about the importance of collaboration for helping famers implement sustainable practices. » more

Producing high-quality apples is not easy. Consumers’ demands are rising steadily, and a variety of pests and diseases are threatening worldwide apple cultivation. As a result, farmers’ challenges are growing alongside this beloved fruit. » more


Tour de Farm

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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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Global Forum for Innovations in Agriculture (GFIA) Europe 2018

Utrecht, Netherlands, June 20-21, 2018

63rd FEFAC General Assembly

Lyon, France, June 21-22, 2018

IHC 2018

Istanbul, Turkey, August 13-16, 2018

2nd international Symposium on carrots and other apiaceae

Kakrow, Poland, September 19-22, 2018

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