Biodiversity and Agriculture

The primary aim of farmers is to produce high-quality and safe food, feed, and fiber at affordable prices as well as renewable raw materials, where appropriate. Farmland biodiversity – the diversity of living organisms in agricultural landscapes – plays an essential role in the integrity and functioning of agro-ecosystems.

Farmland biodiversity sustains, for example, water quality and a healthy soil, which are vital for food production. Likewise, pollinator biodiversity has been shown by recent research to positively influence pollination and thereby yield in many crops.


Bayer CropScience supports activities creating a win-win situation for farmers, consumers and the environment by increasing food productivity and promoting a healthy environment.

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