Syngenta looks to the future of ag business
Syngenta hosted Crop Demonstration Days in the spring in North Carolina to explain the company’s thinking about the global future of agriculture, new technology and how Syngenta has organized its personnel in dealing with producers. David Morgan, North America regional director, provided an explanation.
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