Helping to grow Hawaii’s next ag generation

We applaud great people and great programs dedicated to growing Hawaii’s next ag generation, and support their efforts through grants, internships, scholarships and other programs to support ag education.

 

Bayer closes Monsanto acquisition

Bayer successfully completed the acquisition of Monsanto on Thursday...

 

Monsanto Hawaii helps local farmers succeed

In an effort to help improve farm productivity and food quality for the state of Hawaii, Monsanto remains committed to supporting local ag production...

 

Monsanto Hawaii: 50 Years of Growing and Harvesting

Hawaii’s seed production industry started in the 1960s when a top University of Hawaii plant breeder envisioned what could be a year-round growing season for seed corn. Building on the islands’ excellent growing climate, and strong agricultural expertise and infrastructure, Hawaii’s seed industry took root...

 

Monsanto Named Hawaii’s Best Place to Work 2018

For the second year in a row, Monsanto has been recognized as Hawaii’s Best Place to Work by Hawaii Business Magazine. Of the 70 organizations that made the list, Monsanto Hawaii took first place ...

 

Monsanto Hawaii Farm Stewardship Report

As part of our commitment to the islands and our pledge to transparency and dialogue, Monsanto willingly shares information about our pesticide use in Hawaii . Did you know that all agricultural users combined -- including Monsanto -- account for only about one-third of total restricted use pesticide (RUP) sold in the state.

 

Meet Melvin Cervantes: Monsanto Hawaii Nursery Supervisor

It was more than a vacation for Monsanto Hawaii nursery supervisor Melvin Cervantes. His annual trip to his hometown in Southern Luzon became and educational experience for young ag students.

 

Living 808: Women in Agriculture

There are a wide range of career paths available for women in the Agriculture today, careers here in Hawaii and across the mainland. 

 

Monsanto unveils STEM Education Center at Kunia Farm

Monsanto Hawaii officially unveiled a new STEM Education Center at its Kunia Farm on Sept 18, 2017. Created as a resource for teachers, students and other groups interested in learning more about science, the STEM Education Center aims to provide teachers with helpful...

 

Why we designated 1,500 acres as Important Agricultural Lands

The Hawaii State Land Use Commission recently approved Monsanto’s voluntary designation of more than 1,500 acres of our farmland in Hawaii as Important Agricultural Lands. This is great news for the future of local ag in Hawaii.

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