Anheuser-Busch: Rice Farmers Saved 2 Billion Gallons of Water

July 1, 2020 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


Anheuser-Busch and sustainable agriculture company Indigo Agriculture formed a partnership in 2019 to deliver 2.2 million bushels of rice that would use less water, less nitrogen, and produce fewer greenhouse gas emissions compared to historical county averages. Farmers used Indigo’s microbial products, conservation management practices as well as Indigo Marketplace and Indigo Transport to help improve efficiencies.



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