The long-term agreement involves licensing Abbott & Cobb’s patented SuperSeedWare technology to Syngenta Seeds for use in sweet corn varieties.
Trio of unique crop protection chemistries beckoning growers to whack weeds with these.
Senators push FDA, USDA review of foreign acquisitions of major U.S. agriculture assets.
New soil insecticide targets a variety of pests including corn rootworm, grubs, maggots, and wireworms.
State registrations for Acuron Flexi are pending and expected to follow.
Deal valued at more than $43 billion; Syngenta management team to stay intact.
A broccoli breeder was hired to lead brassica R&D in North America, and program investments are to expedite development of conventional breeding traits.
The company also plans to return significant levels of capital to shareholders through a share repurchase program.
The fungicide is available in four product offerings, pending state registrations.
This disease control tool hits two different parts of the fungal life cycle.
The fungicide provides protection against late blight, downy mildews, and Phytophthora root and stem blights.
Syngenta displayed their latest variety offerings including a new sweet corn, Cabo, during their 2014 seed trials.
Check out the latest vegetable variety offerings from some of the nation’s top seed breeders and distributors.
Chemistry to be registered for use on a variety of specialty crops including apples, potatoes, grapes, fruiting vegetables, pears, and cucurbits.
FarMore FI400 technology is now available as treatment on cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, and carrot seed, protecting against early-season pests and disease.
Syngenta signs agreement to sell its Dulcinea Farms business to Pacific Trellis Fruit LLC.
Check out the latest varieties from Syngenta.