Syngenta in the US

Our Commitment to Sustainability

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At Syngenta, we believe farmers can produce enough to meet the world’s growing demand for food, feed, fiber and fuel while safeguarding the environment for future generations.

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Agriculture

Seeds
Seeds

Browse our portfolio of corn and soybean seed products

Crop Protection
Crop Protection

Control damaging pests and improve yield potential

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Seed Treatment

Combat insects, disease and nematodes for optimum performance

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Farm Management

Enhance productivity and profitability with these resources


Lawn & Garden

Turf & Landscape
Turf & Landscape

Manage operations in any outdoor setting

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Flowers, Home & Garden
Flowers, Home & Garden

View our greenhouse, retail and landscape offerings

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Professional Pest Management

Manage pests in residential and commercial structures

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Qualify now for yearlong rebates

The Good Growth Plan

Earn at least $200 in Base Rebates by March 31 to qualify for the PestPartners 365 Program. Plus, earn a cockroach gel bait bonus for extra savings.

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The Good Growth Plan

The Good Growth Plan

Every day, our planet wakes with more than 200,000 additional mouths to feed and more farmland lost to erosion. Many people who produce the world‘s food are living in poverty, while biodiversity is disappearing fast. We have a plan to meet these challenges: The Good Growth Plan. Its mission is to improve the sustainability of agriculture and our business through six commitments to be achieved by 2020.

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Bringing Plant Potential to Life

Bringing Plant Potential to Life

We help plants reach their full potential so our customers can reach theirs – in the laboratory, on the farm, across America and around the world.

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Top Stories From Thrive

Seedcare Platform Specialist Joe Kuznia (right) discusses application best practices with customers during introductory application training at the Seedcare Institute in Stanton, Minnesota.

Syngenta Products Offer Benefits That Generics Don't

At Syngenta, brand names are backed by $1.3 billion in annual research and development and a steadfast dedication to customer service.

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, Zach Langford and Morgan McKenna, both Syngenta sales reps; Cody Hoffman, CPS sales rep; and Matt Yeomans, harvesting supervisor at A. Duda and Sons, Inc.

The Citrus Scouting Internship Program Helps Launch Ag Careers

A Syngenta internship program has proved to be an important stepping stone for college students and a source of important information for growers.

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An Integrated Strategy Helps Counter Weed Resistance

The right mix of old and new technologies is key to combatting the development of weed resistance and preserving the tools growers need.

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News

Syngenta recommends overlapping residuals for season-long waterhemp management
Due to the expanding threat of resistant waterhemp, Syngenta urges corn and soybean growers to prepare a management strategy that includes overlapping residual herbicides with multiple, effective modes of action (MOAs) for the upcoming growing season. Learn More »
Syngenta acquires FarmShots, Inc., high-resolution satellite imagery innovator
Syngenta today announced it has acquired FarmShots, Inc., a North Carolina-based innovator of high-resolution satellite imagery that detects plant health by analyzing absorbed light from field images. Learn More »
Illinois grower wins state yield contests with NK® varieties
Dan Luepkes had much to celebrate at the end of 2017, securing two first-place rankings in the Illinois Soybean Association (ISA) yield contest. Learn More »