Right to Grow Program Enhanced for 2015
Syngenta and Gavilon Grain, LLC, are offering a renewed and enhanced Right to Grow program for 2015.
Continuing their support for U.S. farmers seeking the latest corn trait technology, Syngenta
and Gavilon Grain, LLC
, are offering a renewed and enhanced Right to Grow
program for 2015. The program offers U.S. farmers proven corn rootworm control with the Agrisure Duracade
™ trait and a stewardship premium for appropriate handling of corn containing Agrisure Duracade technology. In addition, farmers will receive consultative services through Gavilon to help them appropriately steward and market their 2015 Agrisure Duracade grain at harvest through an extensive network of accepting destinations.
"Based on the success of our current program, we are improving it to give Agrisure Duracade growers even more marketing support in 2015," says Chuck Lee, Syngenta head of corn in North America. "Growers with corn rootworm pressure need this technology, and we want to make sure they have access to it, along with many options for marketing their grain."
52 New Corn Hybrids for 2015
New research reinforces the value and safety of neonicotinoids, providing a better understanding of their major economic and social impact.