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About Syngenta Group

At the Syngenta Group, our 60,000 people across more than 100 countries strive every day to transform agriculture through tailor-made solutions for the benefit of farmers, society and our planet – making us the world's most local agricultural technology and innovation partner.

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A world leader in protecting crops, keeping plants safe from planting to harvesting.
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One of the world's largest developers and producers of seeds.
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A global leader in off-patent crop protection.
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China's leading agricultural technology and innovation partner.

Latest Press Releases

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Syngenta Group and The Nature Conservancy (TNC) extend collaboration
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Syngenta extends leadership in fungicides with ADEPIDYN® technology
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Syngenta Group Reports Q1 2024 Results
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Syngenta Group reports $32.2 billion sales and $4.6 billion EBITDA in 2023

Our Stories

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Hacking through the weeds

New technology and digital services are becoming ever more essential for farmers world-wide. This year, Syngenta Group joined the START HACK as an industry partner hoping that the hackers could offer new ways of thinking.

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Syngenta's tomato seeds: proving their value to growers everywhere

From virus resistance to shelf life, from greenhouse cultivation to traceability, Syngenta’s tomato seeds are ensuring farmers are ready to face new threats while helping them increase their yield.

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Feeding pigs was only the beginning in the career of an agricultural leader

The Swiss newspaper Neue Zürcher Zeitung recently profiled Syngenta Group’s newly promoted chief executive officer, Jeff Rowe – noting his upbringing on a farm in the midwestern U.S. 

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Regenerative Agriculture at a glance

Regenerative agriculture improves soil, delivers high productivity farming and high-quality food, while helping fight climate change and restoring lost biodiversity.