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Bayer CropScience

Bayer CropScience is  one of the world's leading innovative cropscience companies in the area of crop protection, non agricultural pest-control, seeds and plant biotechnology. They strive to build long term, consistent, predictable and mutually beneficial partnerships with our customers and stakeholders, and aim to generate value through innovation.

Crop Protection Facts

Manufacturers have made tremendous advances in modern-day crop protection products. Today we have many highly targeted products that only affect specific pests. In addition to safer products that dissipate in the environment more quickly, today we use these products in much lower rates because they are much more targeted and effective.

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CropLife America Network

CropLife America's success is reliant upon its network of affiliated organizations - locally, regionally, and abroad. Learn more about other organizations in the crop protection industry, and their role with CropLife America.

 

CropLife Foundation

The CropLife Foundation is a non-advocacy research and education non-profit created in 2001 to promote and advance sustainable agriculture and the environmentally sound use of crop protection products and bioengineered agriculture. More...

Global Network

CropLife America is included in a network of 8 associations around the world. Links to their websites can be found within. More...

CropLife America's State Partners

CropLife America's state partners play an important role in the crop protection industry. Within is a list of our state partners websites. More...

CropLife America's Regional Partners

Associations representing several regions across the United States partner with CropLife America to help feed a hugry world. More...

Affiliated Agriculture Organizations

CropLife America works with organizations across the country to promote the benefits of modern agriculture. More...

Allied Scientific Organizations

CropLife America works with scientific organizations across the country to promote the benefits of modern agriculture. More...

 

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