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Bayer CropScience hosts Horticulture Symposium in Mexico:

Mexico: Joining hands for sustainability and innovation in horticulture

From September 30th to October first, Bayer CropScience is hosting over 175 industry professionals from over 15 different countries at its Horticulture Symposium in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. The symposium addresses issues of sustainability and innovation in modern horticulture and is designed to allow leaders in the field to network, share knowledge and expertise and exchange best practices.

Over 30 experts from across the world of horticulture are slated to deliver lectures and participate in panel discussions on a variety of topics, ranging from general industry subject matter like “Trends in fresh fruit and vegetable consumption” and “Reducing the gap between the farmer and the consumer” to location-specific crop topics, including sessions on banana root health and the sustainable production of tomatoes. The speakers range from market experts and researchers to growers, value chain and industry partners within the field of horticulture.

In recent years, expectations of consumers have increased. More than ever, they demand high-quality fruits and vegetables that are affordable, sustainably produced and available year-round. Bayer CropScience recognizes the strain this puts on producers and partners along the value chain and collaborates with them to help satisfy customer expectations. “Enhancing nutrition through healthy fruits and vegetables is one of our company’s key commitments, underlined by long-term investments into innovation in support of sustainable horticulture production,” said Mathias Kremer, Head of Strategy and Portfolio Management and Member of the Executive Committee at Bayer CropScience. 

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