Syngenta Seeds expands portfolio for 2005 season

November 2004
Southeast Farm Press;11/3/2004, Vol. 31 Issue 25, p33
Trade Publication
This article reports that Syngenta Seeds Inc. has added 27 new corn hybrids, soybean and alfalfa varieties to the NK Brand product portfolio for the 2005 growing season. According to Jack Bernens, NK Brand vice president of marketing for Syngenta Seeds, NK Brand soybeans deliver unique, high-yielding genetics, designed to meet growers' demands for more yield, more often. Backed by 35 years of proprietary breeding, the 13 new NK Brand soybeans underwent a rigorous screening process that identifies resistance to key pests such as soybean cyst nematode, phytophthora root rot and iron deficiency chlorosis.


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