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The right mix of old and new technologies is key to combatting the development of weed resistance and preserving the tools growers need.
Since the 1990s, the Resistance Fighter program has been raising awareness of the weed resistance issue and leading the way in fighting measure to combat it.
A Syngenta watermelon breeder reflects on past accomplishments and looks forward to further innovations.
Syngenta Sustainable Solutions works directly with growers and food companies to help them share their stories of sustainable farming.
A dedicated team at Syngenta understands the needs of the watermelon market and delivers winner after delicious winner.
Syngenta establishes a unique research and development outlet to help generate data-driven ag solutions.
Syngenta researchers are developing targeted, blockbuster technologies for the crop protection pipeline.
A collaborative project promises to remove the language barrier among different data systems on farms.
The Agrisure traits portfolio is the result of a strong commitment by Syngenta to its research and development program.
Syngenta scientists have identified the genetic source of haploid induction, a process that greatly speeds up plant breeding.
Scientific advances are providing powerful new technologies to help in the quest to feed the world’s growing population.
Syngenta is using data analytics techniques and expertise from other industries to achieve higher yields faster.
Innovative research and new technologies are expanding the Agrisure portfolio, providing potent solutions to many production challenges.
What will agriculture look like at the century’s midpoint? Based on current trends, experts are anticipating some major changes for the ag sector.
The 2017 Syngenta Wheat Summit showcased solutions that are transforming this important cereals crop.
Grow More Experience sites offer expert agronomic knowledge tailored to local growing conditions.
Based on current trends, experts predict dramatic changes in agriculture by 2050.
Syngenta demonstration site in Pana, Illinois, helps retailers and growers make informed management decisions.
Syngenta scientists use advanced analytics to help soybean growers sleep better.
Meeting the needs of customers and seed treaters is the main focus of employees at the North America Seedcare Institute in Stanton, Minnesota.
The Seedcare Institute gives visitors the chance to see and experience the latest developments in seed treatment technology.
Effects of underground pests can go unnoticed until it’s too late.