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Read the latest news from Bayer CropScience Australia.



New moves against black oats keep odds in growers’ favour

Combating black oats has been a constant chess game for northern New South Wales and southern Queensland croppers, however, some new moves in recent times, including using different chemistry groups of knockdown and residual herbicides, are at least keeping the odds in growers’ favour.

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Cultivate On Air

Download and listen to three stories from the latest edition of Cultivate Magazine

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New tools help YP growers keep pressure on grasses

Extending cereal cropping rotations and adopting a new pre-emergent herbicide option in lentils, in conjunction with employing other management strategies, is set to further help Yorke Peninsula growers to drive down grass weed numbers.

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Australian orchardists learn from New Zealand counterparts with Luna® Sensation Fungicide

Six Australian growers win educational tour to New Zealand thanks to Bayer

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Multi-pronged approach meets weed challenges at Parkes

Every farming generation faces some key challenges during their chapter on the land and for Parkes grower Craig Ward, one of them has come in the form of weed management, enhanced by a switch to a continuous cropping operation back in 2006.

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Lucerne ‘enemy’ back under control at Coolah

When your main farming enterprise starts to be threatened by one of its biggest “enemies’’ and conventional solutions are no longer achieving desired results, productivity can start to slip.

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Strong trials investment benefits YP growers

Continued strong investment in crop trials allows YP AG an early insight into new solutions for the region’s growers.

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Almond grower, Tim Preusker reflects on Luna NZ trip.

Tim Preusker, an almond grower from Renmark in South Australia, found out about the Luna NZ trip at a local grower meeting held by Bayer TSM Darren Alexander in collaboration with Renmark Platinum Ag.

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Cameron Forrest of IK Caldwell discusses Luna NZ tour

There was much to see and learn on the Luna tour of New Zealand.

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Lucky growers get up close with Kiwi horticulture

Avocadoes, kiwi fruit, onions and of course the inevitable sheep all featured on the itinerary for a group of lucky orchardists who won a trip to New Zealand, thanks to their interest in Luna® Sensation fungicide

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Balle Brothers lead next generation into industry

Getting potatoes from the paddock to the packet as chips was just one aspect of a South Auckland horticultural business to impress Australian growers paying a visit at the height of harvest.

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Unique canola reaps extra 0.5 t/ha after strong winds

There’s nothing like a 100-kilometre per hour wind just days before harvest to test a unique pod shatter reduction trait in canola – and that’s exactly what occurred during a trial of the technology last season on George and Barbara Burdett’s property at Witkliffe, near Lake Bolac.

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Key inputs lift crop yields at Minlaton

Four key cropping inputs are contributing to yield gains of around 1 tonne per hectare for some Minlaton farmers, according to local Landmark Agronomist Sam Davies.

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Youth Ag-Summit honoured in Asia-Pacific Excellence Awards

Youth Ag-Summit: Inspiring young leaders in agriculture takes top spot in Asia Pacific regional awards for event & experiential marketing

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Bayer and the Grains Research & Development Corporation celebrate launch of Herbicide Innovation Partnership

Australian delegation visits Bayer’s global Competence Center for Weed Control

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New technologies, careful rotation helps meet Meningie challenges

Farming soils that can change within the width of a seeder can throw up some challenges, particularly with disease and weed control, but use of newer input technologies and careful crop and chemical rotation are helping the Eckerts at Meningie to remain ahead of the game.

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High weed pressures come under control at Hillston

When you grow wheat on a property for 14 out of 15 years, you are bound to meet some weed control challenges and this has been the case for Allan Hutchison at Hillston.

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New lentil herbicide option to deliver multiple benefits

One of Australia’s leading pre-emergent herbicides in wheat is now registered for use in lentil crops, offering growers improved weed control and management of resistant weeds, as well as helping to extend the life of other existing herbicides.

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Bayer Australia Welcomes Innovation Statement

Tobias Marchand, the CEO of Bayer Australia, warmly welcomes the statement on innovation announced by Prime Minister Turnbull and Minister Pyne.

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Keeping life-saving clinic on the road

Bayer funds new support vehicles to help overcome the challenge of distance, taking specialist cardiovascular care to regional communities

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Costly hull rot in the sights of Bayer CropScience

As an almond grower, and chair of the Almond Board of Australia, Neale Bennett is in as good a position as any to judge the impact of hull rot on his industry. Mr Bennett, who farms in the Sunraysia region near Mildura, says the damage caused by the disease cannot be understated.

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Movento takes pest control to new level for wine industry

Viticulturists across Australia have a new tool at their disposal to tackle serious pests following the recent registration of Movento® 240 SC Insecticide for wine grapes.

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Young leaders at UN conference play an active role in food security

At the United Nations Committee on World Food Security (UN CFS) in Rome, Australian Laura Grubb and Kenyan Samba Ouma Zablon, two young delegates from Bayer CropScience’s Youth-Ag Summit, were given a platform to present the “Canberra Youth Ag-Declaration”. A group of 100 young, passionate ambassadors from 33 countries developed this declaration while discussing modern, sustainable agriculture during the August Summit in Australia.

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Fallow weed control option aids resistance management

With herbicide resistance becoming an increasing concern, growers are being urged to look at alternatives to glyphosate for fallow weed control.

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Effective weed management in the Riverina

The constant pressure of rising water costs and unpredictable allocations means to be a successful farmer in the Riverina district of New South Wales, flexibility is a must.

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Movento® Energy Years in the Making

While banana growers are now able to put the new insecticide Movento® Energy to work, for Bayer CropScience Senior Development Specialist Darren Westerhuis, the launch of the product is a culmination of seven years’ work.

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Tomorrow’s agriculture leaders finalise declaration for United Nations Committee on World Food Security

Young agriculture leaders from across the world have created the Canberra Youth Ag-Declaration, a global call for action to help solve the pressing issues facing modern agriculture and food security.

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Youth Ag Summit Day 4

From learning what it takes to become an Olympic gold medallist, to finding out how to start an inspiring global movement, the Youth Ag Summit was all about Leadership on the morning of Day 4.

