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Customer-Driven Innovation to Help Growers Succeed

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Simplifying Grower's Lives

At Stoller, we know farmers face ongoing critical moments throughout each growing season where they must make the right choices to ensure their crops’ success. And it seems like external pressures from pests, disease, and dynamic climate conditions are only making those decisions more critical.

Our fully integrated R&D team consists of more than 300 employees in 27 different countries around the world, working closely with local growers so they can see their fields first-hand and provide the relevant, targeted solutions they need most.

Maximizing Plant Quality & Yield Potential

Growers must optimize their crops’ performance to enhance quality and yield each year. They can’t settle for anything less than strong starts and consistent performance that can be seen in their crops’ quality and yield at the end of each and every season. Stoller constantly innovates with growers’ needs in mind, with a focused approach that anticipates environmental changes, technological advancements, and shifting agricultural practices, so the company can provide practical and timely solutions for all the scenarios growers will face in the field today, and in the future.

The Right Partner with the Right Innovation

With more than 50 years of experience in innovation that supports what plants need, Stoller® can offer the solutions and knowledge to help your crop reach its potential.
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We're here for every step of your growing season.

Starting with our deep understanding of plant physiology, we know how a plant grows, develops, and interacts with its surroundings. This allows our researchers to develop solutions that growers need to reach higher-quality and higher-yielding crops – no matter what unpredictable weather patterns or environmental conditions arise.

Contact Stoller to learn more about how our research and development professionals combine our rich history and understanding of plant physiology to help growers succeed.

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