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BASF hosts Canola Renewable Fuels Summit

The summit emerges as a meeting point for sharing insights, exploring sustainable practices and shaping the future of these intertwined sectors.

On February 6, BASF welcomed over 50 representatives from the canola and renewable fuels industries to its Center for Sustainable Agriculture for the Canola Renewable Fuels Summit. The event, featuring speakers from various industry leaders including BASF, S&P Global, ADM, Marathon Petroleum, and others, focused on the future of renewable fuels and its impact on the canola industry.

Bryan Perry, Head of U.S. Seeds and Traits at BASF, emphasized the company's commitment to sustainable practices and the importance of understanding market trajectories for canola and renewable fuels. The summit served as a platform for professionals from both industries to share insights and strategies.

The event saw a diverse group of attendees, including canola retailers from across the United States. Greg Engel, a territory seed representative from Wilbur-Ellis Company, highlighted the value of the diverse industry representation and the critical information shared at the summit, which is vital for the direction of both the canola and renewable fuels markets.

BASF showcased its dedication to supporting farmers with its canola portfolio, including InVigor® canola, crop protection products, and digital farming tools. The InVigor canola offers farmers in the northern United States solutions to challenges in growing and harvesting, disease management, and profitability. The summit underscored BASF's role as an industry leader in canola and its commitment to advancing renewable fuels.

The Canola Renewable Fuels Summit reflects BASF's ongoing efforts to contribute to a sustainable future in agriculture and fuel production, aligning with the company's broader commitment to innovation and environmental stewardship.

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