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China imports more corn than ever as demand rises, and domestic production stagnates.
Experts share tips to help growers eliminate weed competition and protect yield.
A surge in soybean oil used as biofuel may be helping drive prices to a historic high.
Experts from two different regions explain how a few key strategies can help growers protect their yields from Southern rust in corn.
Regardless of price or cost each year, growers need a solid plan to achieve desired profit.
South American, South Asian and former Soviet Union countries dominated new harvested acres.
Protect your crop early to maximize yield opportunity.
Managing herbicide-resistant weeds in corn requires a multifaceted approach.
The dynamic plans of Syngenta allowed it to navigate a stretched supply chain.
Growers can unlock marketing insights comparing cost per bushel and cost per acre in their fields.
Fungicides protect crops from diseases, but they can also provide additional benefits.
The Peanut Rx sheet offers growers a valuable tool for assessing a field’s disease risk.
Fungicides help improve plant health in permanent crops for the long term.
Combine planning, technology and flexibility to overcome weed control obstacles
The AgriEdge® whole-farm management system is integral to planning and helps growers make data-driven decisions faster.
Consistent, on-time application of residual herbicides cleans fields and protects yields.
Acuron® corn herbicide helps Sutton, Nebraska, farm succeed.
Two AgriEdge® managers share how growers can create budgets, prepare for in-season costs, and find the balance between highest possible yield and maximum profit potential.
Syngenta works every day to be your agronomic solutions innovator, digital confidant and sustainability partner.
Preseason planning and early-season inputs are critical for establishing corn’s yield potential, while season-long pest control protects it.
Stewardship practices not only support the environment, but they also may help decrease production costs.
Severely lodged corn can put yield potential at risk. One way or another, however, it must be harvested safely and carefully.
The ag economist and business intelligence lead for Syngenta offers tips for planning for productivity.
The dual threats of Sudden Death Syndrome and soybean cyst nematode require a multipronged defense.
The NK soybean portfolio offers industry-leading SDS-resistant varieties to help protect against Sudden Death Syndrome.
Seed treatments that help keep roots healthy can benefit growers at harvest.
Two experts offer guidance to growers and retailers on choosing, applying and stewarding yield-protecting seed treatments.
Retailers can use FarmShots, a powerful imaging technology, to make effective, up-to-the-minute field recommendations for growers.
Syngenta is focused on helping farmers reduce risk.
Maximizing yield potential means more bushels in the bin and more dollars in the bank.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, U.S. ag exports fundamentals are sound and recent trade deals hold promise for future gains.
The synchronization of Maximum Residue Levels is an important step facilitating international trade in agricultural goods.
Production challenges combined with consumer demands fuel the need for fast-paced developments in bringing new vegetable varieties to market.
Continuous innovation is the key to meeting the many challenges that vegetable growers face.
As farmers continue to struggle with labor shortages, technology steps in with innovative tools to help bridge the gap.
Two agronomists offer region-specific insights on a disease that strikes fear in Florida and Western U.S. citrus growers.
Innovative seed, trait and crop protection products help optimize production and increase economic and agronomic sustainability on each acre.
This infographic provides an overview of the important role that agricultural exports play in the U.S. economy.
In times when margins are tight, the economic well-being of most growers and their families depends on making strategic agronomic decisions.
Experts from across the country offer insights and solutions to growers’ most pressing 2020 insect challenges.
The Peanut Doctor, Wilson Faircloth, Ph.D., is open for consultation on peanut disease.
The history of Syngenta includes major brand launches, important discoveries and customer-focused initiatives.
Weed management can be a key factor in maintaining a farm’s yield potential and profitability for the long run.
This Syngenta program offers timely updates on local outbreaks, weather, current pest levels and treatment recommendations.
Continuous innovation is the key to meeting the many challenges that agriculture faces.
After the weather challenges of the 2019 growing season, elevated weed pressure is likely. These early-season steps can help keep fields clean in 2020.
Because of an increased seed bank, growers should use an effective burndown treatment to avoid early-season weed competition with the crop.
Corn, soybean and wheat growers should have a proactive plan to manage this year’s higher-than-normal chance of disease outbreaks.
By building a spray program with the right fungicides, growers can help protect their peanuts from white mold and leaf spot.
Cutting-edge technology and standard-setting tests make Syngenta packaging uniquely superior.
Syngenta Seeds and Crop Protection experts advise growers to keep in mind the return on investment effective insect control measures can bring.
Find out how far herbicide resistance has spread with a new interactive map.
Syngenta Seedcare continues its long history of excellence with new seed treatment innovations and outstanding service.
Syngenta has developed technologies using artificial intelligence to capture and translate its agronomic know-how into easy-to-use digital formats.
Knowing which data to pay attention to is an important part of using digital technology to improve farm productivity.
For 40 years, Syngenta and its legacy companies have been making important advances in Seedcare.
Syngenta Sustainable Solutions connects upstream and downstream partners for the mutual benefit of all.
Miravis Ace fungicide can help manage the risk of a potentially devastating threat to cereal crops.
Syngenta Seedcare combines industry-leading products with outstanding customer service.
Farm data is valuable, so be sure to ask these basic questions before entrusting it to a data company.
Syngenta properly stewards Tavium Plus VaporGrip Technology and Enogen corn enzyme technology so that growers will have these tools for years to come.
Before adopting any new digital tool, Syngenta puts it through a rigorous proof of concept.
Long-term strategies to manage resistance in corn rootworm is key to preserving valuable technologies.
