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Farmers set to benefit from technology license agreement between Bayer and Yara

 OSLO, Norway: Bayer and Yara International ASA (Yara) have entered into a software collaboration and technology license agreement to provide farmers worldwide with digital farming tools that help increase farm productivity, profitability and sustainability. The purpose is...
Posted On 23 Feb 2017
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Exclusive Design for Nursery Management

BOSKOOP, The Netherlands: A new and exclusive digging machine from Gerven has been specially designed for Boskoop based Rijnbeek & Son. Delivery was taken earlier this month for immediate work on bareroot lifting. Arno Rijnbeek takes up the story. “We have a digging...
Posted On 12 Dec 2016
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Bayer and the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences collaborate to improve wheat yields

MONHEIM, Germany:  Bayer and the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS) have signed a research collaboration agreement focused on improving wheat yields. Working together and building on their respective innovation expertise, the two parties plan to enhance...
Posted On 19 Oct 2016
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Bayer completes sale of Bayer Garden and Bayer Advanced businesses to SBM

MONHEIM, Germany: Bayer today announced the completion of the sale of the Consumer business from Environmental Science, a business unit of the Crop Science division, to SBM. The Consumer business encompasses the Bayer Garden and Bayer Advanced businesses in Europe and North...
Posted On 05 Oct 2016
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Tips on how to control your greenhouse temperature and radiation

VLAARDINGEN, The Netherlands: During summer the control of greenhouse climates requires a different strategy to avoid plant stress for example, caused by an increase in temperature and radiation. Hoogendoorn, a leading supplier of climate and automation solutions in...
Posted On 08 Aug 2016
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Yara reports weaker fourth-quarter results reflecting lower margins and deliveries

OSLO, Norway: Yara International ASA delivered weaker fourth-quarter results compared with a year earlier, with EBITDA excluding special items 24% lower. Positive currency and energy gains were more than offset by lower sales volumes and declining prices in the quarter....
Posted On 11 Feb 2016
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