To aid local growers, Syngenta in introducing more than 60 Grow More Experience sites in North America where retailers and seed advisers can receive valuable information from expert farmers and see how Syngenta products work in specific areas.
The site brings science to life in a real-world setting,” Scott Heinrich, an agronomy sales manager with Farmers Cooperative in Dorchester, Nebraska, said. “It lets you see the whole system in action in the field and put things into a dollars-and-cents perspective.”
Each site is designed with the growing conditions and production practices of the local area in mind. The sites highlight new and existing Syngenta products. Local crops are also featured at each site; for example corn and soybeans in the Midwest, cotton and rice in the South, vegetables in the East and specialty crops in the Western U.S.
Growers, retailers and Sygenta Seed Advisers are encouraged to contact their Syngenta sales representatives for more information to get a Grow More Experience site in their area.
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