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A small-town dairy farmer’s son grows up to become an agronomist who develops global crop innovations.
Chemical engineer learns to “speak ag,” embraces the mission.
During its first decade of publication, Thrive has grown to meet the needs of a broader and increasingly digital-savvy audience.
Growing up on a university research station gave this Syngenta specialist a unique perspective on the technical side of ag.
The co-founder of Grassland Oregon learns from her own experiences and those of others to cultivate success.
Early experiences on the farm drive his desire to help growers succeed.
Growing up on a farm taught her how to value hard work and hard-working people.
A progress report from Syngenta shows significant advances toward reaching the goals of The Good Growth Plan.
When she’s not working on the latest chemical break through for Syngenta, Phelps tends to chores on the family farm.
For this Syngenta Sustainable Solutions lead, a history of flowers blossomed into a commitment to sustainability.
The BioSense Institute in Serbia is the winner of this year’s Syngenta Crop Challenge in Analytics.
A unique collaboration sets its sights on improving agricultural production and stewardship.
Syngenta sales rep has always followed his heart—both personally and professionally.
From journalist to head of sustainable productivity, Wheeler has dedicated her career to the ag industry.
Grape growing and winemaking are the bonds that keep this family succeeding in the ag industry.
Splitting life between Washington, D.C., and a Montana ranch helps this Syngenta leader remain connected to the industry she supports.
A multipartner alliance is creating high-quality habitats for pollinators and other local wildlife.
Share how your agricultural roots are helping you, your family and your community thrive, and you might win a prize.
As an agricultural journalist, Smith is dedicated to helping growers solve problems.
Her expansive and successful career gives Thomas plenty of experience to share with the next generation of ag pros.
Invigorated by the science of soil, Kirkbride puts his knowledge to use to help growers and retailers.
Syngenta and No-Till Farmer magazine recognized four innovators during the recent 25th National No-Till Conference.
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.
A Syngenta global leader builds relationships based on values, collaboration and trust.
Industry involvement helps this Syngenta sales rep inspire the future women of agriculture.
Partners create powerful, farmer-friendly crop management software.
The 2016 #RootedinAg contest winner works to reinvent the family farm and better her community.
Interest in her grandfather’s citrus grove helped this Syngenta scientist develop a passion for the agriculture industry.
This farm boy at heart has a passion for helping customers succeed.
Gender barriers are disappearing for young women interested in agriculture.
Female voices are leading critical conversations about crop productivity and best management practices.
A Super Bowl commercial inspires the founder of FarmHer to create an online community that celebrates women in agriculture.
The new “FarmHer” TV series spotlights the legacy of women in American agriculture and their growing role on the nation’s farms.
High school teachers gain real-world experience they can share in the classroom through the Syngenta Summer Fellowship Program.