Syngenta and No-Till Farmer magazine recognized four innovators during the recent 25th National No-Till Conference.
What will agriculture look like at the century’s midpoint? Based on current trends, experts are anticipating some major changes for the ag sector.
Growers need a multifaceted approach to prevent and manage the costly challenges posed by weeds.
Grape growing and winemaking are the bonds that keep this family succeeding in the ag industry.
A breakthrough fungicide is helping growers of one of America’s favorite foods combat tough diseases, even in challenging conditions.
Enogen corn helps farmers become enzyme suppliers to the ethanol industry, which continues to expand and innovate.
Syngenta demonstration site in Pana, Illinois, helps retailers and growers make informed management decisions.
Trivapro fungicide is positioned to become a staple in many growers’ disease-control programs, because it offers powerful, long-lasting protection.
The 2017 Syngenta Wheat Summit showcased solutions that are transforming this important cereals crop.
Splitting life between Washington, D.C., and a Montana ranch helps this Syngenta leader remain connected to the industry she supports.
This insecticide offers broad-spectrum, extended control of pests.
A multipartner alliance is improving landscapes to provide habitats for pollinators and other local wildlife.
The Trump administration may embrace a range of policies that will have far-reaching effects on the ag industry.
Get set for a new trade-show immersive experience that goes from seed to harvest.
Grow More Experience sites offer expert agronomic knowledge tailored to local growing conditions.
Enogen Feed corn offers excellent yield potential and may enhance the digestibility of grain for cattle.
After fifteen years of research and development, a powerful new active ingredient is now available in four separate product offerings.
Based on current developments, experts predict dramatic changes in agriculture by 2050.
Crop inputs, such as fungicides, are often a winning proposition, even during a period of low commodity prices.
Syngenta scientists use advanced analytics to help soybean growers sleep better.
Her expansive and successful career gives Thomas plenty of experience to share with the next generation of ag pros.
As an agricultural journalist, Smith is dedicated to helping growers solve problems.
Share how your agricultural roots are helping you, your family and your community thrive, and you might win a prize.
Growing up on a farm, Banks’ involvement in ag began at a very young age and still continues today.
Agronomy service and training are guided by values learned on the family farm.
Partners create powerful, farmer-friendly crop management software.
Interest in her grandfather’s citrus grove helped this Syngenta scientist develop a passion for the agriculture industry.
Atrazine and other triazine herbicides benefit the environment and the U.S. economy.
Many growers rely on atrazine, a herbicide supported by thousands of scientific studies, as a mainstay of their crop production practices.
Given the pervasive threat of resistance, corn growers should take a strong, proactive approach when it comes to managing weeds.
Invigorated by the science of soil, Kirkbride puts his knowledge to use to help growers and retailers.
A Syngenta global leader builds relationships based on values, collaboration and trust.
This glyphosate-tolerant corn herbicide continues to be a mainstay of weed management programs.
Industry involvement helps this Syngenta sales rep inspire the future women of agriculture.
As millennials prepare to become the principal operators on many farms, new research sheds light on their approach to farm management.
A one-of-a-kind combination of four active ingredients helps build stronger, more robust roots in potatoes.
Syngenta has a major initiative to train its internal teams to better meet the needs of millennial resellers and growers.
The 2016 #RootedinAg contest winner works to reinvent the family farm and better her community.
The agribusiness company believes that partnerships are fundamental for innovation.
Meeting the needs of customers and seed treaters is the main focus of employees at the North America Seedcare Institute in Stanton, Minnesota.
The Seedcare Institute gives visitors the chance to see and experience the latest developments in seed treatment technology.
A new era of U.S.-Cuba relations presents opportunities and challenges for U.S. agriculture.
Syngenta sales leaders agree product value, training and partnerships are paramount in 2017.
Despite facing production challenges in 2016, many corn and soybean growers across the Midwest had abundant harvests.
Yield results show the effectiveness of this breakthrough fungicide.
Growers need to adopt best weed management practices to preserve valuable technologies.
This farm boy at heart has a passion for helping customers succeed.
Organization empowers farmers to tell their stories to consumers.
Gender barriers are disappearing for young women interested in agriculture.
Soybean Cyst Nematode is top pathogen in soybean crop losses.
Syngenta Sustainable Solutions initiatives help growers tell the story of their farms in a meaningful way to downstream companies and consumers.
New varieties address regional challenges to a successful harvest.