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Movento® Energy Delivers Multiple Benefits to Australian Banana Growers

Mite management in bananas is a significant issue for growers in north Queensland, so when Innisfail agronomist Dave Doolan heard about the new Bayer CropScience insecticide Movento® Energy, he was understandably excited.

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Youth Ag Summit Day 3

Innovation took centre stage on Day 3 of the Youth Ag Summit, as delegates hit the road on a trip to the CSIRO Ginninderra field research station near Canberra.

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Youth Ag Summit Day 2

Global mega-trends in agriculture were the focus of the morning of Day 2 of the 2015 Youth Ag Summit – and with 100 delegates from 33 countries the discussion was, not surprisingly, wide-ranging.

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Youth Ag Summit Day 1

This extraordinary event brings together 100 delegates from 33 countries, with a simple, common goal – Feeding a Hungry Planet.

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Movento® Energy the complete package for Australian banana growers

With better control of significant banana pests, increased flexibility of use and possibly even a yield benefit, Movento® Energy is the most significant development in the banana industry in recent years.

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Movento® Energy Brings Flexibility For Growers

There’s nothing quite like first hand experience to assess a new product, and far north Queensland agronomist Tim Heath knows it’s more important in his game than almost any other.

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Movento® Energy Passes The Toughest Of Tests

In a style typical of the no-nonsense approach of farmers, when Howe Farming was asked to trial the new Bayer CropScience insecticide Movento® Energy, they selected one of the toughest areas they could find.

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Sneak preview of the 2015 Global Youth Ag-Summit Program

With just under six weeks to go before the Global Youth Ag-Summit takes place in Canberra, Australia Bayer CropScience in partnership with Future Farmers Network (FFN) Australia are excited to announce the program for the 2015 Summit from the 24-28 August.

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Movento® Energy a game-changer for MacKays

As director of Tully-based MacKay’s Farming in north Queensland, Stephen MacKay has seen plenty in his farming career.

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Bayer CropScience Head of New Business Development awarded AUSVEG Industry Leader honour

Richard Dickmann, Head of New Business Development at Bayer CropScience has been awarded the prestigious Industry Leader Award at the 2015 AUSVEG National Awards for Excellence.

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Disease a challenge for croppers on Lower Eyre Peninsula

Managing disease goes hand-in-hand with cropping in the higher rainfall, cooler conditions of the Lower Eyre Peninsula in South Australia, with vigilance required for problems like blackleg in canola to prevent significant potential losses.

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Growers armed to meet broadleaf weed challenge

Crop rotation changes and developing herbicide resistance has caused in-crop broadleaf weed control challenges for various grain growers, however newer chemistry is protecting yields by up to 1.5 tonnes per hectare and its safety and compatibility is also allowing application savings.

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New joint initiative to combat metabolic resistant ryegrass

On the heels of its $45 million partnership with the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) to develop weed control solutions for farmers, Bayer CropScience has today announced it is joining forces with The University of Western Australia (UWA) to combat herbicide resistant annual ryegrass.

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Nature Outlook recognizes worldwide importance of bees as pollinators

Bayer promotes open dialogue on bee health

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Bayer CropScience and the Grains Research & Development Corporation team up to discover innovative weed control solutions

Boosting innovation capacities in weed control research

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2015 Youth Ag-Summit partners announced

Future Farmers Network Australia together with Bayer CropScience, welcomes the support of ACIAR, Coles, CSIRO, Dairy Australia, GRDC and WWF as partners of the 2015 Youth Ag-Summit.

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Youth Ag-Summit participants selected

100 young leaders to meet in Australia

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Bayer CropScience launches global web video competition for farmers

YouFarm International to raise global awareness and appreciation for modern agriculture

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Bayer CropScience commits to cane innovation

Bayer CropScience has reinforced a strong commitment to Australian sugarcane innovation and sustainable production, announcing ongoing support to Project Catalyst Australia at the annual Growers Forum in Townsville.

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Bayer CropScience acquires certain DuPont Crop Protection Land Management business assets

Bayer CropScience and DuPont announced today the signing of an agreement for Bayer to purchase certain DuPont Crop Protection Land Management assets in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Australia and New Zealand.

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Youth Ag-Summit to be held in Australia in 2015

Bayer CropScience together with Future Farmers Network Australia (FFN) will host the second Youth Ag-Summit in Canberra on August 24th to 28th, 2015.

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Bayer CropScience’s breeding centre recognised by Australian Business Awards

Bayer CropScience was this week selected as a winner for the Australian Business Awards in the Community Contribution category.

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New Product Manager at Bayer CropScience

Andrew Gourlay joins Bayer CropScience as Product Manager – SeedGrowth

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Bayer CropScience celebrates 100 years of innovation in seed treatment

Company targets further sales growth with innovative products

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Weed Management Practices: Diversity can’t wait

Bayer CropScience is helping growers manage herbicide resistance with the launch of their new Diversity Can’t Wait website

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Joint winners awarded AUSVEG Researcher of the Year

Prof Salah Sukkarieh and Brenda Coutts, were announced joint winners of the AUSVEG Researcher of the Year Award sponsored by Bayer CropScience at last weekend’s National Awards for Excellence in Cairns.

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Combating canola disease pays off at Goombargana

When faced with a relatively unfamiliar disease in his canola crop last season, southern NSW grower Adrian Everitt hesitated at the cost of treatment, however, he says the results of spraying mean it will now become a regular part of management.

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Global Expert Presents Bayer Sustainability Radar at AUSVEG

Bayer CropScience Senior Key Relation Manager, Global Food Chain Management, Christine Brunel-Ligneau addressed AUSVEG National Convention delegates.

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Bayer celebrates Strawberry industry finest

Bayer CropScience joined the Queensland Strawberry Association to celebrate the launch of the strawberry season at the 2014 Annual Strawberry Conference Dinner on the Sunshine Coast earlier this month.

