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Thursday, December 12, 2019

Latin American agriculture in numbers

Due to its enormous latitudinal range, varied topography, and rich biodiversity, Latin America has one of the most diverse and complex farming systems in the world – and it is also home to several agriculture powerhouses. These six Latin American countries produce fruits and vegetables enjoyed around the world. »  more

Friday, November 29, 2019

Understanding sustainable agriculture in Vietnam through BayG.A.P.

In this guest article, Nguyễn Huy Dũng, Smallholder Farming Manager, talks about how Bayer and agricultural company VinEco support smallholder farmers in Vietnam in implementing good agricultural practices. »  more

Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Showcasing the future of potato cultivation at Tour de Farm

How do we deal with the shrinking number of pesticides available for potato cultivation and storage? And what can be expected from biological pesticides? These questions and many more were discussed at Tour de Farm 2019, organized by Farm Frites and Bayer. »  more

Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Helping Thai farmers capitalize on Durian export opportunities

For Thai farmers, the Durian fruit represents both a major export opportunity and a significant challenge. BayG.A.P. helps farmers in Thailand implement the necessary conditions for Durian production in line with local and international regulations. »  more

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

BayG.A.P. Certification for Argentinian Peanut Growers

Did you know that peanuts are one of the most important crops for the agricultural sector in Argentina? Since 90% of all peanuts produced in Argentina are exported, it is essential for Argentinian peanut growers to obtain international certifications. »  more

Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Lechuga gourmet: from Colombia to the world

We all know that lettuce is very healthy since it is rich in water, vitamins, and minerals and low in calories. What few know is that Colombia is a pioneer in growing lettuce, especially in the cultivation of a new variety of the vegetable known as gourmet lettuce. »  more

Friday, August 30, 2019

Biological allies for soy in Argentina

Biological fungicides and insecticides are an integral part of crop protection practices all over the world, enabling farmers to improve their harvests. In Argentina, new solutions for soy have been introduced as a safe and effective alternative to conventional products. »  more

Jolanda Wijsmuller

Friday, August 16, 2019

Winning hearts with Serenade

Technologies such as drones and sensors already support farmers in gaining a better picture of their fields and crops. So, what better way to validate the performance of our Serenade® ASO biological fungicide than by making use of digital farming methods to collect and analyze the results? »  more

Thursday, August 8, 2019

Exporting best-quality berries from Latin America

Berry production in Latin America is experiencing a boom. To offer consumers affordable and healthy nutrition, the highest quality, and sustainable cultivation, Bayer and berry producer Hortifrut have signed an alliance for the phytosanitary management of berries. »  more

Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Reaching the last mile in emerging markets

Agri-input retailers in emerging markets face major obstacles to running a professional and profitable business. A webinar by SCOPEinsight showcases a solution to overcome the barriers to last-mile distribution and to ensure smallholder farmers have access to the right tools. »  more

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