Bayer Pakistan Crop Science arranged a farmer convention in Kasur to comprehend the challenges farmers face and promote the adoption of modern technologies and farming practices.
The ultimate aim of Bayer event permitted to trounce the technological barriers and learning restrictions by providing a platform where knowledge pertaining to the benefits of technology and modern farming practices could be shared with hundreds of farmers.
Luis Camacho, Stewardship Lead for Asia/Africa Region at Bayer Crop Science, armored the significance of knowledge sharing, while interacting with farmers said, those farmers that grow their businesses and improve their livelihoods; they need to be outfitted with the essential knowledge and skills to improve their productivity.
As, to a great extent the agriculture landscape in Pakistan consists of small-hold farmers with restricted access to mandatory agronomic knowledge.
Therefore, we work closely with small-hold farmers to develop integrated methods to make sure food security, with a focal point on knowledge transfer, partnerships and modified agronomic solutions, he explained.
In line with our promise to bring the latest agriculture technologies to the farmers, so Bayer crop science will be introducing biotech maize hybrids which are opposed to insect attack and endow with better weed control, consequently saving input costs for the farmer and significantly enhancing yields, Camacho added.