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The agricultural giant spun off from DowDuPont in 2019 works closely with development agency USAID in Africa and Asia. By improving yields and sustainability practices for small farmers there, including through its drought resistant and heat-tolerant seeds, Corteva has helped boost incomes and food security. Its latest goal: helping half a billion small farmers worldwide increase productivity by up to 300% by 2030.
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