The new “FarmHer” TV series spotlights the legacy of women in American agriculture and their growing role on the nation’s farms.
Orondis Opti fungicide premix helps growers manage downy mildew and late blight.
Minecto Pro offers broad-spectrum control of lepidopteran pests, as well as mites, thrips and difficult-to-control sucking insects.
Female voices are leading critical conversations about crop productivity and best management practices.
Effects of underground pests can go unnoticed until it’s too late.
Growers should take proactive measures to manage costly soybean cyst nematodes, which may have developed resistance to soybean varieties commonly used to control them.
A Super Bowl commercial inspires the founder of FarmHer to create an online community that celebrates women in agriculture.
High school teachers gain real-world experience they can share in the classroom through the Syngenta Summer Fellowship Program.
The annual Voice of Customer survey helps Syngenta deliver exceptional programs and services to its reseller customers.
To balance environmental protection with agricultural needs and food security, cooperation is crucial.
While adoption of new technologies is expected to quicken, collaborative relationships on the farm will continue to define agriculture.
The Syngenta whole-farm management program combines secure data management, cutting-edge product choices and reliable on-farm service.
Drones are poised to have a major impact on farm production as a relatively inexpensive way to monitor crops.
Avicta Elite Cotton Plus with Vibrance seed treatment provides extended protection against a wide range of seedborne and soilborne diseases.
Improvements to marginal, less productive land can help pollinators flourish.
The Good Growth Plan is making important progress on feeding a growing population, while also protecting the environment.
Syngenta scientist commits her career to innovative ag technologies and the understanding of their safety.
A new television series continues to shine the spotlight on women, whose roles on and off the farm are invaluable to agriculture.
Founder and president of FarmHer expands her mission to honor women in ag with the launch of a new RFD-TV show.
Syngenta unveils a new green pepper that offers growers, grocery-store retailers and consumers benefits they can see—and taste.
Tapping into its global pool of genetics, Syngenta unveils new high-performing corn hybrids for the 2017 growing season.
Syngenta uses advanced analytics to deliver top-end soybeans to growers.
A farmer reveals the story behind the image that won the #NotAfraidtoWork photo contest.
R.D. Offutt Company, America’s largest potato grower, is turning nearly 1,200 acres into a refuge for pollinators.
Growers who safeguard valuable seed and trait technologies will help them remain effective for the long term.
Managing soybean cyst nematodes effectively requires a proactive strategy.
Even when commodity prices are low, top-end seeds are often worth the investment.
Syngenta has a wide corn portfolio that gives growers the chance to plant numerous hybrids for risk mitigation.
Agri-Mek SC offers excellent knockdown and long-lasting residual control of spider mites in soybeans.
AgriEdge Excelsior management solutions provide valuable insights to growers.
The Grow More Experience program will expand in 2016, building on the its successful 2015 season.
Now available, Acuron Flexi offers flexibility to growers in geographies where weeds are becoming harder to manage.
Ag Connections designed the technology that drives the Syngenta whole-farm management program to meet a wide range of growers’ needs.
Syngenta showcases practical, profitable solutions tailored to local growing conditions at locations around the country.
A unique in-seed technology that enhances ethanol production is quickly gaining widespread acceptance.
The Syngenta formulation team delivers innovative products to help growers manage their most difficult crop production challenges.
Enogen corn enzyme technology benefits ethanol plants, corn growers and America’s rural communities.
New planters promise to supercharge the planting process, but they also need inputs designed for application at faster rates.
For Eichorn, involvement in ag organizations and his role-model dad instilled the importance of trusted relationships.
Thrive contest winner embraces her agricultural roots and inspires many other young women to do the same.
Founder of modern plant biotech continues to lead the field as a mentor.
Syngenta Agricultural Scholarship winner plans to use his agricultural roots to help feed the world.
Ballista LFC offers broad-spectrum performance against damaging soil insects in corn.
Syngenta announces the coming release of Force Evo for control of corn rootworm and early-season pests.
To help ensure the fundamental role of ethanol, Syngenta makes another major contribution to the Prime the Pump Fund.
South Florida extension agent dedicates his career to helping vegetable growers manage weed, insect and disease resistance.
New Syngenta series showcases individuals in agriculture whose hard work and determination are helping to secure a better future.
New Syngenta series showcases individuals in agriculture whose hard work and determination are helping to secure a better future.
Share how your agricultural roots are helping you, your family and your community thrive, and you might win a prize.