The Syngenta seed brand leads the way in seed selection.
Golden Harvest showcases its values through strong genetics, agronomy and service.
Enogen corn provides the opportunity to earn a per-bushel premium for grain delivered to ethanol plants.
Syngenta Seeds is combining innovative research and local field support to deliver enhanced opportunities to growers.
Enogen Feed corn offers growers simplicity and profit potential to help beef and dairy producers be more successful.
Two experienced recruiters share ways employers can stand above the competition for top ag talent.
Growers should consider a range of agronomic factors when choosing their seed.
Growers remain resolute as the search for solutions to citrus greening continues.
A crop-protection supplier must have the right transportation plan to ensure timely delivery of its products.
Minecto Pro insecticide provides broad-spectrum control of lepidopteran pests and sucking insects in specialty crops.
The video series is a great way to learn how Syngenta products can maximize the potential of potatoes.
Citrus greening, also known as Huanglongbing, is a devastating bacterial disease affecting U.S. citrus production.
Minecto Pro and Besiege help protect tree nut crops.
To preserve yields, citrus growers must manage this damaging pest.
High-performance fungicide helps soybean growers manage diseases under the toughest conditions.
When Mother Nature dealt out natural disasters last year, rural communities responded with resilience.
As regulations and economic forces drive price increases in the crop input market, Syngenta is positioned to lessen the impact on growers and offer more than just a fair price.
Both retailers and growers benefit from the lower price and convenience of bulk orders.
Growers should take a proactive approach to managing resistance and keeping their herbicide programs effective.
When weeds develop metabolic resistance to herbicides, they render those products ineffective.
In an era of rising costs, Syngenta is committed to providing the products and services growers and resellers need to maximize their success.
Three Syngenta sales representatives share their insights on what lies ahead in 2019 for the agricultural communities they serve.
Syngenta is committed to containing costs, while still delivering exceptional products.
Growers and applicators should use all the information and tools available to prevent or reduce spray drift.
Incorporating multiple effective sites of action into your herbicide program is the key to keeping weeds at bay.
While many seed treatments look the same, it’s important to recognize that they are not all created equal.
As the “internet of things” grows within the agriculture industry, digital technologies are revolutionizing ag production practices.
The support team at the company’s call center is dedicated to making its customers' lives easier.
Syngenta has recently added two Adepidyn fungicide formulations to its specialty and vegetable crop portfolio.
Social media is expected to become an increasingly important means of communication for resellers and growers.
Digital ag will help growers and resellers make better agronomic and business decisions.
Industry experts agree that properly stewarding seed treatments is a shared responsibility.
Syngenta goes all-in on disease control, adding Miravis fungicide to its 2019 lineup.
An unprecedented wave of innovation is giving Syngenta the capability to meet the 21st century needs of growers and resellers.
Enogen Feed corn unlocks feed’s energy potential, providing dairy and beef cattle producers with an efficient nutrition resource.
Enogen corn enzyme technology is gaining rapid popularity among ethanol producers.
An unprecedented wave of innovation is giving Syngenta the capability to meet the 21st century needs of growers and resellers.
TripleSweet corn varieties with the Attribute II Trait Stack offers a range of characteristics to meet grower needs and consumer demands.
Citrus growers say Minecto Pro is one of the best insecticides to hit the market.
Potent succinate dehydrogenase inhibitor (SDHI) fungicides from Syngenta offer powerful protection for a wide range of crops.
The Syngenta Pest Patrol program has given growers in the South advance warning of invasive insects for the past decade.
Syngenta leaders are optimistic about the long-term prospects for farming and are focused on helping the ag industry prosper.
Syngenta is committed to offering innovative products and services.
Early detection and the right technologies help growers boost profit potential.
To prescribe the best crop solutions, Syngenta focuses on generating field force excellence and earning sustained partnerships.
Land.db proves a valuable and versatile tool for citrus scouting interns to report their findings.
Endigo ZC insecticide used this encapsulation technology to protect the product’s active ingredient and to improve coverage on a plant’s surface.
A Syngenta internship program has proved to be an important steppingstone for college students and a source of important information for growers.
Syngenta experts shed light on the top crop threats facing growers in their areas—and the solutions that will help keep local farms productive.
At Syngenta, brand names are backed by $1.3 billion in annual research and development and a steadfast dedication to customer service.
When it comes to seed treatments, growers need to make sure they are getting the protection they need.
The Digital Agriculture Solutions group will collaborate globally across multiple business areas in an effort to better meet growers’ needs.
Syngenta and its partners develop solutions to help growers better use farm data, while protecting their privacy.
Syngenta values having an open dialogue with its customers.
Syngenta Sustainable Solutions benchmarks data that help growers demonstrate their progress with environmental stewardship.
High-tech seed treatments and local support are giving growers’ crops a healthier start and more bountiful finish.
Global innovation and local service combine to maximize yields in NK Corn and Soybeans.
The right Golden Harvest hybrid and agronomic practices can help farmers achieve a more bountiful harvest.
Syngenta has developed an easy-to-understand system of naming traits and stack technology.
Syngenta is undertaking several projects to help farmers improve sustainability and meet the requirements of food companies.
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.
Enogen corn helps farmers become enzyme suppliers to the ethanol industry, which continues to expand and innovate.
Growers need a multifaceted approach to prevent and manage the costly challenges posed by weeds.
Trivapro fungicide is positioned to become a staple in many growers’ disease-control programs, because it offers powerful, long-lasting protection.