Named for former U.S. Senator Bob Dole, a new wheat variety will be available for fall planting, thanks to a public-private partnership.
Syngenta is debuting a new AgriPro brand wheat variety in 2018.
Syngenta reports Enogen premiums-to-date paid to corn growers will top $100 million this year.
Using multiple sites of action every year is key to preventing herbicide resistance.
Growers now have an easier agreement process and more options for marketing grain with the Agrisure Duracade trait.
This powerful fungicide is now a tool growers can use in their fight against Verticillium wilt.
The Syngenta insecticide controls a broad range of lepidopteran and sucking insect pests in specialty and vegetable crops.
In 2017, Golden Harvest corn and soybeans performed well across a range of environments, including under challenging conditions.
Clariva Elite Beans seed treatment will be an important tool in the management of soybean cyst nematodes.
A new AgriPro brand wheat variety for the Central and Southern plains offers optimum yields across a range of conditions.
Enogen Feed hybrids offer proven genetics and strong agronomic characteristics.
With new hybrids and new varieties for 2018, Golden Harvest is giving farmers more options to boost yields.
The EPA has approved Fortenza seed treatment insecticide to protect corn and cotton from early-season insects.
Fungicide premix helps growers manage downy mildew and late blight in many vegetables and other crops.
Syngenta announces the release of new NK hybrids and varieties, providing growers with diversified options for their fields.
Additional fungicide ingredient provides excellent protection against downy mildew in sunflowers.
Syngenta combines two active ingredients into one fungicide to protect potatoes from late blight and cucurbits from downy mildew.
The Syngenta fungicide made a stellar debut in 2016, proving its value as a key ingredient in growers’ resistance-management programs.
This insecticide offers broad-spectrum, extended control of pests.
A breakthrough fungicide is helping growers of one of America’s favorite foods combat tough diseases, even in challenging conditions.