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The federal consultation process for registering pesticides needs repair.
Proper stewardship and a science-based approach to regulatory approvals are the best defenses against challenges to the use of seed treatments.
During a time when agriculture needs as many voices as possible, the Leadership At Its Best program is helping develop the leaders of today and tomorrow.
Moving products to and from farms is essential to the ag industry, which is why current regulations need clarification and flexibility.
Syngenta has developed a far-reaching strategy to help farmers meet production challenges and adapt to shifting consumer expectations.
New traits developed with biotech, which can boost agricultural production, require timely, scientific-based regulatory evaluations.
Syngenta builds relationships with policymakers to advocate for agriculture.
Two ongoing pilot projects seek to show that environmental protection and pesticide regulation don't have to conflict.
When countries set different maximum residue levels, those regulations can impact access to export markets and new crop-protection technologies.
Syngenta and its industry partners are working to protect the future of ethanol, which has been a major success for agriculture—and for society as a whole.
As farming moves rapidly into the digital age, the need for faster, more reliable broadband access in rural areas grows.
A new model for conservation programs could greatly expand their ability to protect natural resources.
Syngenta and its association partners are focused on maximizing the trade opportunities for U.S. crops worldwide.
The counterfeiting of agricultural products and similar intellectual property infringements pose serious risks worldwide.
The Syngenta Detect and Report Program educates sales teams and growers to recognize possible intellectual property infringements.
Crop insurance, growers’ most important risk-management tool, faces threats in the new budget.
The political and economic environment is unsettled, as work begins on the 2018 Farm Bill.
The Trump administration may embrace a range of policies that will have far-reaching effects on the ag industry.