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Corteva's five-year journey - Innovating agriculture for a sustainable future

Pioneering solutions for global farming challenges

By Farms.com

Five years ago, Corteva, Inc. embarked on a mission to revolutionize agriculture, aiming to empower farmers to feed and fuel the world safely and sustainably. Since then, Corteva has remained committed to delivering cutting-edge solutions to address the evolving needs of farmers globally.

Through relentless innovation, Corteva has introduced a range of pioneering products designed to enhance crop yields, promote sustainability, and mitigate environmental impact.

From Enlist E3® soybeans to Vorceed® Enlist® corn and proprietary winter canola hybrids, Corteva's portfolio of products continues to expand, providing farmers with tools to navigate the challenges of modern agriculture.

In addition to developing new products, Corteva has invested significantly in research and development, with over 100 research sites and 2,000 testing locations worldwide.

This commitment to innovation has resulted in the launch of approximately 2,000 new products aimed at helping farmers increase yields and improve efficiency. 

Corteva has established partnerships with research start-ups, universities, and other organizations to advance agricultural technology.

These collaborations have led to the development of over 7,000 patents and the creation of the world's only germplasm pool capable of producing corn with yields exceeding 600 bu/ac.

As Corteva commemorates five years of innovation, the company remains focused on its mission to enrich the lives of those who produce and consume, ensuring progress for generations to come.

With a continued commitment to sustainability and customer engagement, Corteva is poised to lead the way in addressing the challenges of modern agriculture.


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