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Featured cereal products

Seeds

AgriPro®: Offers top-performing locally adapted varieties with excellent yield potential and quality

Seed Treatments

Cruiser® 5FS: Delivers superior insect protection and enhances crop vigor

CruiserMaxx® Vibrance® Cereals: Combines Cruiser Vigor RootingPower™ with broad spectrum disease protection and best-in-class Rhizoctonia activity

Vibrance® Extreme: Delivers best-in-class Rhizoctonia activity with broad spectrum disease protection and RootingPower

Herbicides

Axial® Star: Provides premium broad spectrum grass control and unparalleld kochia control

Axial® XL: Offers exceptional tank mix flexibility and consistent control of Wild Oats and Green Foxtail

Discover® NG: Provides superior grass control and tank mix flexibility in the Durum market

Sierra™: Offers cross-spectrum weed control in fields using a resistance management plan

Insecticides

Karate with Zeon Technology®: Provides long-lasting control of primary and secondary insect pests

Warrior II with Zeon Technology®: Offers broad-spectrum foliar insect control

Fungicides

Quilt®: Combines two proven brands for outstanding disease control

Quilt Xcel®: Delivers broad disease control and crop enhancement

Plant Growth Regulators

Palisade® EC: Reduces lodging and improves standability to maximize yields and protect investment

Current market information

Market Commentary

Early Grain Outlook, 7-2-15
We have uncertainty ahead. This will support prices on weakness, limiting downside potential for a while.

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Scott City, MO

Value Basis
Corn4.24 -0.05
New-Crop Corn4.12 -0.25
New-Crop Soybeans10.1 -0.2
Wheat (SRW)5.56 -0.35

Cereal and Syngenta resources

Voices 4 Wheat blog
Voices 4 Wheat blog

Hear the latest from growers Mark and Jenny Rohrich of the Northern Plains.

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Tools to grow more wheat
Tools to grow more wheat

Start strong, grow strong and yield strong with our wheat resources.

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Cereals online training module
Cereals online training module

Learn about the RootingPower benefits of Vibrance seed treatments in cereal crops.

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Root Health Online Training Module
Root health online training module

Learn the importance of root health and ways to manage root systems.

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Videos

Learn about the benefits of SY Ingmar spring wheat variety.

Hear all the ways Syngenta is investing in wheat quality.

Learn the importance of managing herbicide resistance.

Discover the benefits of SY Ovation winter wheat variety.

 
Spring wheat variety SY Ingmar Brings High Protein to the Northern Plains

Spring Wheat Variety SY Ingmar Brings High Protein to the Northern Plains

 
 
Syngenta and Wheat: A Commitment to Quality

Syngenta and Wheat: A Commitment to Quality

 
 
Managing Herbicide Resistance in Cereals

Managing Herbicide Resistance in Cereals

 
 
SY Ovation Winter Wheat Impresses in the PNW

SY Ovation Winter Wheat Impresses in the PNW

 
 
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AgriPro

AgriPro brand wheat varieties target high yield potential, good test weights, quality grain and superior disease protection.

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Learn about the latest pest and production challenges and solutions straight from the field. Hear directly from wheat growers and retailers in the Pacific Northwest, Northern Plains, Central Plains and Southern regions as they share their wheat season through photos, videos and blogs.

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News

Aphid resistant gene fails test
The quest for GE wheat was dealt another setback this month, when UK scientists revealed that an aphid-repellant wheat variety didn't hold up under field conditions. Read more on the research failure from this AgFax.com article....Learn more »
Fusarium head blight a significant issue in WI in 2015
FThe 2015 growing season has been fairly challenging for managing winter wheat diseases. Many fields we have observed have some level of disease. Fusarium head blight (FHB or scab) is the primary disease observed in all locations. Yields should be assessed now for damage by FHB to understand how much DON might be expected in grain at harvest. Read more on the significance of FHB from this Wisconsin Crop Manager article....Learn more »
Wheat stem sawfly flying
Several field reports of low numbers of wheat stem sawfly adults flying in wheat have been received from NC (Ward-Mountrail Counties between Max and Parshall), NW (McKenzie County) and SW (Sioux County) areas of North Dakota. It is important to note its presence and numbers; however, insecticide will NOT control wheat stem sawfly. Read more on these populations from this Crop & Pest Report article....Learn more »