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Tips for Dealing with Snow and Moisture at Harvest

With recent snowfalls across the US, it’s important to know how your crops will react, and how to reduce potential yield loss.…

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A Syngenta Agronomy Blog

Know More, Grow More provides recent localized crop management advice to help maximize your fields’ potential.

Crop-Specific Posts

Nov 7, 2019

Plan Ahead for Lurking Head Scab and Septoria Pathogens

Excessive rain this year created the perfect conditions for …

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Nov 7, 2019

What to Consider When Choosing Herbicides for 2020

Weeds are profit eaters for growers, and staying on top of t…

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Nov 6, 2019

Season Review and 2020 Management for CA Grapes

With CA grape harvest wrapped up, it’s important to look b…

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Growing Region Posts

Nov 6, 2019

Asian Citrus Psyllid Threatens CA Citrus

For citrus growers and Pest Control Advisors in CA, the Asia…

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Nov 4, 2019

Review and Prepare for 2020 CA Tree Nuts Season

We talked with agronomists Garrett Gilcrease and Don Lewis a…

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Nov 4, 2019

Get Ahead of Tar Spot in 2020

The corn disease tar spot was back in abundance this season …

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Tammy Wiedenbeck Selected as the 2019 #RootedinAg Contest Winner

Learn more about the grand prizewinner and the person who mo…

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Scientists Use Innovation to Accelerate Seed Technologies

Syngenta researchers use data analytics and genome editing t…

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Recruiting Young Ag Professionals

Two experienced recruiters share ways employers can stand ab…

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