THE PIONEER COMMITMENT TO STEWARDSHIP

ADVANCING STEWARDSHIP IS OUR WAY OF DOING BUSINESS

Learn more about our Stewardship Tactics.

Canola choices, today and for the future

Pioneer is providing leadership  to deliver productivity gains through breeding innovation, better management and access to the latest global technology in canola to maintain Australia’s competitive edge in export markets.

Industry partnerships along  the supply chain

Pioneer is committed to proactively supporting stewardship of herbicide tolerant trait production systems in canola rotations which ultimately helps to preserve market choice and market access for all industry stakeholders from ‘paddock to plate’.

STEWARDSHIP IS EVERYONE’S RESPONSIBILITY

Stewardship in sustainable  farming systems ›

  • Advancing best production  practices through stewardship  and compliance that preserves the integrity of the grains supply chain  and ensures Australian canola will be in high demand. 
  • Industry stewardship initiatives in Australia for crop protection chemicals and for seed/biotech are described  in CropLife Australia: ‘Supplying sustainability through stewardship’
  • Responsible stewardship in canola rotations helps farmers continually reduce their environmental footprint through careful application of pesticides and promotes sustainable farming methods such as strategic integrated weed management (IWM) and minimum tillage practices.

STEWARDSHIP ALONG THE SUPPLY CHAIN

  • The core stewardship principle  adopted by the Australian grains industry is that co-existence of technologies ensures growers and consumers can exercise their choice  to use new production technologies and make consumption choices.
  • Putting stewardship management practices to action along the supply chain recognises the importance  of encouraging innovation and investment in technology access, grower capability and market access for ALL key canola industry stakeholders.
  • Creating a ‘community-based’ stewardship program uses local knowledge and assures participation  of ALL key stakeholders including farmers, industry, agronomists and state agencies.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For more information view the Pioneer Herbicide Tolerance Guide