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Harnessing the Power of Nature​

Harnessing the Power of Nature​

3/1/2018 12:55:00 PM/Categories: Ag Conferences, Videos, Original, People in Ag, Grains, Wheat, Corn, National News, International , Convention Conversations, Commodity Classic, Commodity Classic 2018

By 2050, the planet’s population is estimated to grow from seven billion to nine billion, while the area of our farmable land is expected to shrink. Simply put, this means we’ll need to produce more with less to feed the world. An answer to this challenge can be found in the natural benefits of microbes – which represent the next step in sustainable agriculture solutions.

Protecting seeds from yield-robbing threats. Improving plant health. Increasing nutrient availability. Driving yield sustainably. These are just some of the benefits of the combined offerings of Acceleron® Seed Applied Solutions and Monsanto BioAg™ products.

During the 2018 Commodity Classic Kelli Brown with Monsanto Applied Seed Solutions spoke with Northern Ag Network on their efforts.


Complementing the existing plant and soil treatments available to you, microbial-based products offer a variety of real benefits, like improving crop nutrient uptake, providing disease protection and insect control, and ultimately protecting and maximizing your yield potential.

Harnessing the power of microbes takes commitment, patience and expertise. Monsanto BioAg – as the innovation leader in the marketplace – is committed to providing microbial-based solutions that help you produce more with less and meet the demands of an ever-growing world.

Northern Ag Network Monsanto BioAg 2018



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