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Bayer supports farmers in Thailand in the implementation of good agricultural practices.

Friday, November 3, 2017

Getting farmers in Thailand ready for the global market

Bayer, GLOBALG.A.P., and the Thai Kasetsart University initiated the BayG.A.P. Service Program in Thailand to train farmers in sustainable farming practices. This was an important first step in providing Asian farmers with market access and ensuring their livelihood. »  more

Monday, October 23, 2017

Soy Certification: Improved Conditions to Enter Better Markets

Certification standards promote the implementation of good agricultural practices and help farmers make their businesses more profitable. Bayer and Cefetra, a Dutch agricultural supply chain manager, therefore support farmers to help them reach these standards, a service that they highly value. “Certification is a process that adds value, creates benefits, and sets a farm apart,” says the Brazilian soy farmer Eswalter Zanetti Júnior. This video portrays how the certification process works in practice in Brazil. »  more

Aliança da Terra has a network of experts to support farmers all over Brazil

Friday, October 6, 2017

Bayer successfully collaborates with environmental NGO

To support farmers in Brazil in increasing their productivity while complying with socio-environmental responsibility goals, Bayer has entered into a partnership with Aliança da Terra, an environmental non-governmental organization (NGO). »  more

Drip irrigation systems are just one of the innovative solutions farmers use to grow crops more sustainably.

Thursday, September 28, 2017

How to define sustainable agriculture

What makes food sustainable? This is a question Jenny Maloney, Food Chain Sustainability Manager at Bayer in the United States, has asked herself on more than one occasion. Searching for an answer, she has looked at some of the best practices utilized on farms around the world. »  more

Friday, September 22, 2017

Tour de Farm 2017 – A review in pictures

What will potato farming be like in 2025? This year’s Tour de Farm stirred an open discussion on this question. More than 200 visitors, most of them farmers but also including wholesalers and local politicians, joined the event in Belgium and the Netherlands to learn more about drift reduction, biologicals, point source contamination, operator safety, weed control – and much more. »  more

Friday, September 15, 2017

High-quality fruits from Spain

Spain is one of the top producers of fruits and vegetables in the European Union. Spanish growers, however, face an increasing number of challenges. Bayer Food Chain Partnership supports them in growing high-quality produce. “As soon as Bayer explained its project to us, we immediately signed up,” says Joaquín Ferrer of the Spanish producer Frutinter. »  more

Jan-Cees van der Maas wants to preserve his land for his children later on.

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

“I’m proud of what I have built”

How can I preserve my land? That is a question many farmers ask themselves every day. Jan-Cees van der Maas from the Netherlands is one of them. That’s why he regularly analyzes his water and started using biological products. »  more

Erika Bernal, President of Bayer for Central America and the Caribbean, and Víctor M. Villalobos, Director General of IICA , signing the agreement

Thursday, August 31, 2017

Online training: strengthening smallholder farmers in the Americas

The Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA) and Bayer have formed a regional partnership to launch a BayG.A.P. online training course on best-in-class agricultural practices. »  more

Willy Ronsmans was one of the first farmers in Belgium who implemented micro-dams in his fields

Friday, August 25, 2017

A pioneer in sustainable potato farming

Potato farming in Belgium is challenging, not least of all because the hilly landscape is very vulnerable to erosion. Farmer Willy Ronsmans has taken several measures to protect his soil and produce. »  more

Friday, August 18, 2017

Welcome to Tour de Farm 2017!

The two hosts of this year’s Tour de Farm, Willy Ronsmans from Belgium and Jan-Cees van der Maas from the Netherlands, welcome you to join them on their farms – and learn more about sustainability and innovations in potato farming. »  more

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Food Chain Partnership
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Fax: +49 2173 38 33 83

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