Within its agricultural education program Bayer supports young scientists like Nikola Mijailovic and Anna Zimmermann (from left to right).
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Novel immunostimulants offer veterinarians a non-antibiotic option to treat bovine respiratory disease, the most devastating disease affecting the cattle population.
Citrus grower David Evans (left) inspects the damage to a grove in Florida together with Dr. Dennis Warkentin from Bayer. Due to the disease Citrus Greening global orange production has declined by 15 percent in the past 5 years.
Within its Coffee Grower Club Bayer shares its know-how on sustainable coffee cultivation techniques and provides training.
Bayer agronomist Rolf Schmidt uses the data of Digital Farming System in a German oilseed rape field.
Bayer ForwardFarmer Bernd Olligs and Belinda Giesen-Druse from Bayer are working hand in hand on implementing sustainable agricultural practices.
Bayer researchers Harry Strek and Bodo Peters (from left) are discussing weed problems in a field.
Bayer offers tailor-made solutions for farmers around the world. Grower Joop Vedelaar and Simon Jensma, Technical Advisor at Bayer (from left to right), consulting in a potato field.
Scientists at research station Goiás checking the development of soy plants (Rio Verde, Goiás, Brazil).
Computational Life Science: Geert De Meyer and Dr. Kathrin Hatz (from left to right) use sophisticated mathematical modeling to optimize plant breeding.