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Seed Treatments

Avicta® Elite Cotton Plus with Vibrance®: Protects against early-season diseases


Gramoxone® SL 2.0: Controls a broad spectrum of weeds and grass


Besiege®: Provides long-lasting residual activity for pests


Quadris®: Provides protection with xylem-mobile systemic activity


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AgriEdge Excelsior program
AgriEdge Excelsior program

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Syngenta Agricultural Scholarship
Syngenta Agricultural Scholarship

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Syngenta Thrive Magazine

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Avicta Elite Cotton Plus with Vibrance

Avicta Elite Cotton Plus with Vibrance seed treatment provides cotton growers with top-of-the-line defense against early-season diseases, insects and nematodes.

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Good weather allowing rapid cotton planting
Cotton producers made rapid planting progress in mid-May on increased acreage, hoping the recent trend of high yields will continue in a year of low prices for all crops. Read more on progress from this Delta Farm Press story....Learn more »
ARS targets next generation AZ cotton irrigation
Due to ever tightening water supplies in the West, more attention is being focused on shifting from flood-irrigated cotton to more efficient systems, including sprinkler and buried drip systems. Read more on these systems from this Western Farm Press article....Learn more »
A sense of urgency
With U.S. cotton facing ever-stronger competition from other countries' growths and from man-made fibers, the National Cotton Council believes it is imperative that our industry increase efforts to prevent lint contamination. Find out what steps have been initiated from this Cotton Farming article....Learn more »