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Chemical rotation beats radish challenge in Lower North

Acquiring additional land can often throw up the odd new challenge for farmers and so it has proved for Lower North grain grower Mark Branson.

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Research urges Wimmera, Mallee growers to adopt newer broadleaf herbicides

Research into wild radish control through the Wimmera and Mallee regions suggests growers should adopt new chemical modes of action into their broadleaf weed management programs that offer much better control than currently used herbicides.

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New visual identity for Nunhems as Bayer CropScience Vegetable Seeds

A new look, the same global specialist

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New short season, hybrid canola a late sowing option

If a late canola sowing option appeals to growers, adding vital flexibility to cropping program operations, it could now be on the agenda following the excellent performance of a new shorter season, hybrid variety in a large-scale demonstration near Bolgart in Western Australia.

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Murtoa grower finds solution for 'forgotten' crop disease

Having achieved limited success against the debilitating effects of rhizoctonia root rot on crop growth over many years on his property, Murtoa grower Bernie Delahunty had largely forgotten to worry about it.

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Bayer CropScience appoints new Horticulture Portfolio Manager

Anthony De Monte announced as new Horticulture and Summer Crops Portfolio Manager

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Strong first stage results for Bayer CropScience at Dirt to $ Cropping Challenge

Bayer CropScience was awarded the highest wheat yield, highest gross margin and best grain marketing for its participation in the Dirt to $ Cropping Challenge.

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Breeding a better future for Aussie agriculture

Bayer CropScience today opened its Wheat & Oilseeds Breeding Centre near Horsham, Victoria confirming an essential partnership between science and agriculture for the future success of our farmers.

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Bayer places in BRW’s Most Innovative Companies list 2013

Bayer ranks #41 in BRW’s Most Innovative Companies in Australia

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Bayer expands Seeds Team with two new appointments

Bayer is expanding its Seeds Team with new hires Dr Parmjit Randhawa, Field Agronomist and Renee Moar, Wheat Breeding Technical Officer at Horsham.

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Brumby 480 SC Fungicide registered for use in peanut crops

Powerful new fungicide for peanut growers to control early and late leaf spot and peanut rust diseases

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Bayer gains membership of Horticulture Australia Limited

In conjunction with Horticulture Australia Limited’s (HAL) annual general meeting, HAL and Bayer announced that Bayer has become a C-Class member of HAL.

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Science Education Essential To Addressing Future Challenges

With reports showing a national shortage of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) skills among school leavers[i] there is concern being voiced for the future of scientific discovery and innovation. This was the topic at the launch of Bayer’s ‘Science For A Better Life’ exhibition at the Hordern Pavilion in Sydney this week.

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Bayer surpasses fundraising goal in Henty

Team members from Bayer shaved and dyed 126 heads to raise awareness and funds for the Leukaemia Foundation’s ‘World’s Greatest Shave’ cause at the Henty Machinery Field Days last week.

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Bayer CropScience steps up investment plans: EUR 2.4 billion earmarked for capacity expansion between 2013 and 2016

Production of key active ingredients to increase substantially / On track to grow sales towards EUR 10 billion in 2015

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Local agricultural youth help identify global solutions

Six young Australians have returned from the Global Youth Ag Summit in Calgary, Canada where they discussed potential agricultural solutions for feeding a hungry planet.

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Four young Australians set off to Canada for Global Youth Ag Summit

Four Australian agricultural youth who won an essay competition are heading to Calgary, Canada next week to participate in the Global Youth Ag Summit.

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Bayer’s Canola family is growing

Bayer CropScience is expanding its Golden Age of Canola products with IH30RR a new shorter season Roundup Ready® hybrid canola. Bayer’s first Australian Roundup Ready hybrid canola was IH50RR, and was released last year.

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World’s Greatest Shave at Henty Machinery Field Days

To celebrate Bayer’s 150th anniversary, Bayer CropScience is contributing $50 per shaved head at the Henty Machinery Field Days from 17 to 19 September 2013 as part of the Leukaemia Foundation’s “World’s Greatest Shave” fundraising initiative.

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Bayer CropScience faring well in DIRT to $ cropping competition

Bayer CropScience has entered a team into the DIRT to $ Cropping Challenge held in Western Australia. Last week, teams competing in the challenge attended the first field walk to assess their crops and compare their position against other teams.

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Warra local wins Cotton Industry Award

Sophie Gulliver wins Bayer CropScience’s Chris Lehmann Trust Young Achiever of the Year Award

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Eastern wheatbelt farmers focusing forward

Farmers and agribusiness from the eastern wheatbelt will visit Victoria this week to collect ideas from other industries that have undergone major change caused by climate variability and market deregulation.

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Dr Kathy Ophel Keller wins AUSVEG Researcher of the Year Award

Dr Kathy Ophel Keller, Research Chief, Sustainable Systems Division at the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI), was awarded the Researcher of the Year Award sponsored by Bayer CropScience at the recent AUSVEG National Convention on the Gold Coast.

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Bayer Foundation Scholarships – EUR 200,000 for Work and Study Abroad

Applications for the scholarship programs of the Bayer Science & Education Foundation can now be submitted once again.

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Finalists Announced for National Cotton Industry Awards at Australian Cotton Trade Show

Three finalists were announced for the prestigious Chris Lehmann Trust Young Achiever of the Year Award 2013, sponsored by Bayer CropScience at the recent Australian Cotton Trade Show held at Moree Tafe’s Agriculture Skills Centre.

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Sugar Advisor Masterclasses

BSES and Bayer CropScience upskill sugar advisors in Tully, Airlie Beach and Bundaberg

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Bayer takes leading role in Blueprint for Agriculture

Some 100 key industry leaders from 70 organisations across the agricultural sector and its supply chain met in Canberra on Friday May 24 to discuss how to drive forward the sector’s Blueprint for Australian Agriculture.

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Growers invited to Australian Cotton Trade Show

The Australian Cotton Trade Show will be held at Moree Tafe’s Agriculture Skills Centre from May 29 – 30

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Agriculture sector unites to drive Blueprint forward

This Friday, over 90 key leaders from across Australia’s agriculture sector and its supply chain will gather in Canberra for the first in a series of Blueprint for Australian Agriculture forums since the document’s launch, designed to drive forward the findings of the Blueprint.

