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Bayer Crop Science 7h
There is no doubt that bees and other pollinators play an important role in agricultural systems around the world. That's why partnered with the Fraunhofer Chile Research Foundation to develop the Healthy Hives 2020 Latin America program:
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Bayer Crop Science 9h
Bees don’t just make us honey. They support most of the world’s plant diversity through pollination. Preserving and promoting them and their habitats is good for everyone. Learn more about and what is doing to help them thrive:
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Bayer Crop Science 12h
There's a healthy outlook for Latin America's honey bees on , thanks to a program of monitoring, training and networking as Bayer partners with . Discover more:
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IUPAC 2019 May 19
.⁦⁩ gives us an excellent overview of ⁦⁩ and its numerous activities in honour of its 100th anniversary! ⁦
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Bayer Crop Science 15h
In celebration of World Bee Day, hear from Giovanni Capurso, the sustainably-minded owner of Azienda Agricola Moranda ForwardFarm in Italy, on how he fosters bee health on his vineyard
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Bayer Crop Science 18h
The pleasure is all ours. Meet our experts on live on stage today at !🙌
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Bayer Crop Science May 19
Pollinators play an important role in agriculture. Yet, while some pollinators are beneficial for growing crops, other insects aren't as helpful. To help differentiate, learn Coralie van Breukelen-Groeneveld's ABCs of pollinators:
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Bayer Crop Science May 18
Africa has 60% of the world’s arable land, yet crop yields are significantly lower than the global average. However is helping throughout sub-Saharan Africa to change this picture. Find out how here:
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Bayer Crop Science May 17
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Bayer Crop Science May 17
can have an exponential impact in helping to achieve the UN global goal of Zero Hunger by 2030. Learn more about how we at support them towards achieving this.
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Bayer Crop Science May 16
Jenny Maloney, Bayer's North American Food Stakeholder Manager, previews the top 10 food trends she thinks you'll hear in 2019. See her predictions here:
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Bayer Crop Science May 16
“We share a common objective towards sustainable development,” says Manuel Otero of . Learn more about and the importance of working together for sustainable agriculture in this video.
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Jeremy Williams May 15
My career journey started 30 yrs ago with a standby ticket…known destination, but unclear path. It's proven to be a great metaphor for life as a & , as I recently shared at a event. Here’s my story.
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Bayer Crop Science May 15
With the help of and hybrid seeds, farmers everywhere can better feed their communities.​
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Bayer Crop Science May 15
that the lack of capacity in medical entomology is one of the main challenges in eliminating vector-borne disease? Find out how we support young entomological expertise in to .
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Bayer Crop Science May 15
are vulnerable to many existential threats. Empowering them to reach their farming potential and foster reliable growth for their businesses, communities and livelihoods is what we see us our purpose.
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Bayer Crop Science May 14
is an agreement between us and the planet. As we act, we know we must respect that agreement. By teaming up with and reinstating our approach and vision, we strive to be part of the solution. Let’s build our future, together.
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CropLife International May 14
How we manage farming and food systems is pivotal to the future of . We need a system-wide approach encouraging & technology that helps maintain biodiversity
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Bayer Crop Science May 14
After acting as a Professor-for-a-Day at his alma mater, , , Chief Operating Officer at , identified 5 skills every student and young professional needs to success in any organization. Read his latest LinkedIn for more:
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Bayer Crop Science May 14
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If you'd like to learn more here's short video link showing comparisons of these practices:
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