Syngenta is committed to providing innovative tools that help its customers increase
productivity in a sustainable way while improving farm profitability. By combining
the broadest vegetable technology offerings in crop protection, seed care, seeds
and traits into advanced, integrated solutions, we continually put our technology
to work for you.
Rich History: Broad Vegetable Expertise
We offer our customers more than 135 years of seed industry experience established
through ROGERS® brand seed, production know-how and a deep pool of genetic capabilities.
Combined with integrated service and support at the local level, a collaborative
approach to customer relationships and unique programs and offerings, this expertise
allows us to offer a truly holistic approach to meeting customer needs throughout
the value chain.
Leading Presence: Integrated Solutions
Syngenta is committed to providing solutions that help increase productivity and
improve farm profitability while maintaining beneficial impact on land, water and
biodiversity. Backed by a powerful, integrated portfolio of solutions, we link technology,
land and people for sustainable production systems.
Unique Customer Offerings
FarMore® Technology is the first comprehensive combination of separately-registered
seed protection products, proprietary application technologies and dedicated seed
treatment services that maximize vegetable production value by enhancing performance
and quality. FarMore Technology is a portfolio of technology and product offerings
including FarMore F300 seed treatment technology, FarMore FI400 seed treatment technology
and FarMore FI500 seed treatment technology.
Strong Future: Insights and Innovation
Working in close collaboration with our industry partners, we continually look toward
the future to anticipate and meet needs across the value chain. Backed by global
resources that include an investment of more than $3.9 million daily in research
and development, Syngenta brings to market innovative solutions that help to ensure
high value vegetable crops reach their full genetic potential.