Priority 1: Higher yields, lower impact
Accelerate crop productivity of the agricultural sector while reducing the impact on the planet through more sustainable technologies
Priority 2: Regenerate soil and nature
Enable the adoption of regenerative agriculture practises to help farmers improve productivity, soil health, biodiversity and climate
Priority 3: Improve rural prosperity
Improve the prosperity of low-income and under-served farmers by improving their access to inputs, knowledge, finance and markets
Priority 4: Sustainable operations
Reduce the environmental impact of our operations and supply chain, strengthen our diverse and inclusive culture and ensure the health and safety of our people.

Turning priorities into actionDrawing from three strong levers to put our sustainability priorities into action, Syngenta Group will embark on this new phase of its sustainability journey.

Our Stories

Jeff Rowe farms
Spring planting starts earlier, goes faster and yields better results with today’s agricultural innovations

Syngenta Group tailors its agricultural products and solutions to local growers worldwide — including the family farm of its CEO Jeff Rowe.

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.

Jeff Rowe
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. 

Tomato field
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.

Harvest on Farm
Measuring soil health with an eye on the future

The Rowe Farm uses cover crops to further protect and preserve the soil, which Jeff Rowe calls “any farmer’s most important asset.”

Jeff Rowe
Reaping the rewards of agricultural innovation and sustainability

The Rowe family farm adopts new technologies and techniques to boost productivity even while improving soil health and reducing the environmental impact.