Best practices to address water scarcity in agriculture

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In recent years, episodes of drought and heatwaves have been increasing in both frequency and intensity. For farmers, it becomes necessary to adapt their agricultural practices. Cultivating with less water requires a balance that is not always easy to reach.

In our white paper, we provide solutions to achieve this.

Find the best practices for production when water is scarce

Regardless of the production zone, water is a precious resource for crops. Even if the water shortage only lasts for a few days, it can be enough to disrupt the plant’s functioning and, consequently, penalize the final yield.

Choosing crops that are less water-intensive emerges as a comprehensive strategy. However, succeeding in cultivating with less water also addresses climate and regulatory challenges: ensuring the food autonomy of entire territories, preserving an increasingly scarce resource, and meeting specifications that aim to produce more and better with less.

As we said, attain this balance is not always easy. This is why we, as experts in the fight of drought stress on broad acre crops, provide you the solutions reach your goals and secure your yields.

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broad acre crops, Maize and wheat

Table of Contents of our white paper

  • Plants and their natural defense mechanisms
  • Opt for varieties or species less sensitive to water stress
  • Leverage all agronomic techniques available
  • Optimize irrigation management
  • Use biostimulants

Discover our solutions to help your crops fight drought stress