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Bayer continues to focus on creating innovative crop solutions to help famers control existing crop threats, get ahead of emerging ones and ensure we are offering a diverse set of products, from Seed to Harvest.
From seed to harvest, Bayer is your trusted source for whole farm, tailored crop solutions.
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Prosaro® PRO—a new standard in foliar fungicide
Exceptional protection in high disease situations. Max out ROI with Prosaro PRO.
Proline® GOLD offers superior protection against sclerotinia.
Two modes of action work in synergy to provide exceptional yields and excellent disease protection.
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2021 Crop Production Guide
All the information you need on Bayer crop protection products for 2021.
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2021 Seed Guide
You get about 40 chances to achieve your best yield yet. So make the most of them with DEKALB.
Fungicide DST Map
Find out why it pays to spray! For over a decade, we’ve conducted hundreds of field-scale trials that show the power of our Fungicide portfolio.
Bayer's customized herbicide solutions for control and supression of common grass and broadleaf weeds in cereals.
Herbicide effectiveness can be reduced, and crop injury can occur under challenging weather conditions like drought, cold temperatures, heat, or heavy rain.
Wet conditions, below-average temperatures, soil conditions, disease, insects, and herbicide injury can put stress on corn germination and emerging seedlings causing concern about reduced corn stands.
Corn has two distinct phases of growth: vegetative and reproductive. Vegetative stages are identified by the number of collars present on the plant.
Advances in corn product genetics combined with changes in agronomic practices have resulted in substantial increases in corn yields over the past century.
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