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Featured Cereal Products


AgriPro®: Offers top-performing, locally-adapted varieties that target high yield potential and quality grain

Seed Treatments

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

CruiserMaxx® Vibrance® Cereals: Combines Cruiser Vigor Effect Rooting Power 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 enhanced Rooting Power


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

Axial® XL: Offers exceptional tank-mix flexibility and consistent control of wild oat and green foxtail

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

Sierra™: Offers cross-spectrum weed control for growers implementing a resistance management plan


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


Quilt®: Combines two proven brands for outstanding disease control

Quilt Xcel®: Delivers broad disease control and crop enhancement benefits

Trivapro®: Contains three active ingredients for long-lasting, broad-spectrum disease control

Plant Growth Regulator

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

Current market information

Market Commentary

Early Grain Outlook, 9-26-16
Bears will have an opportunity to talk about improving harvest weather and test their bearish expectations.

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Scott City, MO

Value Basis
Corn3.2 -0.09
New-Crop Corn3.16 -0.13
Soybeans9.46 0.01
New-Crop Soybeans9.46 0.01
Wheat (SRW)3.53 -0.43
Corn3.19 -0.1
New-Crop Corn3.19 -0.1
Soybeans9.45 0
New-Crop Soybeans9.45 0

Cereal and Syngenta Resources

Voices 4 Wheat blog
Voices 4 Wheat Blog

Follow the journey of our Voices 4 Wheat bloggers as they take you through their growing season.

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Tools to grow more wheat
Tools to Grow More Wheat

Examine the best management practices, the pests that threaten yield and the products that help grow more wheat.

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Vibrance Online Learning Module
Vibrance® Learning Module

Complete the module to learn about the impact of soilborne pathogens on root health and crop productivity in corn, soybeans and wheat.

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Syngenta Thrive
Syngenta Thrive Magazine

Get the news and information you need to succeed.

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

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Voices 4 Wheat Blog Feed

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 and Central Plains regions as they share their wheat season through photos, videos and blogs.

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Recent Posts


Improving protein content in wheat
Wheat producers in South Dakota always strive to grow a premium product. Quality in wheat often depends on test weight and protein content. Protein premiums and penalties in wheat have increased interest among wheat growers in producing a product that meets or exceeds market standards. Read more on improving protein content in wheat from this Pest & Crop Newsletter article....Learn more »
Considering wheat in wide rows?
Growers may be interested in wide-row wheat production due to reductions in equipment inventory (lack of grain drill) and to allow intercropping of soybean into wheat. With funding from the Ohio Small Grains Marketing Program and the Michigan Wheat Program, several wide-row wheat trials have been conducted. Read more on wide row production from this C.O.R.N. Newsletter article....Learn more »
Scouting winter wheat for mite pests
Winter wheat planting is underway in South Dakota. After wheat emergence, it is important to scout for brown wheat mite and wheat curl mite populations. These mites are capable of reducing wheat yields through direct feeding, and wheat curl mite is also a vector of Wheat streak mosaic virus. Read more on managing these pests from this Pest & Crop Newsletter article....Learn more »
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