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On September 1, top Syngenta corn and soybean growers spent the day with leading industry experts learning about the latest agronomic advances, crop protection technologies and industry developments at the Syngenta Seeds Canada, Inc. research facility in Arva.
Yield data and field evaluations1 from the 2010 growing season show Syngenta's Agrisure Viptera™ trait delivers unsurpassed control of ear-feeding insects, demonstrating improved control vs. triple stacks.
Syngenta is pleased to announce that Allegro® 500F fungicide is now registered for use on apples, carrots and ginseng, in time for the 2011 Canadian growing season.
Astound Canola Fungicide Approved for Extended Window of Application
Syngenta Canada Inc. has received registration for Axial® Xtreme, a systemic, post-emergent herbicide for control of the most common, hard-to-control broadleaf and grassy weeds in spring wheat and barley throughout the Prairie provinces.
Syngenta announced that Callisto 480SC herbicide – known for its excellent control of annual broadleaf weeds – has received a Minor Use Label Expansion for highbush and lowbush blueberries from the Pest Management Regulatory Agency.
Syngenta is pleased to announce that Cruiser Maxx® Cereals Commercial Seed Treatment is now registered for use on oats, in time for the 2011 growing season.
Brantford Golf and Country Club and Cutten Fields are the first two Canadian golf courses working with Syngenta Canada Inc. on a pilot project to transform out-of-play areas into improved habitats for bees and other pollinators. The program, named Operation Pollinator™, is designed to boost the number of pollinating insects on ... Read more ...
Syngenta Crop Protection Canada Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of the Syngenta AMA Test – the only use-anytime rapid group one resistance test.
Participation in Syngenta “Cruiser Maxx® Strongest Grower” competition generates $30,000 for six community 4-H clubs
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