The possible acquisition of Syngenta by ChemChina won’t affect the company’s strong commitment to U.S. agriculture.
By Julie Richards / Photography by Steve Williams
By now, you’ve heard about the possible acquisition of Syngenta by ChemChina. Please be assured that this transaction will not change our structure, strategy, management, people or portfolio in the U.S. marketplace. Syngenta remains Syngenta. From our local teams in the field to our scientists in the lab, we’re committed to bringing you innovation, choice and support—today and tomorrow.
The Syngenta program provides growers and retailers with education and local recommendations to help them manage resistant weeds in their areas.
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