Corteva Agriscience

2023 Weed Control Starts Now
2023 Weed Control Starts Now
Whether 2023 is going to be a wet year, a dry year or something in between, weed control will be important for Northwest cereal and grain growers.  Eric Scherder, U.S. Crop Protection Launch Leader at Corteva AgriScience, said weed control is an annual challenge, so over the past two or three years, they have launched a variety of products brining in multiple modes and sites of action.   “... Read
Corteva Announces 2022 Climate Positive Leaders Program
Corteva Announces 2022 Climate Positive Leaders Program
Applications are now being accepted for Corteva Agriscience’s 2022 Climate Positive Leaders Program.  The program recognizes farmers and ranchers who implement, scale and share climate-positive practices.  The program will give the selected global and regional leaders tools and opportunities to broadly share their experiences and help accelerate the adoption of climate positive practices.  The pro
Women in Agriculture Say Barriers to Equality Persist
Women in Agriculture Say Barriers to Equality Persist
Women in agriculture around the world, whether in developing or developed countries, say widespread gender discrimination persists and poses obstacles to their ability to help feed the world.  A new study from Corteva Agriscience studied 17 nations to underscore the importance of women in agriculture and to identify barriers to their full and successful participation.  The stu...