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University scientists discuss their research partnership with Syngenta.
Growers in West Heartland states learn to scout for this new species.
Experts advocate and educate to prevent resistance and preserve effective chemistry.
It’s a problem that has plagued the ag industry for decades – nearly as long as pesticides have been around.
Collecting intel on corn rootworm is critical to outwit this sly and destructive pest.
As pest complexes evolve and new technologies emerge, crop scouts adopt those that benefit farmers.
Data plays an important role in sustainability throughout agriculture’s supply chain.
Faster delivery of higher-performing seed varieties is possible with Syngenta Seeds HI-Edit procesFaster delivery of higher-performing seed varieties is possible with Syngenta Seeds HI-Edit process.
Delzer’s research was foundational to the invention of this genome-editing technique.
Syngenta is committed to accelerating innovation for farmers and nature while improving productivity.
This one-of-a-kind tool helps farmers along their journey to improve sustainable operations.
Growers now have access to virtual tours that highlight the latest trials, practices and crop management insights.
Experts share advice on drinking from the information firehouse available to growers.
Plant viruses require a global effort to minimize their impacts on crop productivity and grower profitability.
Gene science and predictive breeding accelerate improvements in wheat varieties.
Project Bin Buster tries out new technologies to help growers make data-based in-season decisions.
An agronomic program that leverages traits, insecticides and fungicides creates a profitable synergy in corn production.
Set your sights on high yields with the decisions made during planning and planting.
A new technology from Syngenta will offer an innovative mode of action to protect against Pythium and Phytophthora.
Five companies are bringing new sustainable pest control technologies to market to help satisfy consumer preferences.
University agricultural experts from across the U.S. suggest solutions for the toughest weed management challenges farmers face.
Syngenta has enhanced its approach to delivering advancements in corn genetics and traits in the face of farmers’ evolving needs.
A team from Iowa State University has been selected as the winner of the 2020 Syngenta Crop Challenge in Analytics.
Sourced from the ocean’s thermal vents, Enogen technology is a genetically modified biotech output trait that converts starch to sugar more efficiently.
With a well-thought-out management plan, continuous corn can pay dividends.
Growers should feed their crops with nitrogen at key points during the season.
New technologies help growers increase yields in difficult environments while preserving natural resources.
New corn breeding facility helps Syngenta deliver improved traits faster.
In developing corn hybrids, Syngenta uses trait introgression to incorporate a desired trait into existing elite germplasm.
Saltro seed treatment is an important new tool to help protect soybeans from the devastating effects of sudden death syndrome.
Saltro fungicide seed treatment provides superior SDS protection without plant stress.
Syngenta researchers use data analytics and genome editing to make important advances in the company’s seeds portfolio.
The fourth annual competition showcased analytical models to assess a corn plant’s ability to handle heat and drought.
Syngenta uses robotics to speed up time-consuming tests, aiding in the development of new products.
The demonstration sites are living, local laboratories, filled with a wide variety of crops, technical experts and product trials.
The demonstration sites showcase Golden Harvest soybean and corn seed options.
As herbicide resistance spreads, Syngenta offers timely advice and new solutions to help keep tried-and-true tools viable.
Participants can receive up to 30 percent cash back on qualifying Syngenta products, if certain weather thresholds are not met during the offer period.
The AgriPro brand wheat breeding program is helping growers and resellers meet the overall market demands for this crop.
As a result of a rigorous and localized research process, the AgriPro brand wheat portfolio enjoys the No. 1 position in the U.S. wheat seed market.
By nurturing ag startups, Syngenta Ventures is helping to foster improved agronomic practices in the coming decade.
This state-of-the-art facility drives value for customers by focusing on products, application and service.
To maximize yield potential, it’s more important than ever for growers to know what’s in the seed treatments that protect their seeds.
Not even Hurricane Maria could stop the Syngenta Seeds R&D engine.
CRISPR-Cas has the potential to make the seed breeding process more efficient, less time consuming and potentially subject to less regulation.
Hybrid wheat is expected to offer higher yield potential and more efficient use of resources.
Developed with cutting-edge technology and using award-winning data analytics, NK corn and soybeans are on the forefront of innovation.
Golden Harvest continues to deliver leading genetics, agronomy insights and service to farmers across the Corn Belt.
For the pollinators that had lost their food and forage sources, help came in the form of pollen-replacing protein patties and beehives.
Demonstrations and trials combine the latest technologies with local agronomic expertise to help customers improve farm management.
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.
Based on growers’ feedback, an improvement to Force liquid insecticide will provide corn rootworm control with added convenience.
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.