Originally posted on BASF/LinkedIn
BASF’s strategy in agriculture is based on innovations that enable farmers to feed a growing population and face challenges such as limited arable land, disease pressure and climate change. At the recent Capital Markets Day held at BASF’s Agricultural Innovation Center in Ghent, Belgium, Saori Dubourg, Member of the Board of Executive Directors said “there is an increasing demand from farmers, regulators and consumers worldwide for BASF to contribute value to society – financially, socially and environmentally. With our innovation-driven strategy in agriculture, we are stepping up to this challenge by focusing on our customers’ and societal needs. Learn more about how our strategy will support our customers in maximizing yields, mitigating weather-related risks and disease pressure, as well as helping them fulfill societal requirements.”
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