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Syngenta Keeping Close Tabs on Changes for the Future of Ag

 

A lot has happened across the world of agriculture the past two years. This fact was acknowledged by David Hollinrake, President of Syngenta Seeds, as he kicked off the 2018 Syngenta Media Summit in Minneapolis, titled “A New Era in Agriculture Innovation.” In particular, he pointed to the crop protection/seed industry’s rate of consolidation among companies over this time frame.    

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