Syngenta representatives will be attending several upcoming trade shows to answer growers’ questions about the 2020 growing season.
The 2019 Science Careers Top Employers Survey has recognized Syngenta as one of the world’s leading biotech and agriculture employers.
The 2019 Farm Manager of the Year is widely recognized as a trustworthy leader who gets the job done and takes the time to educate.
While the 2019 season has elevated weed pressure in 2020, growers can mitigate the impact with careful planning, preparation and execution.
Syngenta representatives will be in attendance at several trade shows this winter to share news about products and strategies for this year’s growing season.
The show continues to share the stories of women from all around the U.S. agricultural community.
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New infographic shows how Syngenta seed treatment supplies cotton growers with superior defense against diseases.
Nationwide trial events give attendees an inside look into the Syngenta vegetable breeding program.
As part of a multiyear collaboration, Syngenta is working with organizations that share its goals and vision for a more sustainable future.
Syngenta partners with Sony to offer new drone-driven solution.
Syngenta scientist explains why CRISPR technology is a vital tool in developing drought-tolerant crops in the film “Human Nature.”
Syngenta has teamed up with Ram Trucks to help U.S. farmers overcome challenges through the Ram AgPack initiative.
A new Global and North America Seeds office in Downers Grove, Illinois, puts Syngenta closer to the majority of its customers and business collaborators.
Seed World magazine recently recognized two Syngenta employees for their contributions to agriculture as part of its 20 Under 30 coverage.
U.S. corn growers can now confidently make the switch to this unique corn rootworm control technology from Syngenta.
The annual awards total $20,000 in scholarships to bachelor’s and master’s students in the agricultural field.
The company recently established a new and improved iOS mobile app for Land.db, the record-keeping software available to AgriEdge growers.
The Syngenta Pest Patrol Program allows users to access online updates from an expert in their state about current and anticipated pest pressures.
The 2018 Professional Farm Manager of the Year goes to a 40-year veteran of the agriculture industry.
A Syngenta scientist is named a Future Giant of the Seed Industry for his demonstrated potential to help shape the industry’s future.
Backed by extensive Syngenta research and development, NK corn and soybeans consistently topped key competitors.
Innovation was on display at the NK event aimed at giving visitors a local ag experience.
#YouShareWeGive campaign results in donation to Rise Against Hunger.
Syngenta donates to local chapters of the National FFA Organization at each 2018 Grow More Experience event.
Learn more about the grand prizewinner and the person who most nourished her agricultural roots.
As part of the Resistance Fighter program, the company has recently developed a new agronomic resource—the “How It’s Done” video series.
Syngenta team highlighted the ways individuals and organizations are helping pollinators thrive during National Pollinator Week.
With a focus on farmers, Syngenta grows NK organization to deliver a better seeds experience.
A team from the International Center for Tropical Agriculture in Colombia is the winner of the third-annual Syngenta Crop Challenge in Analytics.
Experts at Syngenta offer insight and recommendations on how growers can make the most of this year’s record-setting condition ratings for corn and soybean crops.
When weather and other factors force growers to plant crops later than expected, many elements can contribute to a profitable growing season.
High-resolution digital satellite imagery will reduce the need for scouting by as much as 90 percent, saving time and increasing accuracy.
This year’s No-Till Innovator Award winners were recently honored for their contributions to the conservation-tillage industry.
FarmHer is creating a community of women at the forefront of agriculture.
Syngenta has launched Syngenta Variety Preview, a quarterly e-newsletter, to share information about its latest seed offerings.
Through its holiday #RootedinAg campaign, Syngenta has donated more than $20,000 to Rise Against Hunger.
The principal partners at a Washington state farm-management firm mix tradition with innovation to make a positive difference in agriculture.
Syngenta announces a comprehensive, long-term commitment to the NK seeds brand.
A highlight reel showcasing the Syngenta trade-show exhibit is now available.
Treating employees with respect, being socially responsible and having loyal employees are among the strengths cited.
Elijah Meck’s gigantic pumpkin wins North Carolina State Fair competition.
Your online votes combined with judges’ scores have determined the grand prizewinner of the 2017 #RootedinAg Contest.
Syngenta celebrates its 150th anniversary as a leader in the production of vegetable seeds.
The collaboration yields agriculture’s first automated variable-rate data analysis map.
Participants used artificial intelligence tools to create models that predict seed variety performance.
As the presenting sponsor of “FarmHer on RFD-TV,” Syngenta proudly honors the women of ag.
A new e-newsletter provides agronomic news, product updates and more information on NK Corn and Soybeans.
By leveraging the tools of AI technology, participants can create models to analyze data that can be used to grow more food using fewer resources.
The company’s legacy of quality products, customer trust and industry support will continue throughout 2017 and beyond.
The Syngenta Pest Patrol website now lets visitors access updates about current and anticipated pest pressures more easily than ever before.
The second half of the show’s first season will spotlight several women at Syngenta who are making contributions to American farms.
New naming system will help growers better identify hybrids by relative maturity.
Growers take center stage when Syngenta develops pipeline technologies and offers new services.
Last season, the Syngenta in-seed trait protected corn hybrids against damaging insects that threatened to destroy corn grain quality and yield.
Syngenta names the winners of its annual scholarship competition as part of its efforts to support the rising generation of ag leaders.
Learn more about his passion for decision-making, leadership and mentoring younger employees.
Syngenta introduces a new herbicide that will play a key role in helping wheat and barley growers manage weed resistance.
Seed resellers are the focus of the second annual competition, which offers $5,000 grand prize.
Learn more about the grand prizewinner and how her agricultural roots are helping her thrive.
A new facility melds seed treatment equipment technology, customer training and technical support into one location.
Women in Agribusiness honors Syngenta for its efforts to promote workplace diversity.
The Syngenta Harvest Chasers are back for their third season, looking for outstanding corn and soybean yields.
A team from Stanford University wins inaugural competition that rewards innovative solutions to combat global food insecurity.
Syngenta encourages growers to learn more about the management strategies that can help control soybean cyst nematode.
Online agronomic resources help address challenges at every stage of the growing season.
Syngenta biofuels forum cites retail partnerships and new technologies as keys to industry success.
Two new interactive online tools will help growers learn more about the impact soilborne pathogens have on corn, soybeans and wheat.
Acuron corn herbicide, Agri Marketing magazine’s new product of the year, will help growers control troublesome weeds.
New fungicide formulation provides greater disease protection in soybeans.
A pre-emergent herbicide with multiple effective modes of action is the answer many growers are seeking.
Syngenta has acquired Ag Connections as a wholly owned subsidiary to provide growers better digital tools in managing farming operations.
Syngenta is celebrating the value of hard work in its Not Afraid to Work photo contest.
The Syngenta Harvest Chasers team seeks outstanding yields in corn and soybeans.
Syngenta Grow More Experience Sites will expand to more locations this year, showcasing products, technologies and best agronomic practices.
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