This month’s AgVocacy Forum – led by Bayer – will discuss all things sustainable agriculture.
The Bayer AgVocacy Forum takes place on 25 and 26 February in California. It will bring together stakeholders united in their desire to develop farming systems robust enough to feed a rapidly growing global population.
“When we started these forums 13 years ago, we could not have imagined the technology growers can access today. And we are only seeing the beginning of this transformative innovation,” said Adrian Percy, Head of Research & Development and Executive Committee Member for Crop Science, a division of Bayer. “To maintain this momentum, we must reach beyond our own doors and tap into the range of new technologies that not just agriculture but also other industries, such as engineering and IT, are developing. These new solutions will help growers improve their business as they sustainably meet the food demands of a growing population at a time when our natural resources are more precious than ever.”
— Bayer | Crop Science (@Bayer4Crops) February 21, 2018