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    World of Farming

    With vision and precision: What plant breeding can achieve for sustainable agriculture.

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More pollen shedding, less infection risk

The future hybrid rye portfolio of KWS is adapted to the new ergot thresholds of the European Union from July 2024.

Low input, high output

Low input, high output

KWS focuses on varieties that are suitable for cultivation under low-input conditions.

Rolf Sommer

Small crops, big impact

Catch crops such as oil radish, mustard and legumes make an important contribution to more sustainable agriculture.


Making storm for stable corn

KWS uses helicopters to test the standability of corn varieties.


Profit from pests

For testing and research activities, KWS's phytopathologists cultivate numerous pathogens and insects.


Bio? Logical!

KWS develops biological seed coatings for sugarbeet and other crops.


Spotlight on sorghum

Sorghum is developing into an interesting alternative for grain and silage corn and could become even more important in the course of climate change.


Big chance for small crops

KWS sees enormous potential for peas and other protein plants


From fiction to field

KWS is testing robotic systems for mechanical weed control in sugar beet


With organic to more sustainability

KWS develops organic varieties that will complement the established conventional portfolio in the future.


Fight against pathogens

Breeders at KWS are successfully working on the development of Cercospora-tolerant sugarbeet varieties that offer high yields.


Robots in the greenhouse

In researching the complex trait drought stress, KWS is using a sophisticated system for phenotyping corn and sugarbeet plants.

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