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Monsanto’s answer to Vietnam’s burgeoning nutrition demand

Monsanto’s answer to Vietnam’s burgeoning nutrition demand

Dekalb Vietnam, a Monsanto's subsidiary, and the Institute of Preventive Medicine and Public Health (IPMPH) of Hanoi Medical University (HMU) today co-hosted a research scholarship awards ceremony with a total grant value of over VND1.3 billion ($60,000) and a conference on food and nutrition safety.

Dekalb plants smart seeds for higher productivity rate

Dekalb plants smart seeds for higher productivity rate

Vietnam currently imports about six million tonnes of corn per year to meet the nation’s growing demand for animal feed. Following the recent launch of the weed- and insect-resistant Genuity corn seeds in the north of Vietnam, Narasimham Upadyayula, CEO of Monsanto’s wholly-owned subsidiary Dekalb Vietnam, talked to VIR’s Ha Duy about how the company’s products would benefit farmers and helping Vietnam reduce its dependency on corn imports.

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Monsanto subsidiary launches Genuity corn seeds in Vietnam

Monsanto subsidiary launches Genuity corn seeds in Vietnam

Monsanto’s subsidiary Dekalb Vietnam on December 9 launched its Dekalb Genuity corn seeds with weed management and insect protection traits in the north of Vietnam.

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Local corn farmers empowered to plan future with confidence

Local corn farmers empowered to plan future with confidence

Vietnamese corn farmers have recently been enabled to access a new tool to optimise corn yield – a new corn traits with insect protection and weed management named Dekalb® Genuity®. 

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GM corn helps northern farmers raise yield

GM corn helps northern farmers raise yield

Farmers from Moc Chau district in the northern mountainous province of Son La reported higher yield and saving with the first harvest of genetically modified (GM) corn at the recent "Application and Development of GM Corn" forum organised by the Vietnam Academy of Agricultural Science.

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Corporate-governmental cooperation to better farmer’s lives

Corporate-governmental cooperation to better farmer’s lives

Farmers in the northern province of Lao Cai are benefiting from cooperation with Dekalb Vietnam, the local Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, Southern Seed Corporation and An Nghiep Ltd., a corn wholesale buyer. 

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Raising agri-yields through biotechnology

Raising agri-yields through biotechnology

As the world needs to feed more people with less  environmental impact and with dwindling resources, it is essential to equip farmers with the latest tools and technology. Dr. Siang Hee Tan, executive director of CropLife Asia – the regional chapter of CropLife International, and the voice of the global plant science industry – talked to VIR’s Khanh Tran on how ASEAN can meet the challenges of food security sustainably.

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ASEAN businesses, governments should collaborate for sustainable agriculture

ASEAN businesses, governments should collaborate for sustainable agriculture

Business, government and civil society in ASEAN should collaborate for sustainable agriculture, according to Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Le Quoc Doanh.

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Domestic firms target agribusiness

Domestic firms target agribusiness

Vietnam’s massive agricultural potential has encouraged local private investors to make huge investments into the sector. Thanh Dat reports.

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Genetically modified corn seeds introduced to Vietnamese farmers

Genetically modified corn seeds introduced to Vietnamese farmers

Dekalb Vietnam, a subsidiary of the US’ Monsanto Company, yesterday launched the first integrated knowledge transfer field in the southern province of Dong Nai to introduce genetically modified (GM) corn seeds to farmers.

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MARD keen to push new projects

MARD keen to push new projects

The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has given a series of upcoming large-scale agricultural projects a major boost.

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