We are a company committed to creating holistic solutions to the big challenges facing agriculture. We currently provide seeds for fruits, vegetables and staples like corn and soybeans that can help fight off disease, pests and drought, which can wipe out harvests. We develop crop protection products to help keep crops safe from attacks.

And we are collecting and finding new ways to use data to solve day-to-day problems on the farm, such as tracking weather conditions in the fields and finding the optimal times for watering. Here in Puerto Rico, at Monsanto Caribe, our operations consist of:

  • Multi-Season Program – The cultivation of corn for Hybrid Make-up as well as different soy projects. These are sent to different testing locations principally to the USA. The process is generally performed between the months of October and March.
  • Cotton and Soy Trait Integration – The process of combining the best characteristics or genetic traits, in cotton and soy crops to improve the benefits in costs, and in the production for farmers.
  • Manufacturing – The cultivation of soy, corn and sorghum grow-outs during three annual cycles. Soy generally grows from November to February (1st cycle) and February to May (2nd cycle). Sorghum and corn grow outs generally have a window from November to February.

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    Does glyphosate cause cancer?

    About Does glyphosate cause cancer?

    A large long-term study on the use of the weed killer glyphosate by agricultural workers in the United States has found no link between exposure to the pesticide and cancer.
    This study was published by the the Journal of the National Cancer Institute (JNCI) in November 2017. The study found there was no association between glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto’s popular herbicide RoundUp, and cancer.
    The research is part of a large and important project known as the Agricultural Health Study (AHS), which has been tracking the health of tens of thousands of agricultural workers, farmers and their families in Iowa and North Carolina.
    Since the early 1990s, it has gathered and analyzed detailed information on the health of participants and their families, and their use of pesticides, including glyphosate.

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    ¿El glifosato causa cáncer?

    About ¿El glifosato causa cáncer?

    Un gran estudio a largo plazo sobre el uso del herbicida glifosato por los trabajadores agrícolas en los Estados Unidos no encontró relación alguna entre la exposición al herbicida y el cáncer.
    Este estudio fue publicado en el “Journal of the National Cancer Institute” (JNCI) en noviembre de 2017. El estudio encontró que no hay asociación entre el glifosato, el ingrediente activo en el popular herbicida Roundup® de Monsanto, y el cáncer.
    La investigación es parte de un gran e importante proyecto conocido como el “Agricultural Health Study” (AHS), que ha estado dando seguimiento a la salud de decenas de miles de trabajadores agrícolas, agricultores y sus familias en Iowa y Carolina del Norte.
    Desde principios de la década de 1990, reunió y analizó información detallada sobre la salud de los participantes y sus familias, y sobre el uso de plaguicidas, incluyendo el glifosato.

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2201 North Sam Houston Pkwy
Mark Blvd, Peach Street
Seattle, WA, 66214

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+1 (666) 777 9999, +33 (0)143 31 0035
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