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Enogen Feed corn offers excellent yield potential and may enhance the digestibility of grain for cattle
After fifteen years of research and development, a powerful new active ingredient is now available in four separate product offerings.
Get set for a new immersive trade-show experience that goes from seed to harvest.
Crop inputs, such as fungicides, are often a winning proposition, even during a period of low commodity prices.
Trivapro fungicide is positioned to become a staple in many growers’ disease-control programs, because it offers powerful, long-lasting protection.
Growers need a multifaceted approach to prevent and manage the costly challenges posed by weeds.
Despite facing production challenges in 2016, many corn and soybean growers across the Midwest had abundant harvests.
Growers need to adopt best weed management practices to preserve valuable technologies.
The agribusiness company believes that partnerships are fundamental for innovation.
Syngenta sales leaders agree product value, training and partnerships are paramount in 2017.
Syngenta has a major initiative to train its internal teams to better meet the needs of millennial resellers and growers.
As millennials prepare to become the principal operators on many farms, new research sheds light on their approach to farm management.
Given the pervasive threat of resistance, corn growers should take a strong, proactive approach when it comes to managing weeds.
Growers should take proactive measures to manage costly soybean cyst nematodes, which may have developed resistance to soybean varieties commonly used to control them.
Organization empowers farmers to tell their stories to consumers.
Soybean Cyst Nematode is top pathogen in soybean crop losses.
Syngenta Sustainable Solutions initiatives help growers tell the story of their farms in a meaningful way to downstream companies and consumers.
The annual Voice of Customer survey helps Syngenta deliver exceptional programs and services to its reseller customers.
Growers who safeguard valuable seed and trait technologies will help them remain effective for the long term.
Even when commodity prices are low, top-end seeds are often worth the investment.
AgriEdge Excelsior management solutions provide valuable insights to growers.
While adoption of new technologies is expected to quicken, collaborative relationships on the farm will continue to define agriculture.
Enhancing marginal, less productive land can help pollinators and other wildlife flourish.
Drones are poised to have a major impact on farm production as a relatively inexpensive way to monitor crops.
Syngenta has a wide corn portfolio that gives growers the chance to plant numerous hybrids for risk mitigation.
The Syngenta whole-farm management program combines secure data management, cutting-edge product choices and reliable on-farm service.
Managing soybean cyst nematodes effectively requires a proactive strategy.
The proposed acquisition of Syngenta by ChemChina will allow growers to continue benefitting from choice in the marketplace.
Ag Connections designed the technology that drives the Syngenta whole-farm management program to meet a wide range of growers’ needs.
A unique in-seed technology that enhances ethanol production is quickly gaining widespread acceptance.
Enogen corn enzyme technology benefits ethanol plants, corn growers and America’s rural communities.
New planters promise to supercharge the planting process, but they also need inputs designed for application at faster rates.
To help ensure the fundamental role of ethanol, Syngenta makes another major contribution to the Prime the Pump Fund.