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Bayer CropScience celebrates strawberry excellence

Bayer CropScience was a sponsor of the Queensland Strawberry Growers Association 2013 Annual Strawberry Conference Dinner at Caloundra on the Sunshine Coast this month to celebrate the launch of the season.

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Bayer CropScience hosts canola disease management road shows in Hillarys

Bayer CropScience recently hosted a road show in Hillarys to explore options for disease protection and management of blackleg and sclerotinia in canola.

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Bayer CropScience hosts canola disease management road shows in the Barossa Valley

Bayer CropScience recently hosted a canola fungal disease road show in the Barossa Valley to explore options for disease protection and management of blackleg and sclerotinia in canola.

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New Talent Joins Bayer

Kyleigh Black joins Bayer CropScience as Territory Sales Manager in New South Wales

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Efficiencies come from herbicide convenience

Tim Harris has a busy life running a farm at Miepoll along with a grain contracting and trucking business. It’s the sort of hectic schedule that Elders Agronomist, David Sutton, thought he could make more straightforward with a Sakura® recommendation.

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Great ryegrass result despite the season

Adam Kelly who farms west of Lake Boga and Senior Landmark Agronomist, John Scott from Swan Hill, successfully tamed a particularly weedy paddock last year with the help of some exciting new technology

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New weed control strategies a standout

Last year’s results on annual ryegrass with Sakura® in wheat, along with Roundup Ready® canola were an impressive addition to the ‘weed control toolbox’ for Kieran Barrett. Farming 4,700 ha at Ned's Corner, Munglinup, Kieran said annual ryegrass was starting to get away from them when they had a rotation of canola followed by wheat and then barley

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Bayer CropScience hosts canola disease management road shows in Forbes and Wagga Wagga

New South Wales, April 22, 2013 – Bayer CropScience recently hosted road shows in Forbes and Wagga Wagga to explore options for disease protection and management of blackleg and sclerotinia in canola.

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Restrictions in Use of Neonicotinoid-containing Products Is Set-back for European Agriculture

Bayer CropScience on the announcement by the EU Commission: Commission’s plan will not have a positive impact on bee health

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Bayer sponsors forum to address citrus industry issues

Bayer CropScience sponsored last week’s new navel variety forums hosted by Citrus Australia to address current issues facing the Australian citrus industry including supply and demand.

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Bayer CropScience and Syngenta propose a comprehensive action plan to help unlock EU stalemate on bee health

March 28, 2013 – Bayer CropScience and Syngenta, today unveiled an action plan to unlock the EU stalemate on bee health. This follows the failure of the European Commission to reach agreement with Member States on an appropriate response to EFSA’s report on the theoretical risk to bee health from neonicotinoid crop protection products.

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Bayer shaves heads for Leukaemia Foundation’s “World’s Greatest Shave”

At last week’s Wimmera Machinery Field Days, Bayer CropScience shaved and dyed 65 heads to raise money for the Leukaemia Foundation’s “World’s Greatest Shave” fundraising initiative.

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Bayer CropScience welcomes the proportionate response of Member States on EU Commission proposal on neonicotinoids

The company will continue to engage further in dialogue to support the safe use of neonicotinoid products

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Competition winners to represent Australia at Global Youth Ag Summit

Corbin Schuster and Rachael Rodney were announced winners of the Global Youth Ag Summit essay competition at the Future Farmers Network’s (FFN) Youth Agricultural Central event in Canberra recently.

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New canola varieties a boon for producers

Canola is a leading driver of farm profitability for South Stirling mixed grain and livestock producer Mal Thomson. In 2012 the oilseed made up half his cropping program and unlike some producers, Mal has hedged his bets by continuing to implement three different canola production systems.

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Scott Chirnside of Chirnside Agriculture impressed with new Bayer canola line

Scott Chirnside of Chirnside Agriculture believes an average canola yield of 2 t/ha on his Inverleigh farm would normally be considered good, so to achieve an average of very close to 3 t/ha last season was extraordinary.

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Traits to advance the canola industry

For canola growers like Bruce Watson of Tichborne, the entry of Bayer into the Australian seed market should mean a greater range of high-performance varieties to choose from.

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Breakthrough in weed resistance research

Herbicide resistance in weed species is one of the road blocks to increased cereal yields and farming productivity, however a team of researchers from The University of Western Australia’s Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative (AHRI) and Bayer CropScience has made a major breakthrough.

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Harvestability of new canola stacks up

Most canola grown in Australia is windrowed, but an increasing number of growers like Colin de Grussa have moved towards direct heading. Colin cites reduced harvest costs and improved management as two reasons behind the shift on his property northeast of Esperance

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Scott impressed with new Bayer canola line

Scott Chirnside of Chirnside Agriculture believes an average canola yield of 2 t/ha on his Inverleigh farm would normally be considered good, so to achieve an average of very close to 3 t/ha last season was extraordinary.

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New germplasm reaps well

Cameron Turner, who farms at Pleasant Hills in the Lockhart/Walbundrie area, is a keen canola grower who says he is “pretty impressed” with the architecture and features of the new Bayer canola variety.

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Traits to advance the canola industry

For canola growers like Bruce Watson of Tichborne, the entry of Bayer into the Australian seed market should mean a greater range of high-performance varieties to choose from.

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Bayer hosted growers and distributors at New Zealand Wine Study Tour

A group of 12 growers, distributors and competition winners recently returned from a New Zealand wine study tour with Bayer CropScience.

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Partnerships Key to Success of Global Vegetable Food Value Chain

Melbourne, 22 January 2013 – Last month, Bayer CropScience CEO, Liam Condon opened the inaugural Vegetable Future Forum welcoming 200 key international industry leaders, growers and value chain partners, held at the Bayer CropScience Head Office in Monheim, Germany.

