Truly sustainable agriculture

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Seldom a day goes by these days that an environmentalist group doesn’t make demands that farmers make agriculture more “sustainable.” But what could be more sustainable that producing more food on less land?
BASF’s Jonathan Bryant talked about what his company is doing to help farmers achieve sustainability through increased productivity in this interview at the company’s Ag Media Summit in Chicago.
Bryant also discussed how BASF is positioning its research on rice to help increase its biotechnology footprint.

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Anonymous (not verified)
on Nov 20, 2010

You do not practice sustainability. You push monoculture and profit for yourselves at the expense of our environment. You are not farmers. You have no idea of the special relationship between farmers and their land and seed. I hope farmers all over this world rise up reject your fake GMO seeds and your fake agriculture. How dare you even attach the word sustainable to what you do.

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