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Bayer becomes partner of the Centre for Crop Health and Protection consortium

14-Nov-2016

Bayer has joined the Centre for Crop Health and Protection (CHAP) located on the National Agri-Food Innovation Campus, Sand Hutton, United Kingdom. The CHAP serves as an international centre for innovation in crop protection uniting public academic institutions and private companies. The ...

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David Nicholson to leave Bayer CropScience

Adrian Percy announced as New Head of Research and Development

24-Jun-2014

Effective August 1, 2014 Dr. Adrian Percy, currently Senior Vice President of Global Regulatory Affairs within Bayer CropScience will take over the position as Global Head of Research & Development (R&D). In his new role, Dr. Percy will also become member of the Bayer CropScience Excecutive ...

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Bayer CropScience and IVCC extend research agreement

Public-Private Partnership to support the battle against malaria

28-Aug-2012

Bayer CropScience and UK-based IVCC have extended their successful partnership to discover new solutions for Public Health Products (PHPs). Under a new agreement signed today, the two parties agreed to cooperate for a further three years in the search for new active ingredients effective against ...

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Bayer CropScience divests Rovral and Sportak fungicides to FMC

09-Dec-2011

Bayer CropScience announced that it has divested certain fungicides to FMC Corporation, Philadelphia, USA. The transaction includes Rovral® (active ingredient: iprodione) and Sportak® (active ingredient: prochloraz) brand families for worldwide agricultural uses outside Europe. Financial terms of ...

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Movento Wins Agrow Award for Most Innovative Chemistry

14-Nov-2011

The Bayer CropScience insecticide Movento® with its two-way systemic mode of action received the Agrow Award in the category “Most innovative Chemistry.” The Agrow Awards are a global recognition of excellence in the crop protection industry. “The recognition by the jury members shows the ...

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After a good third quarter: Bayer confirms Group outlook

Net income more than doubled to EUR 642 million (plus 125.3 percent)

01-Nov-2011

The Bayer Group achieved further sales growth and significantly increased earnings in the third quarter of 2011. “It was a good quarter for Bayer,” Management Board Chairman Dr. Marijn Dekkers said Thursday at the presentation of the interim report. He described the continuing growth momentum in ...

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Bayer: New potato-enhancing product Emesto registered in first market

15-Aug-2011

Bayer CropScience has received the first registration worldwide for its new fungicidal seed treatment product Emesto™ (active ingredient penflufen) in the United Kingdom (UK). Emesto™ will be used in potato cultivation. It has outstanding efficacy against black scurf (Rhizoctonia solani), and ...

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Bayer off to a successful start to 2011

First quarter of 2011: all subgroups lift sales and earnings

29-Apr-2011

The Bayer Group got off to a successful start to 2011. “All three subgroups contributed to the strong start to the year with sales and earnings increases,” Bayer CEO Dr. Marijn Dekkers explained on Thursday when the company’s first-quarter results were released. He was especially pleased at how ...

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Bayer CropScience is strengthening its crop protection portfolio further

New Herbicide Alion registered in the United States

19-Apr-2011

The non-selective herbicide Alion® (active ingredient indaziflam) from Bayer CropScience has been granted regulatory approval in the United States by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Alion® was developed primarily for use in perennial crops such as citrus, tree nut, grapes, pome and ...

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Bayer CropScience announces decision not to resume MIC production

23-Mar-2011

Bayer CropScience today announced that the company has decided not to restart the transitional production of methyl isocyanate (MIC) at its site in Institute, West Virginia. As a result, the company will move forward immediately with decommissioning of the reconfigured MIC and associated ...

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