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Growers look forward to first of its kind Breeding Centre

14 February, 2013 – Victorian farmers have heralded today’s official sod-turning ceremony marking the commencement of construction on the Bayer CropScience Wheat and Oilseeds Breeding Centre at Longerenong College near Horsham as “extraordinarily important’’ for Australian agriculture.

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New agriculture Breeding Centre enhances learning opportunities and hopes to attract leading industry talent

Melbourne, 14 February, 2013 – Partnerships between global corporations and tertiary colleges are essential to address the national skills shortage facing the agricultural industry, according to one of Australia’s leading educational providers.

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Bayer CropScience and the Future Farmers Network invite Young Australians to Apply to the Global Youth Ag Summit

Applications from Australia are being accepted until 31 January 2013

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Bayer CropScience and industry continue to Grow Smarter Together

Bayer CropScience holds Growing Smarter Together site sessions at Elmore, Narromine and Temora

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Important news for Lebaycid® (Fenthion)

On 31 October 2012 the APVMA suspended the registration and label approvals for certain products containing fenthion. Simultaneously the Authority issued new instructions that allow modified use of fenthion on a number of food crops. The APVMA announcement affects the Bayer product Lebaycid Insecticide Spray, which contains fenthion.

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Bayer CropScience Product Manual E-Book

Launching the complete e-guide to all our products

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Growers and agronomists share learnings about Sakura®

Media Release

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CarbonKids: Learning about science and sustainability

CarbonKids: Learning about science and sustainability

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Good for beneficial insects and an edge for farmers

Good for beneficial insects and an edge for farmers

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Food or weeds? Sustaining Australia’s food bowl

Food or weeds? Sustaining Australia’s food bowl

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Bayer CropScience to invest EUR 12 million in Australian Breeding Center for Wheat and Oilseeds

Expansion of global breeding excellence

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Bayer CropScience, CSIRO and GRDC form research partnership for increasing yield in wheat

Working with leading global institutions to improve Australian agricultural productivity

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K-Obiol Grain Protectant now available for on farm use

K-Obiol Grain Protectant now available for on farm use

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FINALISTS ANNOUNCED FOR NATIONAL COTTON INDUSTRY AWARD

FINALISTS ANNOUNCED FOR NATIONAL COTTON INDUSTRY AWARD

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Prosaro: New option to broaden blackleg management

Prosaro: New option to broaden blackleg management

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Vegetable industry leaders present IPM trial results with field walk

Implementation of sustainable IPM strategy for diamondback moth control in brassica vegetables a first in Australia

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Planning to cope with early powdery mildew

Early powdery mildew infection in barley can cause more than 50% yield loss due to tiller abortion, with newly sown and unprotected crops contaminated by airborne spores released from infected stubbles or from volunteer barley.

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Strong on phalaris and annual ryegrass

After two years of trials and evaluation, in soil types ranging from red loams to black Liverpool Plains alkaline soils, Russell Ison, has given the new Bayer released pre-emergent herbicide Sakura® 850 WG, his nod of approval.

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Bayer releases new generation seed treatment

Cereal producers are reminded that with nil (or very low) tolerance for bunt and smuts at receival centres and with diseased grain only saleable as low value stock feed, now is the time to take pre-emptive action. For many growers and for many years, Raxil® T seed treatment has been the mainstay, delivering cheap and effective prevention of these diseases.

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Sakura welcomed by growers following extensive R&D program

Released first in Australia, the much awaited pre-emergent herbicide, Sakura® 850 WG Herbicide, is now being purchased by Australian growers in preparation for the coming season.

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Bayer CropScience updates advisors in Ballarat

Bayer CropScience launched its 2012 Innovation Forums this month at a successful event in Ballarat.

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Bayer CropScience launches Sakura®

Bayer CropScience is pleased to announce the registration of its pre-emergent herbicide Sakura, in good time for the 2012 season.

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Powdery mildew on barley - no soft touch for fungicides

The welcome arrival of a better season across most of the Western Australia grain belt has brought with it the challenge of a return to more intense disease pressure. Growers in the Esperance Port Zone in particular have taken a ‘hard hit’ from powdery mildew in barley, with the 2011 infection beginning in early tillering. Yield losses from uncontrolled early infection can be as high as 50% due to tiller abortion.

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Theodore local wins prestigious 2011 cotton award

Melbourne, 11 August 2011 – The president of Dawson Valley’s Cotton Growers’ Association (CGA), Fleur Anderson, last night was announced as the winner of the prestigious Bayer CropScience Chris Lehmann Trust Young Achiever of the Year Award for 2011, at the Cotton Industry Awards held at Narrabri.

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Families clash on climate change - 1 in 3 families disagree on the importance of climate change

AUSTRALIAN kids are clashing with their parents on the importance of climate change, a new survey has found. The debate on pricing carbon and protecting the environment may reach parliament house next week but new research shows the environmental debate is also running hot in homes around the country.

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Moree agronomist a finalist for prestigious national award

Melbourne, 28 July 2011 – One of Moree’s rising stars, agronomist and cotton farm General Manager Nick Gillingham, has been nominated as one of three finalists in the prestigious Chris Lehmann Trust Young Achiever of the Year Award 2011, sponsored by Bayer CropScience.

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President of Dawson Valley's cotton growers association a finalist for prestigious national award

Melbourne, 28 July 2011 – The president of Dawson Valley’s Cotton Growers Association (CGA), Fleur Anderson, has been nominated as one of three finalists in the prestigious Chris Lehmann Trust Young Achiever of the Year Award 2011, sponsored by Bayer CropScience.

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Narrabi CSIRO Scientist a finalist for prestigious national award

Melbourne, 28 July 2011 – A scientist working for the CSIRO Plant Industry and the Cotton Catchment Communities CRC at the Australian Cotton Research Institute in Narrabri, Dr Rose Brodrick, has been nominated as one of three finalists in the prestigious Chris Lehmann Trust Young Achiever of the Year Award 2011, sponsored by Bayer CropScience.

