Solutions for sugarbeet growers

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seed, seed treatment, fungicide and herbicide solutions
for sugarbeets. We are committed to helping you achieve comprehensive root health and minimize damage
from yield-robbing pests and diseases so you can grow
more sugar.

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Featured Sugarbeet Products


Hilleshög®: Delivers reliable disease tolerance and strong yield potential

Seed Treatments

CruiserMaxx® Sugarbeets: Increases stand, vigor and yield potential through a combination of separately registered products

Clariva® pn: Delivers season-long nematode activity via a unique mode of action


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

Sequence®: Delivers broad-spectrum control of more than 100 weeds in glyphosate-tolerant crops


Inspire® XT: Delivers superior control of Cercospora leaf spot and powdery mildew

Quadris®: Provides optimal, long-lasting protection against Rhizoctonia and powdery mildew


Sugarbeet and Syngenta Resources

Tools to Grow More Sugar
Tools to Grow More Sugar

An agronomic solutions resource that details best practices to help you grow more sugar.

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AgriEdge Excelsior program
AgriEdge Excelsior Program

Improve productivity with an integrated approach to farm management.

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Syngenta Thrive Magazine
Syngenta Thrive Magazine

Get the news and information you need to succeed.

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Know More,Grow More
Know More, Grow More

Receive the latest agronomic insights to maximize your fields’ potential.

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Our Hilleshög brand varieties deliver market-leading disease tolerance and strong emergence adapted to your local growing conditions to maximize field performance.

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Sugarbeet growers in epic battle with their nemesis, cercospora beticola
Early planting and favorable growing conditions resulted in early row closure and the potential for a high yielding sugarbeet crop. The environmental conditions were also favorable for early infection and rapid development of a high population of overwintering Cercospora beticola, the causal agent for Cercospora leaf spot. Read more on the battle with the disease from this Crop & Pest Report article....Learn more »
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