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We offer a full line of world leading crop protection products including herbicides, fungicides, insecticides and seed treatments. Our products are designed to improve crop yield and performance, increase plant vigor and reduce yield losses during periods of drought or heat.

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Syngenta identifies key strategies to fight weed resistance
As corn and soybean growers deal with an expanding and intensifying threat of resistant weeds, Syngenta is recommending strategies for managing weeds that begin early in the season. Learn More »
Syngenta offers Minecto® Pro insecticide for specialty and vegetable crops
Syngenta announced that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has registered and approved Minecto® Pro insecticide for use in specialty and vegetable crops to control lepidopteran pests as well as sucking/rasping/chewing pests like mites, whiteflies, psyllids, thrips and Colorado potato beetles. Learn More »
Kansas Plant Variety Protection Act violators settle with Syngenta