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New Territory Sales Manager at Bayer CropScience

Melbourne, 16 June 2011 – Leading innovative crop science company, Bayer, has appointed Lore Saupp-Saunders as Territory Sales Manager based in Bundaberg, Queensland.

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New weed registrations for Velocity and Precept herbicides

Melbourne, 10 June 2011 – New weed registrations for the Bayer CropScience selective herbicides, Precept® and Velocity®, will provide growers with more confidence and more flexibility to control a wide range of broadleaf weeds.

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Reliable and effective brome grass management

Melbourne, 10 June 2011 – Recent rains have brought with them the challenge of in-crop weeds and one of the most difficult to control can be brome grass. Brome grass is highly competitive. Research reveals just 100 plants per square metre competing early in wheat crops can reduce yields by as much as 50%.

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Sakura® reaches the next phase of development

Melbourne, 18 May 2011 – Bayer CropScience has received a research permit from the APVMA allowing large-scale evaluation trials to be conducted this season.

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DEEDI scientist wins AUSVEG Researcher of the Year Award

Melbourne, 13 May 2011 – Denis Persley, Principal Plant Pathologist at the Queensland Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation (DEEDI) in Brisbane is the winner of this year’s AUSVEG Researcher of the Year Award, sponsored by Bayer CropScience. The award was presented at the 2011 AUSVEG National Convention in Brisbane.

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New Precept weed registrations welcomed

Bayer CropScience has added a list of important weeds to the Precept® label for 2011 and according to Jamie Taylor, Branch Manager and Agronomist for Landmark Dubbo, the label extensions will be welcomed by growers.

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Bayer CropScience supports young Australian scientists under the 2010 CSIRO Summer Student Program

Melbourne, 4 April 2011 – Seventeen of Australia’s top science and engineering students were supported by Bayer CropScience to participate in the 2010 Summer Student Program of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) as part of the company’s commitment to science and education.

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Bayer supports Summer Student Program and careers in science – Sydney student finds a future in food security

Melbourne, 4 April 2011 – University of Sydney student Amanda Huen was one of 17 of Australia’s top science and engineering students given the opportunity to work alongside leading Australian scientists this year as part of the CSIRO Plant Industry Summer Student Program, supported by Bayer CropScience and the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC).

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Bayer supports Summer Student Program and careers in science – Adelaide student tastes the future of stress free wine

Melbourne, 4 April 2011 – University of Adelaide student Anthony Pearce was one of 17 of Australia’s top science and engineering students given the opportunity to work alongside leading Australian scientists this year as part of the CSIRO Plant Industry Summer Student Program, supported by Bayer CropScience and the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC).

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Bayer supports Summer Student Program and careers in science – Melbourne student seeks to grow a more sustainable future

Melbourne, 4 April 2011 – Monash University student Sarah Fitzpatrick was one of 17 of Australia’s top science and engineering students given the opportunity to work alongside leading Australian scientists this year as part of the CSIRO Plant Industry Summer Student Program, supported by Bayer CropScience and the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC).

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Bayer supports Summer Student Program and careers in science – Perth student finds appeal in grain genetics future

Melbourne, 4 April 2011 – UWA student Michelle Reinders was one of 17 of Australia’s top science and engineering students given the opportunity to work alongside leading Australian scientists this year as part of the CSIRO Plant Industry Summer Student Program, supported by Bayer CropScience and the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC).

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Chickpea success is in the Balance

Low wheat prices at planting in 2010 further fuelled the surge in chickpea popularity in New South Wales and southern Queensland. Many growers consider this pulse crop to be an extremely valuable part of their overall crop rotation, despite 2010 being a very difficult disease year.

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Sparking a passion for agriculture

18 March 2011 – Schools improve carbon footprint – Australian CarbonKids program expands under Bayer sponsorship – New module on sustainable agriculture

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Bayer CropScience new member of the Sustainable Agricultural Initiative Platform Australia

18 March 2011 – Bayer CropScience, Australia is pleased to announce that it has become a full member of the Sustainable Agriculture Initiative (SAI) Platform Australia Inc., an independent association operating across the agriculture, food and beverage value chain that aims to change practices to improve sustainability outcomes. The organisation believes that a common food and agricultural industry platform can promote sustainable agriculture at a global level.

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Bayer CropScience offers advice on managing defoliation

Melbourne, 1 March 2011 – Australian cotton growers may need to adjust harvest aids for crops this season as the climate patterns have caused variation of cotton within fields which has the potential to play havoc with timing, product and rate choice for defoliation.

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Movento® in cotton helping farmers to reach new levels of defence against aphids and silverleaf whitefly

Melbourne, 1 March 2011 – The recent registration of Movento insecticide in cotton has provided Australian growers with an even more effective tool to combat aphids and silverleaf whitefly and, at the same time, addresses chemical resistance which is a growing concern in the control of these pests.

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Bayer Helps Those Affected by Floods in Australia

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Bayer CropScience and TQA Australia help growers demonstrate environmental credentials

5 November 2010 – Tracy and Colin Cross from Langhorne Creek in South Australia have just achieved environmental certification for their vineyard operations and in doing so are the first growers in Australia to qualify for financial assistance with the cost of their audit under an initiative of Bayer Crop Science and TQA Australia.

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Bayer CropScience plants an innovative seed at Pinkenba

26 October 2010 – Bayer CropScience is serious about investing in the future of Australian farming, and has responded to market demand for innovative farming solutions with the opening of the new Seed Treatment Application Centre (STAC) at Pinkenba, Queensland.

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Some innovations just last

26 October 2010 – Bayer CropScience’s non-selective herbicide, Basta®, is celebrating its 20th birthday. Since its launch in 1990, Basta has gained a well-deserved reputation for exceptional crop safety, quality and consistent performance. Twenty years on and growers still rely on Basta to control a broad spectrum of weeds in a range of crops including avocados, citrus, bananas, tree nuts, grapes and stonefruit.

