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Featured citrus products

Herbicides

Gramoxone® SL 2.0: Provides effective broad‐spectrum burndown weed control

Insecticides

Agri-Flex®: Protects against the three most damaging pests of citrus foliage and fruit

Agri-Mek® SC: Sets the industry standard for mite control

Voliam Flexi®: Provides excellent residual control

Fungicides

Graduate A+®: Controls resistant molds and decay

Quadris Top®: Serves as an industry-leading disease control option

Ridomil Gold® SL: Provides unsurpassed protection for soil-borne diseases

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Citrus product portfolio
Citrus product portfolio

Minimize diseases, insects and weeds with our portfolio of leading products.

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Citrus Greening
Citrus greening

Learn about ways to fight citrus greening and the vector that spreads it.

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Syngenta Agricultural Scholarship
Syngenta Agricultural Scholarship

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News

Citrus greening in 80 percent of FL trees, growers say
Florida's citrus growers say as much as 90 percent of their acreage and 80 percent of their trees are infected by the greening disease, which is making a huge dent in the state's $10.7 billion citrus industry. Read more on the rates from this Southeast Farm Press article....Learn more »
Citrus greening in 80 percent of FL trees, growers say
Florida's citrus growers say as much as 90 percent of their acreage and 80 percent of their trees are infected by the greening disease, which is making a huge dent in the state's $10.7 billion citrus industry. Read more on the rates from this Southeast Farm Press article....Learn more »
Fungus causes FL's oranges to fall early
The rainy, foggy days, brought on by El Nino weather patterns, have caused the spread of a fungal disease which is causing Florida's oranges to drop from the trees prematurely. The fungal disease, PFD, or post bloom fruit drop is affecting all types of orange trees statewide. Read more on the disease from this Fresh Plaza article....Learn more »
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