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.
Being committed to helping farmers grow enough nutritious and healthy food, Bayer has been investing in biological crop protection solutions. In Argentina, farmers have been striving to incorporate technologies that enable them to obtain maximum performance and ensure economic benefits. The result: the use of biological products has emerged as a great alternative and is already a reality in the cultivation of soy, with a projected harvest of 56 million tons in 2018/2019, according to Argentina’s Ministry of Agribusiness.
To read the full blog article by Pablo Fernández Poeta, Bayer SeedGrowth Operations in Argentina and Uruguay, click here.
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