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Bayer CropScience Sakura® update

13 October 2010 - Due to a delay in the registration of our pre-emergent herbicide, Sakura, the product will not be available in time for the pre-emergent herbicide application window and therefore Bayer CropScience will not be in a position to launch this product until the 2012 season.

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Bayer CropScience supports Summer Studentship Program

Funding of research projects of young academics

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Dawson Valley farmer a finalist for prestigious cotton industry awards

Melbourne, 23 July 2010 – One of Dawson Valley’s most unconventional young cotton farmers, Greg Hutchinson, has been nominated, for the second year running, as one of three finalists in the prestigious Chris Lehmann Trust Young Achiever of the Year Award 2010, sponsored by Bayer CropScience, to be announced on 12th August at the Gold Coast, Queensland.

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Emerald extension officer a finalist for prestigious cotton industry awards

Melbourne, 23 July 2010 – One of Emerald’s most promising young industry representatives, Susan Mass, has been nominated as one of three finalists in the prestigious Chris Lehmann Trust Young Achiever of the Year Award 2010, sponsored by Bayer CropScience, to be announced on 12th August at the Gold Coast, Queensland.

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Moree aerial applicator a finalist for prestigious cotton industry awards

Melbourne, 23 July 2010 – One of Moree’s most promising young aerial applicators, David Warburton, has been nominated as one of three finalists in the prestigious Chris Lehmann Trust Young Achiever of the Year Award 2010, sponsored by Bayer CropScience, to be announced on 12th August at the Gold Coast.

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New Technical Advisor at Bayer

Melbourne, 16 July 2010 – Bayer CropScience recently appointed Sarah Wilson as Technical Advisor in Northern New South Wales.

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Bayer CropScience identifies future farming challenges at IUPAC

16 July 2010 – Two key members of Bayer CropScience’s global research team were in Melbourne recently to address delegates of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) conference.

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Weed resistance threat must be addressed

2 July 2010 - Weed resistance is one of the biggest threats facing the future of agriculture, with some researchers projecting that by 2018, 50 per cent of agricultural weed species will be resistant to the world’s most relied-upon knockdown herbicide, glyphosate.

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Bayer CropScience and Syngenta sign global cotton technology licensing agreement

Monheim, Germany / Basel, Switzerland, July 14, 2010 – Bayer CropScience and Syngenta have entered into a long-term business agreement relating to a key plant biotechnology trait. Under the agreement, Syngenta has granted Bayer CropScience a worldwide, non-exclusive license for use of VIPCOTTM insect control technology in cotton.

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Bayer CropScience and Syngenta sign global cotton technology licensing agreement

Monheim, Germany / Basel, Switzerland, July 14, 2010 – Bayer CropScience and Syngenta have entered into a long-term business agreement relating to a key plant biotechnology trait. Under the agreement, Syngenta has granted Bayer CropScience a worldwide, non-exclusive license for use of VIPCOTTM insect control technology in cotton.

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Team Deguara: Striking the right balance

7 July 2010 - Mark and Andrew Deguara aren’t afraid to try anything new on their Pinevale cane farms.

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Bayer CropScience television commercial: Our promise to you

6 July 2010 - This month, Bayer CropScience launched its new corporate television commercial (TVC). On air across the country and screening until 17 July 2010, you can view the TVC on regional networks, including Prime, TEN, One HD and TEN HD in Tasmania.

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New expertise in the Bayer CropScience Sales team

Melbourne, 17 May 2010 – Peter England and Dean Johns recently joined the southern Sales team at Bayer CropScience, bringing diverse backgrounds and experience to these roles.

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Just add water

18 May 2010 - Farmers in the “Bountiful Burdekin” can always tap into plenty of water and that’s exactly what the pre-emergent herbicide Soccer® needs to be most effective.

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Murrami farmer wins Nintendo Wii

29 April 2010 – Bayer CropScience and Pioneer Hi-Bred are pleased to announce that Daniel Panazzolo, Murrami-based canola grower, is the winner of the Jockey® Stayer® and Pioneer Nintendo Wii competition.

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New forumulation of Gaucho® seed treatment for legumes

Melbourne – 20 April 2010 – Gaucho from Bayer CropScience has long been recognised as a superior insecticidal seed treatment in a range of broadleaf crops. Following the recent label extension of Gaucho 350 FS Flowable Seed Treatment, these benefits are now available to farmers producing field peas, faba beans and lentils.

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SPS KickStart® seed increases pasture production for dairy farmers

27 April 2010 – Some good news for pasture growers – recent field trials around North Eastern Victoria and Southern New South Wales have demonstrated that Gaucho®, an insecticidal seed treatment from Bayer CropScience can increase the vigour, health, root mass and overall biomass produced from ryegrass.

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Return on investment in yield and quality from seed treatment

MELBOURNE – 19 April 2010 – Many farmers have already adopted Bayer CropScience Gaucho® 600 seed treatment insecticide for insect control in clover, lucerne and herb pastures. Growers can also utilise the benefits of Gaucho in their grasses, including ryegrass, tall fescue and phalaris. However, Gaucho (marketed as SPS KickStart® treated seed by Stephen Pasture Seeds), offers more than just insect control, as demonstrated in recent trials in Gippsland, Victoria, where the major benefit of increased biomass production has been observed.

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Bayer works together with distribution to support growers

Melbourne – 20 April 2010 – Building on the successful launch of six new products into the cereal market over the past two years, Bayer CropScience continues to develop these products to better suit the needs of Australian growers. This ongoing investment has seen both Prosaro® Foliar Fungicide and Velocity® Selective Herbicide gain additional label claims within the past two months.

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Bayer CropScience and CSIRO expand research cooperation to assess the system-wide environmental impact of new crops

Monheim, March 18, 2010 Bayer CropScience and the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Australias national research agency, are expanding their collaboration to assess the sustainability of new generation crops. The two-year agreement will develop and apply models to assess the system-wide consequences of new generation cereals in the context of global environmental and food security challenges.

