The Halcomb family at Walnut Grove Farm in Kentucky works with Corteva Agriscience’s agronomy experts and Granular technology to make better decisions on the farm and drive higher yields.
Tackling the greatest challenges in agriculture is all in a day’s work for the more than 20,000 people employed by Corteva Agriscience worldwide. Jillian Foerster, Technology Development Lead at Corteva, is committed to developing new technology and
Farmers in Kenya, such as Edith Adembesa, are no longer farming to feed themselves, but to support themselves. Learn how Corteva Agriscience is collaborating with AMPATH and the Kenyan government to help an entire nation grow more nutritious food.
To help overcome a climate with little rain and high temperatures, Ramón pumps water from 100 meters underground and then uses digital tools and data analysis supplied by Corteva Agriscience to irrigate his crops efficiently and sustainably.
New multi-national research commissioned by Corteva Agriscience asks next-gen farmers and consumers about their vision for the future of food and farming and their role within it.