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Lab technician Giuseppina Malburg controls ripe cotton in a greenhouse chamber of the research laboratory.
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Petri dishes with treated seeds (wheat, sugar beets, peas)
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Biology lab assistant Wolfgang Bucher from the department of Research Biology Fungicides displaying treated seeds
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Jorge Marin Ruiz from Almeria, Spain harvests tomatoes. Nunhems researchers have bred a natural resistance to viruses into the tomato.
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According to figures of the World Health Organization (WHO), about 3.3 billion people – half of the world´s population – are at risk of malaria. Mosquito nets are a crucial tool to combat the disease.
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Nkonko Mutamba and Tony Salcido (from left) collect agronomic performance data in an Arizona cotton production field.
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Bayer employee Tang Zhong Liang and farmer Qin Kai survey tomato plants at a field in the province Guilin in South China
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Corn field in South Africa: Curtis Troubert, Bayer sales manager in dialogue with the farmer Stefan Ferreira (from left to right)
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Dr. Richard James, CSIRO, surveys freshly harvested wheat plants in a greenhouse of CSIRO, Canberra, Australia.
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Consultation in a oilseed rape field (Neubrandenburg, Germany)
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With about 25 percent of the global agricultural land under wheat cultivation, wheat is the largest cereal crop in terms of acreage and one of the world’s most important staple foods.
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Jayme Williams harvesting soybeans from a greenhouse experiment.
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Greenhouse in Nunhems: Dr. Jan van den Berg (left) and Paul Degreef examine a new tomato variety.
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Fermin Vaca, Operations Manager at MarBran, one of the biggest broccoli export companies in the world, works together with Bayer CropScience experts for highest quality standards.
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A technical assistant at the European Wheat Breeding Center in Gatersleben, Germany, inspects the grain filling of an ear of wheat.
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The Monheim campus: view of the illuminated greenhouses of the Department Fungicides
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Peter Keunen harvesting new chili varieties at the greenhouse of Nunhems, Netherlands.
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