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Seed treatment means higher production for pasture growers

Melbourne, 1 March 2010 The innovative agricultural insecticidal seed treatment from Bayer CropScience, Gaucho, has proven to be a success in recent trial demonstrations that compared the growth rates of Gaucho ryegrass grown from seed treated with Gaucho to untreated ryegrass. Stephen Pasture Seeds has been researching Gaucho on grasses in recent years and now supply it to the marketplace under the SPS KickStart brand of pasture seed.

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Sakura on track for registration and performance

Melbourne, 22 February 2010 Sakura, the new pre-emergent herbicide to be launched by Bayer CropScience in 2011, demonstrated outstanding results in the 2009 cereal growing season. Bayer CropScience performed further development trial work, and a number of key industry bodies also conducted replicated small plot scientific trials. Results and feedback from this trial work has been exceptionally positive, explains herbicide development manager for Bayer CropScience, John Ashby.

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Demonstration, collaboration, innovation

Melbourne, 15 October 2009 The Australian agricultural market is unique and set apart from global agricultural markets, with extreme climatic conditions and water scarcity posing real challenges to the industry as a whole. Bayer CropScience believes that to ensure competitive advantage within the industry, it is important to continue to invest in local product development to deliver continuous innovations to the forward-thinking growers within the industry.

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Bayer backs Aussie Helpers boosting employment for disadvantaged youth in the rural sector

Melbourne, 8 December 2009 Bayer has joined forces with not-for-profit Aussie Helpers in a new program to assist disadvantaged youth develop vital skills and find employment in the rural sector.

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Bayer CropScience goes back to basics with spray application workshops

Melbourne, 22 September 2009 Bayer CropScience and the Centre for Pesticide Application and Safety (CPAS) recently joined forces to host a one-day back to basics course in optimising spray application as part of its viticulture campaign for this season.

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Bayer CropScience and farmers growing smarter together

Melbourne, 22 September 2009 - From Western Australia to Victoria, Bayer CropScience demonstration sites have been providing growers and agronomists across the country with new insights into growing healthier crops more efficiently, responsibly and profitably through the recently launched Bayer CropScience Growing Smarter Together program.

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Movento 240 SC A new insecticide from Bayer CropScience: Your questions answered

Melbourne, 24 August 2009 - Highly acclaimed agricultural insecticide, Movento, from Bayer CropScience Australia is now registered in a variety of crops including brassica vegetables, lettuce, cucurbits, brassica leafy vegetables and leafy vegetables.

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Mahboba's Promise

22 September 2009 - Bayer CropScience employees have been busy cleaning out their wardrobes in an effort to collect clothing and footwear to donate to Mahbobas Promise, an Australian not-for-profit organisation dedicated to helping the women, widows, children and orphans of Afghanistan who have been disenfranchised by decades of war and civil unrest.

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Narrabri farmer a finalist for prestigious cotton industry award

6 August 2009 - One of Narrabris own cotton farmers, Ben Stephens, has been named a finalist for The Chris Lehmann Trust Young Achiever of the Year Award. The winner will be announced at the Cotton Industry Awards on 12 August in Narrabri, New South Wales.

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Moura farmer a finalist for prestigious cotton industry award

6 August 2009 - Local Moura cotton farmer, Greg Hutchinson, has been named a finalist of The Chris Lehmann Trust Young Achiever of the Year Award. The winner will be announced at the Cotton Industry Awards on 12 August in Narrabri, New South Wales.

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Moree farmer Sean Boland a finalist for prestigious cotton industry award

6 August 2009 - Local Moree cotton farmer, Sean Boland, has been announced as a finalist for The Chris Lehmann Trust Young Achiever of the Year Award. The winner will be announced at the Cotton Industry Awards on 12 August in Narrabri, New South Wales.

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Greater convenience and compatibility with new ceral fungicide from Bayer CropScience

Melbourne - 27 July 2009 - Bayer CropScience will simplify the task of choosing an effective cereal fungicide with the release of Prosaro 420 SC Fungicide for the Australian cereal foliar fungicide market.

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Bayer shield helps juniors kick goals in the Far North

Far North Queensland - 27 July 2009 - Budding soccer stars in Far North Queensland will again be given the chance to test their skills against their peers at the Bayer CropScience Soccer Shield Carnival on Sunday 16 August.

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Bayer CropScience Endosulfan Statement

Melbourne, Friday 17 July, 2009 Bayer CropScience Australia Pty. Ltd. is planning to phase out the insecticidal active ingredient Endosulfan by the end of 2010 at the latest. This is part of a commercial decision made several years ago to replace World Health Organisation (WHO) Class I products with alternatives already commercially available or under development.

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Winners announced for seed treaters' trip to Germany

The winners of the one-week trip to the Bayer Seed Treatment Application Centre (STAC) in Monheim, Germany, have been drawn. Congratulations to Chris Martin, Australian Seed & Grain Pty Ltd, Moora and John Waide, Waide Contracting, Griffith, who will travel with Jeff Lander, Bayer CropScience Territory Sales Manager (Western Australia) to STAC in mid-September this year.

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Hombre and Zorro Crop Town Game a Winner

Elders agronomist wins Nintendo Wii by playing Hombre and Zorro CropTown game. You too can join in the fun and test your guns slinging skills

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Pioneering new mode of action for insect control in vegetables

Bayer CropScience has announced the launch of an exciting development in agricultural insecticides. Set to revolutionise the agricultural industry from early 2009, Belt 480 SC marks a ground-breaking chapter in the insecticide market.

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New herbicide from Bayer CropScience gets the big tick from

Bayer CropScience has continued its run of breakthrough product releases, last week launching its new post-emergent selective herbicide, Velocity, to the Australian market for the 2009 season, with much industry acclaim.

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Bayer CropScience set to set new standard in the pre-emergent cereal herbicide market

Bayer CropScience and Kumiai Chemical Industry Co., Ltd. have sealed an agreement that will enable Australian farmers to enter a new era in weed management from 2011.

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Precept a major breakthrough in post-emergent broadleaf weed control

A special update from your Bayer CropScience WA team

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Precept Experiences.

New Product, new technology: Now that's true innovation!

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