We are finding new ways to help crops to deal better with changing climates
Syngenta Grain Academy 2015
Syngenta believes that the future of agriculture should be shaped rather than left to chance.
Therefore, in partnership with the University of the Free State’s Business School, we have developed
a tailored programme and successfully implemented it in 2013 & 2014 for young commercial growers
to equip them to address the challenges of tomorrow.
For more information about our Grain Academy please click here
South African maize growers have joined their international counterparts by becoming part of a unique input cost protection plan which takes some of the uncertainty caused by fluctuating value of currencies, inflation and volatile commodity prices out of their day to day operations. For more than 400 participating growers, this ... Read more ...
The automated herbicide filling line that Syngenta opened on 4 November is an investment in innovation and technology aimed at boosting Africa’s contribution to global food security.
Lungelwa Kama from Maclear situated in the foothills of the Drakensberg announced as the 2014 winner of GrainSA/Syngenta Smallholder Farmer of the Year Award.
Grain SA celebrated the successes of its grain producers during a prestigious gala event, held at The Theatre on the Track on Friday, 17 October 2014.
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