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At Syngenta Vegetable Seeds, we are dedicated to supporting our customers and partners around the world in this unique and complex industry.

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Minecto Pro Citrus
Minecto Pro® Insecticide

Controls a wide range of lepidopteran pests as well as difficult-to-control sucking insects in vegetables.

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Full Count® Plant Program

Ensure you receive the "full count" of your plant order from our leading transplant producers.

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Syngenta Ag Scholarship
Syngenta Agricultural Scholarship

Read about this year's winners and learn more about how Syngenta invests in the future of ag.

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