Stefan Dreyer (left) works on Ambrosia Citrus Estate, a citrus farm near the Kruger National Park. He and Riaan Maartens from Bayer CropScience are delighted by the high-quality fruit harvested on the farm.
With a global production of about 650 million tons p.a., wheat is one of the key food crops. Farmer Neels Neethling (left) and his employee Tol Kaptein inspecting the quality of the wheat growing on his 4,500 hectares of land at Malmesbury, South Africa.
José Uribe Estrada and his employee Raul Hernandez Zavala (left) surveying the broccoli harvest at the farm Sanabria, Valle de Santiago, Mexico. With the Food Chain Partnership project in Mexico, Bayer CropScience helps to boost a sustainable vegetable production.
Udo Feuser (left) and Ralf Scheer in the multi-purpose plant at the Dormagen site. Offering high flexibility in the production of crop protection active substances and precursors, the multi-purpose plant is an integral part of the manufacturing network of Bayer CropScience.