Beautiful fields of healthy, high-yielding crops. Abundant harvests of golden grains, white cotton and succulent produce – plentiful enough to nourish and clothe the world. Healthy environments in which we safely and comfortably live, work and play. At Bayer CropScience, these ideals drive us every day. Our singular purpose is to propel farming’s future, harnessing cutting-edge agricultural and environmental innovations to deliver on Bayer’s mission: Science For A Better Life.

Who We Are

Our People

Our People

Our people are the heart and soul of Bayer CropScience.  We are passionate about our purpose, inspired by our customers and driven by the urgent challenges facing agriculture, the environment and our communities.   » more

Our Business

Our Business

From high-powered seeds and traits, to innovative biological and chemical crop and environmental protection, Bayer CropScience delivers Science For A Better Life.  We strive to deliver innovative solutions to maximize farm yields, secure harvests from devastating disease and pests, and keep our living spaces and environments healthy and beautiful. » more

Our Values

At Bayer CropScience, we are passionate about what we do and how we do it. Guiding everything we do is our deep and unwavering commitment to the tenets of sustainability, environmental stewardship, honesty, integrity, respect and responsibility. » more

Our History

Our History

Since 1863, Bayer has been harnessing science to deliver products and services that improve life. In 1924, the company began research efforts in agricultural crop protection, and we’ve been pioneering innovative agricultural solutions ever since.
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Our Locations

Our Locations

Bayer CropScience employees live, work and contribute to communities all over the country, but our research, development and manufacturing activities are focused around several key sites. » more

  • Monday, July 27, 2015

    Sudden Death Syndrome: A Growing Cause of Crop Loss in U.S. Soybeans

    SDS was the second-leading cause of crop loss in soybeans due to disease in 2014 and some fear it may be even worse this year and in the years to come » more

  • Wednesday, July 22, 2015

    Weed resistance is tough to predict

    Bill Johnson talked about managing current resistant weeds and protecting further weeds from developing recently. He spoke to farmers and dealers at an event hosted by Bayer at their plots in Wayne County. » more

  • Tuesday, July 21, 2015

    Mid-South Cotton Producers to See Texas Agriculture

    Ten Mid-South cotton producers will observe cotton and other agricultural operations in Texas the week of July 26 as part of the National Cotton Council’s 2015 Producer Information Exchange (P.I.E.) Program. » more

  • Tuesday, July 21, 2015

    Finding a common language for the term resistance

    “Resistance is inevitable,” says Bruce Tabashnik, Entomology Department head, University of Arizona. “That doesn’t’ mean something terrible is happening or going to happen” » more

  • Monday, July 20, 2015

    Bayer CropScience donates $40,000 on behalf of canola growers

    This year's More for Everyone award funds – made possible by InVigor canola hybrids from Bayer CropScience – will go toward purchasing new volunteer firefighter rescue equipment, outfitting a retreat and camp center with new snowshoes and ice skates, repairing and updating two American Legion posts and helping numerous other organizations important to U.S. canola growers. » more

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Beth Roden
Beth Roden

Head of Communications & Bayer CropScience NA Coordinator
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Jeff Donald

External Communications
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Greg Coffey

IOP Communications Manager
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