The recognition is the latest for Monsanto which in the past year has received accolades from dozens of organizations.
The BioAg Alliance will discover, develop and sell microbial solutions that enable farmers worldwide to increase crop yields with less input.
A suspect allegedly stole inbred corn seeds that can pass on drought- and pest-resistant traits to other seeds that will be grown and harvested.
The companies establish The BioAg Alliance to discover, develop and sell microbial solutions that enable farmers worldwide to increase crop yields with less input.
Bob Wilhelm has joined Monsanto in a newly created role as the Global Branding Lead, working in the Global Marketing Team.
The initiative would have required labels on foods containing genetically engineered ingredients.
Monsanto announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire The Climate Corporation for a cash purchase price of approximately $930 million. According to the company, the acquisition will combine The Climate Corporation’s expertise in agriculture analytics and risk-management with Monsanto’s R&D capabilities, and will provide farmers access to more information about the many
From Monsanto’s Beyond The Rows blog post entitled “Monsanto Adds Agricultural Biologicals To R&D Pipeline”: “Monsanto understands that agriculture is constantly evolving and is influenced by broad societal trends. Farmers need new tools that allow them to maintain productivity — in the face of climate change, and the challenges of weed and insect resistance to
Monsanto and Michigan State University are continuing their support of the Corn Rootworm Knowledge Research Program.
And the battle rages on. Not too many months ago (in February, to be exact), I wrote a column where I described how I believed the anti-biotech crop fight was beginning to turn in the pro camp’s favor. For evidence of this turn, I cited the defeat of California’s biotech crop labeling proposal (Proposition 37)