This campaign includes Monsanto communications that shed more light on innovation and food — what it is, why it’s safe, and why it is critically important to our future. Our goal is to share and explain some of the key innovations that help us not only to feed a growing population, but to enjoy a wide variety of safe and nutritious food at affordable prices, year-round.

Innovation blog posts can be found here.

Content from this campaign

Bayer to Advance More Sustainable Agricultural Solutions Utilizing New Innovative Greenhouses in Marana, Arizona
The unique Marana Greenhouses will serve as a global product design center for corn / By bringing the breeding process indoors, more seed products can be developed faster, resulting in farmers benefitting from the latest technology / Bayer’s investment in the Marana site reflects the company’s commitment to sustainability.
Mar 12, 2020 11:30 AM ET
Bayer Expands Industry-leading Digital Farming Platform in Argentina
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina / MONHEIM, Germany, July 15, 2019 /3BL Media/ - The agriculture industry’s leading digital farming platform, Climate FieldView, has commercially launched in Argentina for the upcoming growing season. Already widely adopted globally, FieldView™ is transforming the way farmers manage their operations with data-driven, ...
Jul 15, 2019 5:30 PM ET
Beyond the Smart City
The bright lights of the big city aren’t as bright as they used to be, because they’re getting smarter. Street lights in cities like San Diego are turning off...
Jul 26, 2018 10:05 AM ET
Farming Up: Modern Biology Will Maximize the Potential of Vertical Controlled-Environment Agriculture
I recently had the opportunity to participate in a workshop on Vertical Farming as a pre-summit event at the World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit in San Francisco. I had the pleasure of joining key leaders from this promising new industry to discuss the role that plant science and technological innovations may...
Jun 25, 2018 9:00 AM ET
How This Global Crop is Going Local
There was a time, not long ago, when countries like Nepal could only turn to South America for maize. Shipping containers filled with this crop would leave the port city of Sao Paulo and begin the over 9,000-mile journey to central Asia. As one would imagine, this lengthy journey across two oceans and around the continent of Africa leads to a sizable carbon footprint. Nepal serves as an...
Aug 29, 2017 2:40 PM ET