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Featured Soybean Products


NK® Soybeans: Offers top-performing soybean varieties

Seed Treatments

Avicta® Complete Beans 500 with Vibrance®: Provides triple pest protection in early growth stages

Clariva® Complete Beans: Offers early-season pest protection plus season-long activity against SCN

CruiserMaxx® Beans with Vibrance®: Delivers best-in-class insect and disease protection

Mertect® 340-F: Protects against sudden death syndrome and other diseases


Boundary® 6.5 EC: Provides excellent resistance management and weed control

BroadAxe® XC: Controls a full range of broadleaf and grass weeds

Flexstar® GT 3.5: Manages weeds resistant to glyphosate and ALS-inhibitors

Prefix®: Offers early-season weed control for cleaner fields


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

Besiege®: Provides dual-action protection against lepidopteran pests

Endigo® ZC: Controls pests with three industry-leading technologies


Quadris Top® SBX: Offers powerful disease control, even of resistant frogeye leaf spot

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

Current market information

Market Commentary

Early Grain Outlook, 8-29-16
Additional weakness is a reasonable expectation, but not all reasonable things actually happen in this business.

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Scott City, MO

Value Basis
Corn3.15 0.03
New-Crop Corn3.09 -0.12
Soybeans9.99 0.35
New-Crop Soybeans9.8 0.16
Wheat (SRW)3.58 -0.13
Corn3.07 -0.05
Soybeans9.84 0.01
New-Crop Soybeans9.74 0.1

Soybean and Syngenta Resources

Trivapro® Fungicide

Take disease control and crop enhancement into overtime.

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Seed Guide
2017 Syngenta Seed Guides 

Find varieties for your local growing area.

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Tools to Grow More Soybeans
Tools to Grow More Soybeans

Learn about the best management practices, pests that threaten yield and products that can help you grow more soybeans.

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Vibrance 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 Magazine
Syngenta Thrive Magazine

Get the news and information you need to succeed.

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NK Soybeans

Learn how NK Soybeans push the limits of yield through best-in-class genetics and traits.

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Soybean Portfolio Guide
Soybean Portfolio Guide

See how our portfolio of seed, seed treatments and crop protection products can help you grow more soybeans.

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Quadris Top SBX<sup>®</sup>
Quadris Top SBX® Fungicide vs. Generic Azoxystrobin

The proof is in the field. Two modes of action outperform generic azoxystrobin.

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Recent posts


Three-quarters of U.S. corn crop good to excellent
More than half the U.S. corn crop is in the dough stage and eight percent of it is mature. The USDA's Ag Statistics Service says three-quarters of the crop is good to excellent. Read more on conditions of soybeans and wheat from this Brownfield Ag News story....Learn more »
Video: Bean leaf beetle pod feeding
Soybeans, especially late-planted or late-maturing beans, should be monitored for bean leaf beetle feeding damage to pods. Pest managers have been noting bean leaf beetle feeding on foliage and are concerned about pod damage. Watch a video on identifying the problem and making management decisions in this Pest & Crop Newsletter....Learn more »
Brown marmorated stink bug detected in MN soybean
The brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB) was recently detected for the first time in Minnesota soybean. A single adult specimen was collected in sweep net samples from a soybean field in Dakota County on August 17, 2016. Read more on the detection from this Minnesota Crop News article....Learn more »
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