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Indigenous Peoples are the forerunners of sustainable agriculture.
Successful YouTuber shows how he’s advancing his family’s legacy.
A college ag degree is a great first step toward a fulfilling career.
A grower shares how the ag community can educate the public through serving in a checkoff or commodity organization.
Farmers markets across the country serve to build stronger community connections through fresh food.
Open communication and early planning help reduce stress when passing on the farm.
A Syngenta scientist is just one of a growing number of women who make important contributions to the ag industry.
An agricultural high school in Chicago equips students with the skills they need to succeed in the industry.
Through hands-on learning, career development and more, the Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences plays a significant role in preparing the next generation of urban ag leaders.
Chelan Valley Farms strives to mend the gap between farm and fork.
Growers who operate grain elevators may help prevent accidents by following key safety practices.
Working with technical product leads, tackling weed control and educating students on agriculture – you name it – Steve Mroczkiewicz does it..
The U.S. ag community supports a young girl who is fighting leukemia half a world away.
A retailer partnership with Syngenta delivers local data and service to add value for Illinois farmers.
The 2021 #RootedinAg Contest winner’s grandpa shared his knowledge and passion — and inspired a love for farming.
Two minority farmers share the trials and triumphs of continuing their family farming legacies.
Military veterans are an excellent fit for agriculture, and the number of programs to help them transition to ag careers is growing.
The World Bank’s BioCarbon Fund, a pilot project, helped start carbon-credit efforts, which could one day benefit U.S. growers.
When it comes to AgriEdge® customers, Midstate Agronomy leaves no farmer behind.
Collaboration underscores the importance of safeguarding pollinators, which are vital to the food supply.
Transferring farm ownership from one generation to the next can be a challenging but rewarding process.
The handoff of an agribusiness to the next generation requires a well-thought-out plan.
Retailer New Century FS and Syngenta work together to drive potential return on investment for growers.
The agriculture industry has a long history of giving generously and fostering brighter futures in its local communities.
A unique partnership is working together to promote profitable conservation practices and share those achievements with the public.
NK retailer Mark Boshart knows a good partner pays attention to the little things.
As the nation’s economy slowed down during the COVID-19 crisis, Syngenta powered forward. Here are three tips to help ag press onward in a crisis.
Throughout the pandemic, Syngenta continues to live out the mission of feeding a hungry world.
Cast your vote to help decide who will be the winner of this year’s grand prize.
Don Boehm, a veteran ag retailer, offers growers reliable agronomic insight — with a personal touch.
Agriculture is finally talking about mental wellness on the farm — a topic once shrouded in silence and shame.
A new Smithsonian exhibition recognizes Syngenta scientist Mary-Dell Chilton and other women pioneering in business.
A retailer in America’s Heartland puts the power of long-standing relationships to work for his customers.
Who most inspired your agricultural roots? By sharing your story, you can honor that person and win prizes for you and your community.
Jobs in agriculture abound, but students and grads still have work to do before landing their dream jobs.
With the demand for new hires outstripping supply, the future for students interested in agriculture is bright.
The 2019 #RootedinAg Contest winner, whose brother ignited her passion for agriculture, also credits him for keeping the flame burning.
The 2019 Accelerating a Generation Syngenta Scholarship winners attest to the enduring importance of the agricultural industry.
Team members who are passionate about agriculture are essential to delivering superior products and services to the farm.
Syngenta is proud to honor women who, through time, have contributed to the agriculture community.
A past Syngenta Scholarship winner shares how the award impacted his life.
The Syngenta Seedcare platform lead meets customers' seed treating needs by thinking like a farmer.
This Syngenta commercial recruiting lead is building on a legacy of ag mentorship.
With the Leadership At Its Best program, Syngenta equips association leaders with the skills they need to confidently advocate for today’s farmers.
The FarmShots founder reflects on his journey to the forefront of digital agriculture.
An upcoming episode of “FarmHer on RFD-TV” shares the story of a female grower and her family’s successful commitment to sustainability.
Learn more about the grand prizewinner and the person who most inspired her agricultural roots.
Syngenta proudly supports this nonprofit, which fosters communication between pesticide applicators, beekeepers and growers who produce sensitive crops.
The Syngenta Blue Jacket program helps provide recognition and opportunities for National FFA Organization members.
