BASF announces the formation of BASF Plant Science, a unit dedicated to developing the next-generation plant biotechnology products.BASF BASF Bar Association of San Francisco (since 1872; San Francisco, California)
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BASF Builders Association of South Florida announces the formation of BASF Plant Science, a unit dedicated to developing the next-generation plant biotechnology products. It supports the company's business focus of enhancing crops that offer benefits for farmers, human and animal nutrition nutrition, study of the materials that nourish an organism and of the manner in which the separate components are used for maintenance, repair, growth, and reproduction. Nutrition is achieved in various ways by different forms of life. , and the environment. The company plans to invest $320 million in the unit over the next three years.
"BASF has identified plant biotechnology as the largest of five key future-growth clusters," says Dr. Hans HANS Head and Neck Support/System (brace worn by motor sport drivers; trademark of Hubbard/Downing, Inc.)
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BASF Plant Science specializes in three areas: 1) genetically enhanced crops that can better survive pests and disease, and perform under adverse environmental conditions such as drought drought, abnormally long period of insufficient rainfall. Drought cannot be defined in terms of inches of rainfall or number of days without rain, since it is determined by such variable factors as the distribution in time and area of precipitation during and before and, as a result, improve harvest yields worldwide; 2) plants that contribute to healthier human and animal nutrition through optimized composition of beneficial ingredients such as oil or protein; and, 3) plants that act as efficient "green factories" to produce valuable complex molecules, thereby reducing the cost and environmental impact of select traditional chemical processes.