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NK soybeans bring advanced technology to the table
A legacy of performance
Plant the seeds of change with NK soybeans. As a leader in soybean plant breeding for more than 40 years, we develop NK soybeans from one of the industry’s largest germplasm pools. Each variety is tailored to meet your growing environment, resulting in higher yield potential.
NK soybeans have elite genetics and industry-leading traits
Elite genetics
Our Yield Engineering System (Y.E.S.), a marker-assisted breeding innovation, enables the development of NK soybeans. These varieties are comprised of elite genetics and industry-leading traits, and our top-line varieties feature built-in resistance to damaging pests, such as soybean cyst nematode and sudden death syndrome.
NK soybeans break yield ceiling
High-yielding varieties
At Syngenta, we strive to be at the forefront of innovation. We continuously invest in seed genetics and innovative trait technology to deliver the quality, high-yielding varieties that you have come to expect. Additionally, we offer complete product solutions so you can break through yield barriers and grow more soybeans.


NK Soybeans Testimonials

Bradley Benton - Retailer
Holly Grove, Arkansas
testimonial quote "I've seen up to 70-75 bushels with the NK® Soybeans S49-F8 brand on our heavier soils. The variety's good disease package gets the height needed and is very versatile."
Jeff Anderson - Grower,
Syngenta Seed Advisor
Hamilton County, Iowa
testimonial quote "In one field, I planted NK® Soybeans S26-P3 brand, which averaged 75 bushels per acre. It's a milestone for me and for this area!"
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