Corteva outlines plans to invest in technology

Corteva outlines plans to invest in technology
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Corteva Agriscience, the agriculture services company created by the 2017 merger of Dow and DuPont, is honing its focus on providing products and services to farmers as it prepares to become a stand-alone company by mid-2019, the company’s leaders said recently.

“The purpose of this organization is to get the best technology, whether that’s seed genetics, traits, crop protection or digital product, in the hands of our customers,” said Judd O’Connor, Corteva vice president for the North America region. “We want to concentrate on the ag space and offer the ...

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