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Explore Grow More Experience Virtual Tours in the West

February 1, 2023
rows of dry beans at a Grow More Experience site in Idaho

A dry bean trial in ID; 2018.

Testing new products on your fields can be daunting. For years, Grow More™ Experience sites have conducted trials across the country to test the performance of crop protection products in different geographies and growing conditions. Learnings and yield data from these trials allow you to see how products might perform on your own crops. You can now explore these trial results and insights from across the West through the Virtual Grow More Experience YouTube Playlist.

Local agronomists walk through various trials and give their advice on managing diseases in grasses grown for seed, how to help control powdery mildew in grapes and cherries, and more. Here are some examples:

  • Syngenta Agronomy Service Representative Jess Holcomb walks through plots of grasses grown for seed in Amity, OR, and showcases how the combination of a long-lasting fungicide tank-mixed with a plant growth regulator can help reduce lodging, ultimately leading to higher yield potential at harvest.
  • As you continue through the playlist, you can virtually join Syngenta Agronomy Service Representative Glenn Letendre as he walks through a dry beans trial at the Rupert, ID, Grow More Experience site. Letendre highlights:
    • The variability in plant stands, health and crop canopy in plots treated with the various seed treatments available on the market.
    • The efficacy of these seed treatments when dry beans are under heavy Pythium, Rhizoctonia and Fusarium

Visit the Virtual Grow More Experience YouTube Playlist to see additional information on potato trials, disease management and more.

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Product performance assumes disease presence. Performance assessments are based upon results or analysis of public information, field observations and/or internal Syngenta evaluations. Trials reflect treatment rates commonly recommended in the marketplace.

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