Ag Connections' agricultural roots are apparent at the company’s headquarters, two converted barns in rural Kentucky.
Syngenta Agricultural Scholarship winners contribute ideas for the long-term success of The Good Growth Plan.
Grant packages will help honorees educate their communities about the benefits of growing and eating fresh vegetables.
Young adults interested in a career in agriculture should prepare themselves by pursuing a broad, skills-based education.
On-farm testing provides useful insights into how new products perform under local conditions.
Beginning in 2017, growers will have access to Artesian hybrids with additional genes for water optimization.
The proposed acquisition of Syngenta by ChemChina will allow growers to continue benefitting from choice in the marketplace.
A college education in an ag-related field can be an important first step toward a fulfilling career in agriculture.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership offers some major wins for agriculture, but it also raises some concerns.
Syngenta is taking a new approach to handling and stewarding grain from hybrids containing Agrisure Duracade.
At Syngenta, Teresa McNeal has realized her dream of combining her talent for sales and marketing with her love of agriculture.
Seeing is believing for growers who applied the innovative corn herbicide on their acreage last year.
From state-of-the-art research to nonstop support, branded products offer multiple benefits that generics don’t.
To mark the 15th anniversary of Syngenta, the co-leaders of the North America region reflect on the company’s journey so far—and the exciting road ahead.
After selecting seeds and battling weather extremes, growers across the Corn Belt and in the South assess the success of the 2015 season.
Chief Agri/Industrial Division will offer Enogen corn growers rebates on stiffened grain bins and other equipment.
Management solutions offer new hope in the annual battle against insidious pests.
Embracing diversity and inclusion helps drive success.
Halex GT delivers results growers can count on and protects yield from weed competition when used early post-emergence.
Syngenta researchers are developing hybrid wheat in a quest to help boost yields.
The 2015 Professional Farm Manager of the Year has extensive industry knowledge and outstanding communication skills.
Brooke Achenbach’s education and experience have helped her succeed in a variety of “big-picture” roles at Syngenta.
Syngenta works with growers and resellers to meet the needs of a dynamic industry.
Legacy issues are likely to affect agricultural policies during this election year.
An active pipeline of research and development propels Syngenta—and the industry—forward.
In a new video, Syngenta leaders outline their plan for continued growth and innovation in the U.S. marketplace.
The company’s work in soybeans wins a major international prize for using data analytics and applied mathematics to help accelerate genetic gain.
During its first commercial season on farms, Acuron corn herbicide delivered on its promise to control tough weeds.
Whether on the farm or in their seed sales business, the Dean family works and learns together.
Attending trade shows and conferences is an excellent way to find out what’s new in the agricultural marketplace and at Syngenta.
Mary-Dell Chilton, a science fellow at Syngenta, is inducted into the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Hall of Heroes for her accomplishments.
The Customer Service Team at Syngenta gives growers and resellers the timely support and answers they need.
Growers share their successes with Acuron corn herbicide during the 2015 season.
Syngenta soybean breeding team wins award for using mathematics and technologies to develop higher-yielding soybean varieties.
Greater than expected corn rootworm pressure in 2015 could cause problems in 2016.
A multifaceted solution helps growers win the battle against soybean cyst nematode and sudden death syndrome.
Through monetary contributions and a Community Garden Project, Syngenta and its employees are helping to reduce food insecurity.
Syngenta revs up its support of ethanol and local FFA chapters at Iowa NASCAR race.
Soybean breeders use analytical tools to target traits that can contribute to higher-yielding varieties.
Growers need to take proactive steps to preserve the effectiveness of SCN-resistant soybean varieties.
Agrisure Artesian corn hybrids help corn optimize the use of available water all season long.
Grow More Experience Site showcases keys to healthier crops and higher corn and soybean yield potential.
The breakthrough fungicide gives growers of a dozen major crops a superior, longer-lasting disease control option.
The latest fungicide from Syngenta offers outstanding control of soil and foliar diseases.
Thrive reveals which readers have come up with the right answers in our 2015 monthly Scavenger Hunt.
New seed treatment will help sugarbeet growers increase their stands and yields by protecting their crop against Rhizoctonia.
Syngenta experts assess the toll aflatoxins can take on crops and prescribe preventive measures that can help minimize the damage.
Syngenta researchers reflect on the discovery and development efforts that have contributed to the success of Artesian corn hybrids.
