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Daniel Cevallos has used drip irrigation systems on almost all of his land.
You can find lots more information relating to the "Fields of the World" story in our mobile exhibition. It will be visiting over 20 Bayer sites around the world this year.
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Agriculture is in the grip of a revolution. Modern farmers are using digital information to optimize harvest yields.
After nearly six months in flight, Feras has finally arrived in Germany, where he hopes to find a better future.
Despite being allergic to dogs and cats, Jennifer can enjoy the walks with Lulu again.
Gizem Boran is training to be a chemical production technician – and enjoys repairing motors at the pump workshop.
The Varroa mite causes problems for beekeepers worldwide - Ernst Caspari’s bees in Leverkusen are also affected.
The 62-year-old Do Thi Hai checks her rice plants damaged from saltwater.
Every day, the 85-year-old Henry Cohen completes one lap after another in the pool.
Heinrich Popow is one of the world's top 100 meter sprinters and long-jumpers. But he won't allow himself to be put under pressure.
Standing at the stove all day with functional dyspepsia: Tomás Vieira shows how plant-based remedies can help.
Nemo’s Garden biospheres attach to the sea bottom and float at different depths.