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Bayer CropScience Looks to the Future of Farming at 2013 Farm Progress Show
Date:8/29/2013

n early next year and will focus on Integrated Pest Management and the multiple factors impacting the health of honey bees. It is the second established by the company to promote bee health. In 2012, a global Bayer Bee Care Center was established at the joint headquarters campus of Bayer CropScience and Bayer Animal Health in Monheim, Germany.

  •     The company recently purchased nearly 70 acres near its campus in Research Triangle Park to allow for future expansion.
  • Bayer executives also shared examples of Bayer CropScience innovation, including:

    •     New soybean trait Balance® GT, which is tolerant to both glyphosate and to Balance® Bean, an isoxaflutole-based herbicide. This double herbicide-tolerant trait stack is packed in high-yielding elite genetics for premium performance.
    •     Weed management tools—for example Liberty Link® with Liberty® herbicide, an innovation in traits across a variety of crops such as canola, cotton, corn and soybeans?allow growers to manage weed pressures with the varieties that fit their growing conditions.
    •     Poncho®/VOTiVO® seed treatment, which combines an insecticide and a biological mode of action with a unique bacteria strain that lives and grows with young roots to protect soybeans and other crops.
    •     Fully-automated seed treatment system On Demand™ and the opening of 10 global SeedGrowth™ centers to support and train seed treaters on, for example, how to achieve exact treatment dosages and reduce dust abrasion with coatings.

    They also discussed flagship brands, such as Corvus® pre-emergence corn herbicide, which provides consistent one-pass grass and broadle
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