Tuesday, February 28, 2017
EPA registers Syngenta’s Ballista LFC insecticide

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently registered Syngenta’s Ballista LFC insecticide, which farmers will be able to use to combat soil-dwelling corn insect pests after it gains state registrations
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Syngenta gains EPA registration for new fungicide

Agriculture company Syngenta has earned EPA registration for its succinate dehydrogenase inhibitor (SDHI) fungicide, which will be available in four products once cleared by state registrations, according to a release issued by the company today.
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Syngenta improves WeevilTrak for annual bluegrass weevil management

Online monitoring tool now includes real-time blog, new research sites, addition of Ference insecticide
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Syngenta offers new growth regulator to help control mosquitoes

Product for Pest Management Professionals combines Demand CS and Archer Multipack
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Syngenta plant in Louisiana enters busiest time of year

As farmers across the U.S. begin to plant their crops, Syngenta’s St. Gabriel, Louisiana, plant is kicking into high gear to ensure that its agri-chemical products are readily available. “We can’t deliver on our promise to help farmers grow more if our products aren’t getting to them quickly and dependably, whether they need a couple of ounces or dozens of 900-pound bags of crop-protection products,” Site Logistics Manager Josie Anderson said on Thursday.
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