A new rule within the Clean Water Act is proving controversial and worrisome to many growers and ag professionals.
Syngenta Seedcare advancements demonstrate the company’s long-term customer commitment.
Syngenta has the right product for every acre and a robust pipeline of innovative products.
Syngenta researchers have developed Solatenol-based fungicides, which offer cutting-edge solutions for today’s toughest diseases.
The first HPPD inhibitor for use in tree nuts, stone fruit and citrus is now available to growers.
Corn rootworm is a costly, sometimes hard-to-detect pest that requires an integrated pest-management approach for effective control.
Grow More Experience Sites offer resellers and growers a chance to see the effectiveness of Syngenta technologies firsthand.
The Syngenta Good Growth Through Advanced Analytics program has won this year’s prestigious Franz Edelman Award.
Avicta Complete Corn with Vibrance protects against nematodes and early-season insects and diseases.
With locally adapted corn hybrids and soybean varieties, growers can select the right Syngenta seed for every field.
Diversity and inclusion are powerful resources that will fuel the long-term vitality of the ag workforce.
Mary-Dell Chilton is inducted into the National Inventers Hall of Fame for her work that led to the development of the first transgenic plant.
Trade shows offer customers a chance to preview the latest Syngenta technologies and the opportunity to make or renew valuable partnerships.
Acuron corn herbicide, which features four active ingredients, including new bicyclopyrone, receives EPA registration.
The Grow More Vegetables Seed Grant Program helps schools and community programs provide hands-on experiences with gardening.
Leadership at its Best gives growers and retailers the skills they need to advocate for agriculture more effectively.
Syngenta technology professionals are working on an industry project, known as SPADE, that will power a huge leap forward for agriculture.
Enogen corn enzyme technology simplifies stewardship and delivers quality grain that enhances ethanol production.
Syngenta is committed to privacy and has safeguards in place that put growers in control of their data.
An integrated, multi-pronged approach to managing corn can improve grain quality and maximize ethanol production.
Neonicotinoids’ targeted application and reduced environmental impact make them a vital part of modern IPM.
Syngenta has partnered with many ag organizations to help develop their members’ leadership skills through its Leadership at its Best program.
Syngenta offers a robust pipeline of new products and whole-farm solutions to its reseller and grower partners.
Mertect 340-F fungicide seed treatment provides proven, effective sudden death syndrome protection in soybeans.
Despite media reports, new studies indicate that bee populations are increasing and that many environmental factors affect bee health.
AgriEdge Excelsior, a whole-farm management program, expands nationwide, helping more growers boost their productivity.
Resistance Fighter of the Year Leadership members come from a number of professional backgrounds and from different parts of the country.
New research reinforces the value and safety of neonicotinoids, providing a better understanding of their major economic and social impact.
Syngenta uses its Good Growth Plan to address the daunting challenge of feeding the world’s growing global population.
Syngenta makes seed donations to a rehabilitation program for youth and an Auburn University agronomy club.
A cross-company collaboration at Syngenta will result in giving growers a new weapon to combat resistant weeds in 2015.
The approval covers corn grain and processing byproducts, such as dried distillers grains (DDGs), for food and feed use.
Transportation systems that move agricultural products are often outdated and require improvements.
Eric Tedford, technical lead for fungicides, Syngenta, uncovers a border and alleys effect with smaller field trial plots.
Robert Regenwether, accredited farm manager and rural appraiser, honored with 2014 Professional Farm Manager of the Year award.
Research shows that, upon registration, a herbicide in the Syngenta pipeline will offer new hope in the annual battle against weeds.
A Syngenta manufacturing plant helps ensure retailers and growers receive timely shipments of high-quality brands.
Success in the fields is based on a series of small choices.
The herbicide provides broad-spectrum residual control of a full range of tough broadleaf and grass weeds.
Syngenta recognizes the inaugural grand prizewinners of the national Syngenta Agricultural Scholarship essay contest.
Syngenta adds two new agronomic role models to its Resistance Fighter of the Year Leadership Program.
Avicta Complete Corn with Vibrance helps plants get off to a healthy start, boosting their yield potential.
Commercial and home garden vegetable teams are bringing breeding breakthroughs to market.
Syngenta reaches out to a new generation of home gardeners through container gardening.
Storing harvested grain may offer convenience and increase marketing opportunities, but there are several factors to consider.
By combining Enogen corn with Cellerate technology, ethanol plants can see a significant improvement in ethanol yields.
