Syngenta Voices 4 Wheat campaign is underway

The program fosters idea sharing about management solutions that improve production. | File photo

The Syngenta 2016 Voices 4 Wheat Blog Campaign will focus on three stories throughout the growing season.

“Because wheat-growing conditions and production challenges differ greatly from state to state and from year to year, we're proud to support programs like the Voices 4 Wheat campaign,” David Piñon, Syngenta's communications lead, said. “This program offers localized, season-long grower perspectives and fosters idea sharing about management solutions that improve production. Our audience also gains a more realistic view about - and often an increased appreciation for -- the inputs, time and work that goes into cereal production."

The interactive blog will focus on the stories of Brett Wilken, an Idaho Thresher Artisan Wheat seed overseer; Matthew Lobmeyer from Kansas, who owns Lobmeyer Seed Farms; and Paul Anderson, owner of Victoria Seed and Processing in North Dakota.

"Our participants offer unique insight and useful information for other growers in our key cereal-growing geographies,” Piñon said. “These programs not only provide a valuable opportunity to collaborate with customers in a way that is easy and effective for them, they also strengthen the Syngenta commitment to advancing agriculture, thinking like a grower and increasing efficiencies to help farmers improve productivity.”

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