The seed company honors an independent Seed Advisor in Minot, North Dakota, for his knowledge and dedicated customer service.
Xingping Zhang, science fellow at Syngenta Biotechnology China, has received the Cucurbitaceae Lifetime Achievement Award.
This Syngenta agronomy service representative builds on a family legacy.
After traveling the globe, this AgriEdge specialist is happy to be home.
This Syngenta sales rep is on a mission to help his customers find success.
Syngenta technical lead leaves an indelible mark on the industry he serves.
Share the story of who has most inspired you for a chance to reward your mentor and community.
This FarmHer built a career and life that merges her passions.
This Iowa native and lobbyist has made agriculture her life’s work.
Sales training expert celebrates 35 years with Syngenta.
Contest winner builds on family bond and helps grow community.
The 2018 Syngenta Agricultural Scholarship winners aspire to help feed the world’s growing population.
Sign up to receive information about entering the 2019 #RootedinAg contest.
Syngenta wants to make your holidays picture perfect, while helping those with little receive more.
This FarmHer does a little bit of everything to make her family farm a model of sustainability.
This Syngenta FarmHer does a little bit of everything, from sales to the nitty gritty.
Han has a newfound appreciation for ag as she gains experience in and out of the classroom.
Syngenta pilots a new approach with an international program for farm youth, aimed at cultivating new thought leaders.
This technical product lead aims to help growers through his love of entomology.
FarmHer illuminates the contributions of women in agriculture and inspires a new generation to pursue farm-related careers.
AgriEdge specialist connects with agriculture’s big family.
For every valid email address collected from a visitor to a Grow More Experience site, Syngenta will make a donation to the local FFA chapter.
A love of agriculture bridges the gap between two women from different generations.
Enter this year’s contest by sharing the story of the person who most inspired you to pursue a career in agriculture.
A commitment to lifelong learning has allowed her to embrace the complexities of the agriculture industry.
Awareness of safety best practices helps save lives and prevent accidents.
How an X-ray technician hung up her lab coat to become a leader in agriculture.
Her career led her off the farm, but Schwenke’s agricultural roots guide her in everyday life.
Contest winner recalls the indelible imprint her father has made on her live.
This Syngenta leader has lived the American dream and carved a path of success in the industry.
From grower to seller, this Golden Harvest sales representative has dedicated his life to the ag industry.
A livestreamed broadcast educates students about career opportunities in ag, including those occupations in settings other than the farm.
The 2017 Syngenta Agricultural Scholarship winners are well on their way to joining previous recipients as tomorrow's leaders in agriculture.
A small-town dairy farmer’s son grows up to become an agronomist who develops global crop innovations.
Chemical engineer learns to “speak ag,” embraces the mission.
During its first decade of publication, Thrive has grown to meet the needs of a broader and increasingly digital-savvy audience.
Growing up on a university research station gave this Syngenta specialist a unique perspective on the technical side of ag.
The co-founder of Grassland Oregon learns from her own experiences and those of others to cultivate success.
Early experiences on the farm drive his desire to help growers succeed.
Growing up on a farm taught her how to value hard work and hard-working people.
A progress report from Syngenta shows significant advances toward reaching the goals of The Good Growth Plan.
When she’s not working on the latest chemical break through for Syngenta, Phelps tends to chores on the family farm.
For this Syngenta Sustainable Solutions lead, a history of flowers blossomed into a commitment to sustainability.
The BioSense Institute in Serbia is the winner of this year’s Syngenta Crop Challenge in Analytics.
A unique collaboration sets its sights on improving agricultural production and stewardship.
Syngenta sales rep has always followed his heart—both personally and professionally.
From journalist to head of sustainable productivity, Wheeler has dedicated her career to the ag industry.
Grape growing and winemaking are the bonds that keep this family succeeding in the ag industry.
Splitting life between Washington, D.C., and a Montana ranch helps this Syngenta leader remain connected to the industry she supports.
A multipartner alliance is creating high-quality habitats for pollinators and other local wildlife.
As an agricultural journalist, Smith is dedicated to helping growers solve problems.
Her expansive and successful career gives Thomas plenty of experience to share with the next generation of ag pros.
Invigorated by the science of soil, Kirkbride puts his knowledge to use to help growers and retailers.