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Elevate Your Yields

Maximize ROI potential with NK® soybeans. Backed by the extensive research and development capabilities of Syngenta and tested across the U.S., NK soybeans are proven winners — over and over again.

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NK Soy Performance
Pushing Performance

Among leading soybean companies, only NK soybeans offer all herbicide trait options to help farmers with weed management. And with a state-of-the-art greenhouse, NK can provide more options with accelerated trait conversion.

Accelerating Innovation

A lab in Clinton, IL is home to a state‐of‐the‐art trait introgression facility that is helping breeders boost breeding efficiency and precision.


NK Soy Genetics
Diversity of Choice

NK soybeans are developed from one of the industry's largest and most diverse germplasm pools, offering varieties for a broad range of soil, weather and other environmental conditions.

Plus, with access to the latest leading disease and insect tolerance traits, farmers can rest easy knowing their genetic potential is protected.


Committed to Quality

Every step of the NK seed production process is geared toward maintaining the highest quality and purity. From the seed breeder to the final seed delivery, testing plays a a crucial role. This ensures that you receive the full yield potential and value of your purchase.

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