Bayer CropScience

The aim is to be able to produce enough food, feed, fiber and renewable raw materials for a growing world population on the limited land available. This is one goal of the Crop Science Division, which has businesses in crop protection, seeds and nonagricultural applications. Crop Protection and Seeds Crop protection products should act selectively in the smallest possible amounts and then quickly decompose into neutral substances. Modern insecticides control insect pests while sparing pollinators and other beneficial insects. Herbicides selectively suppress weeds without harming the crop. And many fungicides serve to make plants more resistant to microscopic pathogens. In their search for new active ingredients, our researchers are increasingly guided by nature’s strategies. Bayer is adding a growing number of biological crop protection products to its extensive range alongside sophisticated chemicals. Our seeds are adapted to local soil and climatic conditions and give high yields. When breeding new varieties, we also take into account consumer requirements, such as the flavor of vegetables. Whether their work focuses on rice, vegetables, cotton or oilseed rape / canola, our research centers worldwide always have the same goals: to protect harvests from diseases, insect pests and encroaching weeds and to improve plant health, thus increasing yields and improving crop quality. We have expanded our research activities to include two new core crops – wheat and soybeans. To build a leading wheat seed business with high-yielding, robust varieties, we operate breeding stations in the wheatgrowing regions of Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Ukraine and the United States.
Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
Bayer
HQ
Monheim Am Rhein, DE
Founded
2002
Bayer CropScience was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Monheim am Rhein, DE

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Bayer CropScience has an office in Monheim am Rhein
Monheim am Rhein, DE (HQ)
50 Alfred-Nobel-Straße

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2002
Bayer CropScience is a subsidiary of Bayer

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Bayer won't fight EPA ban on pesticide

Bayer CropScience will give up its fight with federal regulators over their ban of a pesticide commonly used on almonds, alfalfa, tomatoes and other California crops. The company said in a statement Wednesday that it was too risky to take its case to a federal appeals court or to reapply for app…

Bayer Considers Letting Go of the Monsanto Name

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