Bayer CropScience sees positive long-term market development in North America and is committing significant resources to spur the additional growth.
The company sees future growth driven by increasing and sustained demand from customers for improved seeds and innovative crop protection products.
Bayer CropScience seeks to better leverage its full research and development capabilities by consolidating and expanding its global research and development organization, including a new site in West Sacramento, Calif. which opened in early September....More
Sept. 2 was a great day for California agriculture and a major migraine headache producer for the anti-pesticide crowd.
The California Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) announced that once again that the vast majority of produce the public agency tested in 2013 had little or no detectable pesticide residues and…posed no health risks to the public.
Let’s relish those last seven words – “posed no health risks to the public” – magic words in farm speak....More
Within the next decade, the results of traditional and laboratory research could begin to remove one of the most ferocious disease threats to California’s grape industry - Pierce’s disease - vectored by the glassy-winged sharpshooter (GWSS) pest.
“We are almost there in bringing to market the first round of solutions for the Pierce’s disease problem,” said Robert Wynn, statewide coordinator for the Pierce’s Disease Control Program administered by the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA)....More