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  • Caption: The contribution Bayer can make to reducing world hunger and poverty is to help farmers to sustainably increase productivity and earn more income.
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    Caption: Bayer researcher examining young grape-vine after fungicidal treatment in a crop protection lab at the headquarters of the Crop Science division of Bayer in Monheim am Rhein, Germany.
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    Caption: Scientists from Bayer are working on innovative solutions to farmers that help them tackle tough agronomic challenges and become more productive and profitable.
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    Caption: Together with its customers, Bayer is working on increasing food production sustainably while helping to preserve the environment and mitigating the impact of climate change.
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    Caption: Farmer inspecting the health condition of a corn plant.
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    Caption: Bayer supports farmers worldwide in choosing the most suitable seeds and innovative crop protection solutions.
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    Caption: Many Brazilian coffee farmers participate in Bayer’s training programs, which provide technical advice and educational development and help the growers to achieve high-quality harvests.
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    Caption: The GPS data are transmitted to the systems in the tractors that work the fields.
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    Caption: The drone’s camera delivers high-resolution images from every corner of the soy fields and optimises plant cultivation.
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    Caption: Digital map showing the condition and productivity of farmland.
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    Caption: Bayer‘s international ‘Food Chain Partnership’ projects support producers, exporters, traders and processors worldwide in their efforts to supply the consumer a wide range of high-quality harvests like e.g. rice.’ The photo shows a Bayer manager in Bhopal, India checking freshly harvested rice.
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    Caption: Year after year, many eyes focus on the harvest of corn: In some regions, corn is an important staple food. In many other regions, it forms the backbone for feeding lives...
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    Caption: Farmer checking the quality of oilseed rape after harvest.
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    Caption: Plant samples are prepared in the lab for the conduction of further tests.
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    Caption: During the exploration of hybrid canola researchers prevent the self-pollination of canola flowers by removing the stamens.
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    Caption: Brazilian farmers examining zucchini seedlings before planting.
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    Caption: Safeguarding future food supply is one of the key tasks modern agriculture ha to fulfil: The world population is rising and will be about 10 billion people until the year 2050.
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    Caption: Farm worker with tablet in a field: The networked digital farm of the future is already making agriculture more efficient and sustainable.
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    Caption: Preserving bees and other beneficial insects is an important element of the Integrated Crop Management. Our photo shows a honey bee pollinating a rape flower.
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