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Syngenta receives intellectual property protection for corn herbicide in China

08-Mar-2005

Syngenta announced that it has received Administrative Protection for its chemical compound mesotrione from the Chinese National Development and Reform Commission. The protection gives Syngenta exclusive rights to manufacture and sell mesotrione in China. Mesotrione is the active ingredient in ...

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Syngenta receives full registration for BRAVO® to combat resistant disease in Germany

19-Jan-2005

Syngenta announced that its leading fungicide BRAVO® has received full registration for use on wheat in Germany. BRAVO® offers farmers a unique solution for controlling the fungal disease Septoria, including strains that other treatments do not fully control. The registration allows for early ...

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Syngenta fortifies US market position with LEXAR(TM) corn herbicide

17-Aug-2004

Syngenta announced the introduction of a new corn herbicide, LEXAR(TM), in the USA. LEXAR(TM) delivers superior season-long, pre-emergence weed control. The product will be available for the 2005 season and is specifically designed for the needs of growers in the central and southern corn-growing ...

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Syngenta refutes Monsanto lawsuit as totally without merit

Syngenta has announced today that it considers a lawsuit filed against it by US competitor Monsanto as groundless.

14-May-2004

"This case is totally without merit," said David Jones, Head of Business Development at Syngenta. "We are delighted to have secured worldwide ownership of commercially proven glyphosate tolerance technology for corn which we intend to make available to growers in the 2005 season. We are entirely ...

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Syngenta launches new fungicide to combat severe soybean disease in Brazil

23-Jan-2004

Syngenta announced today the launch of a new fungicide to combat the outbreak of what is becoming a very serious disease in Brazilian soybeans Soybean rust migrated from Africa to South America where it has affected several million hec-tares during the last two years. It can defoliate a crop in ...

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Syngenta and Diversa form extensive research and product development alliance

06-Dec-2002

Syngenta and Diversa today announced they have formed a broad collaboration to establish a shared biotechnology research platform and to discover products. Diversa is to acquire certain technology rights from Syngenta for pharmaceutical applications, in exchange for equity. The transaction will ...

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Syngenta scientist receives Franklin Institute award

29-Jan-2002

Basel, Switzerland, 28 January 2002 Syngenta today announced that Dr. Mary-Dell Chilton of Syngenta will receive the 2002 Benjamin Franklin Award for Life Sciences from the Franklin Institute. The award is in recognition of her pioneering work in the area of gene transfer into plants. ...

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Syngenta takes full ownership of Tomono Agrica in Japan

25-Jul-2001

Syngenta today announced that it has signed a letter of intent to take full control of Tomono Agrica, a crop protection marketing and distribution company in Japan. Under terms of the agreement, Syngenta will purchase a further 50% of Tomono Agrica’s shares bringing its shareholding to ...

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Syngenta Receives USA Registration for CALLISTO Corn Herbicide

06-Jun-2001

Syngenta Crop Protection announced today that CALLISTO™ its new corn herbicide has received registration from the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) under its reduced-risk pesticide program. CALLISTO™ is registered as a post-emergence corn herbicide and may be applied from crop ...

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Syngenta Receives First Registration Of Its New Cereal Fungicide ACANTO

01-Jun-2001

Syngenta today announced the first registration worldwide of its new strobilurin fungicide, picoxystrobin. The new generation fungicide is expected to bring major benefits to cereal farmers. Picoxystrobin, the new broad spectrum strobilurin fungicide from Syngenta, has been granted ...

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