Manage the billion-dollar pest in soybeans with technologies that promote root health.
Syngenta and Delta F.A.R.M. team up to create sites to foster pollinator health in the Mississippi Delta.
The 2014 farm bill overhauls the federal government’s policies governing agriculture, creating a new regulatory landscape.
Comprehensive seed treatments help boost yield potential by protecting high-tech traits from pests and diseases.
Seed treatments have become an indispensable strategy to protect early-season crops.
Syngenta Seedcare Institutes share best practices for the effective and safe use of seed treatments.
Crop Enhancement will tackle abiotic stresses to maximize yields and minimize risks from the weather.
Seed-protection technology protects select vegetable crops from early-season insects and diseases.
Continuous education of breeders helps bring better innovations to growers.
Syngenta is leading the effort to use sustainable agriculture to help feed the world's people.
Secure data-based insights can help growers boost the profitability on their operations.
Syngenta celebrates 45 years of excellence in soybean breeding.
The right combination of technology and expertise improves the accuracy of on-farm management decisions.
New blog shares four wheat growers’ unique stories through photos, videos and written posts.
Syngenta seeds lead the way to higher yields in soybeans and corn, thanks to the company's extensive germplasm pool and innovative traits.
Metrics from the AgriEdge Excelsior program help farmers market crops to companies trying to minimize their environmental footprint.
Syngenta develops plan and strengthens partnerships to help feed the world.
Asynchronous global approvals for new genetically engineered traits create a trade challenge for growers and agribusinesses.
Water-optimization technologies are helping growers efficiently convert available water to grain.
Technical insight and a can-do attitude make Syngenta agronomists an essential resource.
The strong global research network of Syngenta delivers local solutions for U.S. growers.
Take the guesswork out of maximizing corn yields, even under extreme weather conditions.
Syngenta sales representatives get to the roots of growers' challenges.
Recent political challenges to the Renewable Fuels Standard overlooks the many positive effects of ethanol.
The development of Vibrance seed-applied fungicide shows the strength of a worldwide product development network.
Growers around the globe inevitably face many of the same challenges.
Leadership and communication can help you keep reliable workers, who are often the key to maintaining a profitable operation.
Grow More Vegetables Seed Grant Program names first grant recipients.
Biofungicide fights a wide range of major soilborne and foliar diseases.
Syngenta premix formulation features the proven power of Callisto and Touchdown herbicides.
Syngenta Biotechnology founder and distinguished Science Fellow Mary-Dell Chilton, Ph.D., was one of three scientists to receive the 2013 World Food Prize in Des Moines, Iowa, during the World Food Prize Laureate Award Ceremony.
Early-season weed management is an essential step toward maximizing yields at harvest.
Syngenta field representatives share stories of their family farms—and how those ties help them understand growers' and retailers' needs.
FFA program fine-tunes young leaders' ability to advocate for agriculture.
U.S. growers from coast to coast look for ways to battle citrus greening and the vector that spreads it.
New farm bill provides blueprint for governmental priorities for the next five years.
When you rely on innovative technologies to produce higher yielding crops, it's important to understand how patent expiration can affect you.
Proactive, diverse strategies are essential when it comes to effectively managing resistance.
Early-season weed control is vital.
Growers should have a take-charge approach to managing their physical and emotional well-being.
The EPA has approved two Agrisure Duracade E-Z Refuge trait stacks featuring a 5 percent integrated, single-bag refuge.
Whether you're looking at yield improvements, income gains or environmental factors, the numbers show that GM crops deliver significant, long-term advantages.
Syngenta is committed to maintaining healthy bee populations while giving growers the tools they need to control destructive pests.
The unique design of the Syngenta Advanced Crop Lab is the result of intense planning.
Advocates of agriculture seek a science-based evaluation of new and existing technologies.
The Syngenta Advanced Crop Lab provides researchers with high-tech tools to develop tomorrow's crop solutions.
The efforts to gain GMO food labeling continue with potentially costly consequences for growers, retailers and consumers.
Awareness, training and clear safety procedures are key to avoiding grain bin entrapment.
To boost bee health, Syngenta developed Operation Pollinator to establish pollinator habitats.
One-of-a-kind Syngenta lab puts packaging to the test to ensure safe, efficient deliveries to customers.
Syngenta addresses crop establishment at each level of plant development - even at the transplant level with its unique Full Count watermelon plant program.