Bayer CropScience in New Zealand is a leading provider of crop protection products and solutions to the agricultural and horticultural industries from seed to harvest.
The company’s field and technical staff are amongst the very best and most experienced in the country.
Between them they provide a comprehensive service to some of New Zealand’s main industries, including pip and stone fruit, cereals, grapes, vegetables, pasture, glasshouse crops and seed businesses.
Key to the success of Bayer CropScience is its focus on innovation. The company employs globally about 3700 people in the area of R&D working at nine sites on three continents, complemented by numerous field testing stations around the globe, including New Zealand.
Farmers the world over face the challenge of protecting their crops from pests and diseases and, at the same time, achieve quality yields in a sustainable, affordable way. Innovation is essential to meet both their present and future needs.
In New Zealand, Bayer CropScience demonstrates its commitment to the country through an active research and development program.
At any one time there are more than 200 Bayer field trials under way throughout New Zealand supported by a state-of-the-art seed treatment application laboratory in our Christchurch office.
The aim is to test and develop new crop and environmental solutions, under all climate conditions, for the benefit of New Zealand growers.