Monsanto's seed and genomics segment net sales 2011-2017

Monsanto's net sales in the seeds and genomics segment from 2011 to 2017 by specialty (in million U.S. dollars)*

by M. Garside, last edited Nov 19, 2018
Monsanto's seed and genomics segment net sales 2011-2017 This statistic depicts agrochemical company Monsanto's net sales in the seed and genomics segment from 2011 to 2017, by specialty. In 2017, the corn seed and traits specialty came to approximately 6.27 billion U.S. dollars of net sales. Monsanto was an agricultural company specialized on genetically engineered seeds. The company was headquartered in St Louis, Missouri. In September 2016, Bayer finalized a deal to take Monsanto over, which was completed on June 7, 2018.
Monsanto

Monsanto was engaged in the agribusiness industry and a global leader in biotechnology. The agricultural products company was headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri and employed about 20,500 regular employees as of August 2017. Monsanto’s product portfolio contained agricultural seeds and genomics, traits and technologies, and crop protection solutions. The seeds segment included herbicide-, insect- and drought-tolerant seeds. The company provided genetically modified crops (GM crops), or in countries where the modification of plants is not adopted, Monsanto sold conventional, non-GM plants. Monsanto’s most prominent example of genetically engineered crops was ‘Roundup Ready’ soybeans and corn.

Monsanto’s specialization in genetically engineered crops was long - and still is - a topic with intense debate and has sparked a lot of controversy over the years. Thus, the planting of GM crops is allowed in the United States and Canada, but several specific crops were banned in other countries such as Germany and France. Opponents of the implementation of genetically modified crops fear that altering the genetic genome may bring unknown consequences and that it has been not researched well enough.
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Monsanto's net sales in the seeds and genomics segment from 2011 to 2017 by specialty (in million U.S. dollars)*

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Corn seed and traitsSoybean seed and traitsVegetable seedsCotton seed and traits
20176,2702,662815615
20165,8252,162801440
20155,9532,276816523
20146,4012,102867665
20136,5961,653821695
20125,8141,771851779
20114,8051,542895847
Corn seed and traitsSoybean seed and traitsVegetable seedsCotton seed and traits
20176,2702,662815615
20165,8252,162801440
20155,9532,276816523
20146,4012,102867665
20136,5961,653821695
20125,8141,771851779
20114,8051,542895847
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by M. Garside, last edited Nov 19, 2018
This statistic depicts agrochemical company Monsanto's net sales in the seed and genomics segment from 2011 to 2017, by specialty. In 2017, the corn seed and traits specialty came to approximately 6.27 billion U.S. dollars of net sales. Monsanto was an agricultural company specialized on genetically engineered seeds. The company was headquartered in St Louis, Missouri. In September 2016, Bayer finalized a deal to take Monsanto over, which was completed on June 7, 2018.
Monsanto

Monsanto was engaged in the agribusiness industry and a global leader in biotechnology. The agricultural products company was headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri and employed about 20,500 regular employees as of August 2017. Monsanto’s product portfolio contained agricultural seeds and genomics, traits and technologies, and crop protection solutions. The seeds segment included herbicide-, insect- and drought-tolerant seeds. The company provided genetically modified crops (GM crops), or in countries where the modification of plants is not adopted, Monsanto sold conventional, non-GM plants. Monsanto’s most prominent example of genetically engineered crops was ‘Roundup Ready’ soybeans and corn.

Monsanto’s specialization in genetically engineered crops was long - and still is - a topic with intense debate and has sparked a lot of controversy over the years. Thus, the planting of GM crops is allowed in the United States and Canada, but several specific crops were banned in other countries such as Germany and France. Opponents of the implementation of genetically modified crops fear that altering the genetic genome may bring unknown consequences and that it has been not researched well enough.
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