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Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Neonicotinoid field study does not find consistent effects on pollinators

• Field study delivers inconsistent results, highlighting the need to appropriately consider colony strength and environmental conditions.

• Study confirms neither bumble bee queen nor solitary bee egg cell production are “directly affected by the seed treatments”.

• Bayer remains convinced that neonicotinoid seed treatments for oilseed rape have no short- or long-term negative effects on bees and that these seed treatments are a useful and effective tool for farmers. » more

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Fungicide Resistance Management Fact Sheet

IMPORTANT TOOLS FOR PREVENTING AND MANAGING PLANT DISEASE.

Certain species of fungi can become resistant to fungicides.
This not only diminishes the fungicide’s long-term effectiveness, but can reduce the amount of food brought to market. » more

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

DINK ANDERS OOR ONKRUID

"Om onkruid suksesvol te beveg, moet die landboubedryf besef die gereedskap wat tans in sy kis is, moet baie oordeelkundiger gebruik word. Nuwe meganismes van werking gaan nie binne die volgende tien jaar die lig sien nie'." » more

Friday, August 18, 2017

Potato South Africa’s Research Symposium

Bayer recently supported Potato South Africa’s Research Symposium and hosted the Awards evening where recognition was given to those individuals and potato workgroups for exceptional work completed. » more

Bee Care

Honey bees (and other pollinators) play an essential role in the pollination of a large number of flowering plants and food crops throughout the world. Although the global number of bee colonies has increased by approximately 45% over the last half century, the decline in some countries in Europe and North America over recent years is concerning. As a company with many years of experience in both animal health adn crop protection, Bayer has set up a Bee Care Program as part of its commitment to bee health. » Go to Bee Care Website

Farming’s Future

Farming's Future presents solutions for a better life through sustainable agriculture in a new and innovative format: its contents will be available online and on the Crop Science social media channels and also as a free app. The magazine takes you on a fascinating journey of discovery through the world of agriculture. Leading international experts give an insight into their ideas and share their views on aspects picked up in the respective issue.» Go to Farming's Future Website

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