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Why are weeds a major threat
to productivity?

Bayer’s Integrated Weed Management (IWM) Program is a global approach to enhance agricultural productivity and secure food supplies in the long term by offering customized solutions for weed control and strongly promoting best management practices more

Arable Crop Day in Serbia: First industry event to raise resistance issue

400 farmers and other stakeholders attended the Arable Crop Day organized by Serbia in February 2017. It was the first event in the Serbian agricultural industry to raise the issue of Sorghum halepense resistance in corn.

Launch of Bayer Innovation Academy for Weeds in Mexico

Half of global food production is at risk due to weeds, pests and diseases. Reason enough for Bayer de Mexico to launch an Innovation Academy for Weeds. Its aim is to create an expert network of Mexican weed scientists and agronomists to further dialog and promote solutions in the weed field.

Valuable insights into weed resistance issues

Weed resistance is a growing problem in the wheat-growing region of Thrace in Turkey. So Bayer Türk organized a Symposium that brought together an audience of 100 academics and farmers to discuss the issues.

Serbian Farmers Need Sustainable Weed Control

In September members of the Weed Science Society of Serbia and other national and international participants presented their latest research findings and exchanged expertise and experience.

Bayer focuses on at the 2016 Brazilian Weed Congress

The life science company will launch the “Diversity is the Future” theme during the 30th Brazilian Weed Science Congress, in Curitiba (PR).

Stories from the field


“If it’s working, change it!”

Arable farmer Richard Hinchliffe has travelled the world to learn more about effective weed control measures.

Diversity in rotation, stale seedbeds & late sowing

Damien Beaujouan explaining to us why sustainable weed management matters to him.

Consistent Messaging Key to Change

Why are farmers putting their livelihoods at risk by ignoring the weed resistance threat?

Farming in Argentina - The 21st century started in 2016

Santiago des Solar explains how a change of presidency opened up new options for tackling the problem of weed resistance.

Generations of clean fields

With generations of IWM practices in Germany’s Rhineland, herbicide-resistant weeds are practically non-existent.

The Hidden Threat

One Montana wheat farmer knows weed resistance isn’t a question of if but when. Read how diversity is helping him fight off the hidden threat.