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Jeff Rowe, incoming President and CEO of Syngenta Group, reaps the rewards of agricultural innovation and sustainability on his 3,000-acre family farm in Illinois

In the U.S., where farming is the most advanced in the world, Syngenta’s mission is helping farmers be even more productive and profitable, by sustainably growing high-quality crops. Through ongoing R&D, we continually deliver innovation in seeds, crop protection and precision and farm management technology designed to enable farmers to grow more using less land, water and inputs, while preserving soil health and biodiversity—and reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

During harvest, Jeff Rowe, President of Syngenta Crop Protection, who becomes President of Syngenta Group in January 2024, reaps the rewards of agricultural innovation and sustainability on his 3,000-acre family farm in in Illinois. Watch how Jeff and his family rely on Syngenta’s commitment to U.S. agriculture at The Rowe Farm below.

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