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Dow AgroSciences LLC

Based in Indianapolis, Indiana, Dow AgroSciences provides innovative technologies for crop protection, pest and vegetation management, seeds, traits, and agricultural biotechnology to serve the world's growing population

The CropLife Network

CropLife Africa Middle East

CropLife Africa Middle East, a member of CropLife International, represents the plant science industry and a network of national associations in 30 countries in Africa and the Middle East. The "Plant Science Industry" includes manufacturers and distributors of crop protection products (pesticides) seeds and biotechnology products.

Crop Protection Facts

Crop protection products comprise a wide range of goods for both professional and home applications, including insecticides, fungicides, herbicides, sanitizers, growth regulators, rodenticides, and soil fumigants that help control insects, diseases, weeds, fungi and other undesirable pests that would otherwise threaten our food supply.

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The Borlaug CAST Communication Award

The Borlaug CAST Communication Award is dedicated to Dr. Norman Borlaug, author of the first CAST publication in 1973, and to Dr. Charles A. Black, the first President and Executive Vice President of CAST. These two men embody the passion and dedication to agricultural research and technology that this award is designed to reward.

2011 Borlaug Cast Communication Award Winner Announced

The Council for Agricultural Science and Technology announces Catherine Bertini as the winner of the prestigious 2011 Borlaug CAST Communication Award. Bertini, a respected leader who has communicated the importance of agriculture and science through numerous humanitarian programs, serves as a professor of public administration at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University, a senior fellow in agricultural development at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and a cochair of the Global Agricultural Development Initiative. 

This year's award is sponsored by the CropLife Foundation, an organization dedicated to science-based research and discovery in modern agriculture.

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