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New Development from Syngenta Breeders in CA

The Syngenta Woodland R&D and seed production facility in California is a hotbed of activity throughout the year, but each August the excitement culminates as representatives from vegetable seed resellers visit the site to see, touch and taste the new innovations in development by Syngenta breeders. This year did not disappoint. From more robust disease resistance packages to enhanced fruit flavor and texture, the future of Syngenta Vegetable Seeds is looking very bright. To learn more about current Syngenta vegetable seed offerings, visit www.SyngentaUS.com/vegetables.

This agronomic image shows Sweet Sunrise, a new long-shelf-life melon from Syngenta.

One of the newest introductions from Syngenta, Sweet Sunrise offers an enhanced disease package and unique flavor profile in a long shelf life melon.

This agronomic image shows Paquime, a jalapeno variety from Syngenta breeders.

Paquime, a jalapeño variety featured in trials, produces extra-large fruit with strikingly pungent flavor.

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