Syngenta Tech Agreement

Producers must sign the US03 version of the Syngenta Seeds, LLC Stewardship Agreement and have it on the electronic version. This agreement was recently updated in October 2019, so please check the latest version to keep up to date with all syngenta trust requirements. Download this comprehensive guide for technical information on Bayer`s current technology portfolio. Insect resistance management is a prerequisite for the purchase of insect-protected plants. Before opening a seed bag, you must read and understand the fiduciary management requirements, including the protection requirements for insect resistance management, for the biotech characteristics expressed in the technology agreements you sign in the seeds. By opening and using a seed bag, you reaffirm your commitment to meeting these stewardship requirements. Syngenta is currently implementing an agreement to meet all of the technology requirements listed above. Learn more about our portfolio of plant technologies and the policies of their use. Farmers wishing to buy or plant seeds using Bayer technologies need a current Bayer Technology Stewardship Agreement (TSA). Bayer`s proprietary properties are offered in more than 200 different brands through an approved distribution network, allowing you to maximize your farm`s return potential. To ensure access to these latest technologies, farmers can benefit from an ASD www.agcelerate.com via the AgCelerate Stewardship platform.

AgCelerate is a place where you can see and manage your technology agreements with Bayer and other feature providers. The use of characteristic seeds may depend on the producer signing agreements to use the technology based on the requirements of the characteristics suppliers. Producers must sign agreements to use the technology to cover all characteristics before receiving, planting or growing seeds. If you have any questions, talk to your local LG Seeds salesperson. Specific requirements of the characteristics supplier: all plants or materials obtained from biotech plant products cannot be exported or used, processed or sold in countries where all necessary regulatory approvals have been issued. It is a violation of national and international law to relocate biological materials across borders to countries where importation is not permitted. Producers should speak with their grain merchant or product buyer to confirm their purchasing position for this crop or material. Farmers can consult www.ncga.com/know-you-grow (know before growing) for the eligibility of corn biotechnographic properties. E3® soybeans, which contain the characteristic „Enlist®, cannot be used for a single commercial crop.