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Syngenta provides innovative tools that help our customers increase productivity in a sustainable way while improving farm profitability. We combine the broadest offerings in vegetable crop protection, seed care, seeds and traits into advanced solutions.

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Grow more vegetables grant
Grow More Vegetables Grant

Syngenta is proud to offer the Grow More Vegetables Seed Grant for schools and community organizations interested in establishing or enhancing garden programs.

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Attribute insect protection
Attribute® insect protection

Get broad-spectrum insect control and flexible weed management for maximum genetic potential.

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Full Count plant program
Full Count® Plant Program

Ensure you receive the “full count” of your plant order from our leading transplant producers.

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Syngenta Agricultural Scholarship
Syngenta Agricultural Scholarship

Learn more about and apply for the scholarship that awards students rooted in ag who pay it forward.

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Bacterial leaf blight symptoms in lettuce
Symptoms include numerous black, irregular 'greasy' lesions on leaves and can be problematic during excess rainfall or when overhead irrigation has been used extensively. The bacterium can survive on weeds and infected debris left in the field. Abandoned plantings should be thoroughly worked back into the soil to allow decomposition of infected plants. Copper fungicide applied on a regular basis may help to suppress the spread of the disease....Learn more »
Bacterial leaf blight symptoms in lettuce
Symptoms include numerous black, irregular 'greasy' lesions on leaves and can be problematic during excess rainfall or when overhead irrigation has been used extensively. The bacterium can survive on weeds and infected debris left in the field. Abandoned plantings should be thoroughly worked back into the soil to allow decomposition of infected plants. Copper fungicide applied on a regular basis may help to suppress the spread of the disease....Learn more »
Breeding sugarbeets for better resistance to curly top virus
A new sugarbeet germplasm breeding line developed by U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) scientists could usher in new varieties of the sugar crop that can better withstand the sugar beet curly top virus. Read more on the breeding line from this Farm & Ranch Guide article....Learn more »
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