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Yara - The Water Scarcity Innovation platform achieves success

Lack of accessible fresh water is a growing global challenge that needs to be tackled. 

The ‘Water Scarcity Innovation Platform’ bundles projects aimed at helping Yara become the leading supplier of crop nutrition solutions responding to this global challenge and helping farmers maximize their use of water in agriculture.

"The Water Scarcity platform consists of different innovation projects related to Yara's product portfolio, such as the Tools and Services systems offered to customers, and research projects like 'Water Footprint' and 'Crop Nutrition Impact on water use efficiency’. The platform roadmap has a long-term vision to develop Yara as the market shaper of crop nutrition solutions responding to water scarcity issues around the globe,” explains Hans Goossens, Director of Yara Downstream New Business. 

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