2023 Farm Progress Show and Husker Harvest Days visitors will enjoy the Syngenta experience – plus, a cold drink or two.
This summer, Syngenta returns to Farm Progress Show, Aug. 29 to 31 in Decatur, Illinois, and Husker Harvest Days, Sept. 12 to 14 in Grand Island, Nebraska. The Syngenta experience connects a wide portfolio of seed and crop protection products and agronomic insights with growers, retailers and others in the ag industry. Syngenta booth visitors can chat with experts about their biggest concerns this season – and have a lot of fun in the process.
The ultra-informative Agronomy Bar is returning this year, with Syngenta Agronomic Service Representatives (ASRs) available for in-depth discussions on the weeds, pests and diseases threatening corn, soybeans and other crops. The Agronomy Bar will host live, scheduled demonstrations and “Ask an Agronomist” opportunities.
The Agronomy Bar also features a trivia game for the chance to win fun prizes like corn- and soybean-themed socks and drink tickets for Syngenta Square, the show’s beer garden*. This game challenges visitors to explore top Syngenta products, discuss issues with ASRs and learn more about current agronomic challenges.
Top Syngenta brands and their capabilities will be represented throughout the booth. A live plant demonstration will showcase Tendovo® soybean herbicide in action. Visitors will see the difference in pest control between DuracadeViptera™ trait stacks and their competitors in a preserved corn trial. The Storen™ corn herbicide patio will be the 2023 highlight of the booth. Syngenta announced Storen, its newest corn herbicide, at Commodity Classic in March 2023. The key features of Storen will be highlighted with a live plant display and other demonstrations. Other featured brands include:
When it’s time for a break from all the ag action, head to Syngenta Square for a cold drink and live music**. This year, the Better Yield is the Better Deal™ lineup of products is taking over the square with even more ways to unwind.
Exclusive to Farm Progress Show, CruiserMaxx APX will challenge common seed treatment myths with a surprise special guest.