With its location right in the middle of a now-former cornfield, as well as in the heart of the Corn Belt, one of the goals of the new Syngenta R&D Innovation Center — to bring researchers and farmers together — is close to being achieved.
Everyone knows the benefits that agriculture research and development and innovation can bring to farmers. But what role can agriculture R&D play in a region’s economic development?
There’s a dividing line in Illinois that has nothing to do with baseball or football. It deals with disease.
Higher commodity prices change the questions around soybean yields. “Ask yourself, ‘what am I giving up if I don’t do everything to maximize my yields this year?’” said Chad Threewits, Syngenta agronomy service representative for Indiana.
After a mixed bag of weather and moisture conditions, corn and soybean fields in Northern and central Illinois are off and running.
The pressure was on Trivapro®, the Syngenta fungicide with three active ingredients, to prove itself straight out of the gate.
Farmer success starts with seed performance, which is driven by strong agronomics and innovative product development.
The three R’s traditionally represent reading, writing and arithmetic. When he’s talking about Acuron corn herbicide, Chad Threewits, Syngenta agronomy service representative for Indiana, wants farmers to think about resistance, rates and revenue potential.
Soybean growers across the United States have been evaluating their 2020 crop yields to make input decisions for next season.
Golden Harvest corn and soybean seed products once again outperformed competitors in fields across the United States, despite a season filled with weather and economic challenges.