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Syngenta Crop Protection

Syngenta Crop Protection, created through the recent spin-off, then merger, of the Novartis agribusiness and the AstraZeneca agrochemical businesses, is pleased to continue its participation in Farm Press's High Cotton Awards, and congratulates each winner and nominees.

Syngenta's vision is delivering better food to a better world through outstanding crop solutions. As the world's largest company dedicated solely to agribusiness and the market leader in each region it serves, Syngenta expects to launch, over the next three years, seven new crop protection products and four new seed products.

Syngenta's product portfolio offers solutions to most producers' total crop protection needs. By providing both selective and non-selective herbicides, Syngenta provides more options for protecting yield and quality. Syngenta also has the broadest range of fungicides in the industry and a wide selection of insecticides for both foliar and soil applications.

Among its cotton products portfolio, growers can still find the products they've come to depend on and trust, as well as new, innovative products: Caparol[R], CYCLONE[R] MAX, Dual MAGNUM[R], FUSILADE[R] DX, FUSION[R], GRAMOXONE[R] Max, TOUCHDOWN[R], Zorial[R], QUADRIS[R], Ridomil Gold[R] PC, Curacron[R], KARATE[R] with Zeon technology, Zephyr[R] and WARRIOR[R], Apron XL[TM], Maxim[R], Adage[TM].

Syngenta Crop Protection will provide innovative products, superior technology and services which best satisfy its customers' needs in agribusiness. Its growth will focus on meeting the needs of its customers, its people, the environment and the communities, in which it lives and works.

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