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The Syngenta Field Report features information and experts from Syngenta sharing observations about issues growers are dealing with in the fields.

Enhancing Plant Physiology: Why is it important to growers?

Jul 24, 2009
Enhancing Plant Physiology
 
Numerous corn and soybean fungicides in the Syngenta portfolio provide four key physiological benefits to growers including:
  • Broad-spectrum disease control
  • Enhanced CO2 assimilation allows plants to use the sun’s energy more efficiently for greater growth
  • Increased water use efficiency slows transpiration to help the plant retain water, which improves drought tolerance
  • Enhanced green leaf area maximizes growth and yield development
These four physiological benefits work together to ultimately provide growers with a greater return on investment. When physiological processes in plants are enhanced or optimized, the output is greater and more beneficial to yields/growers.
 
Over the next few posts, I will provide additional information and details about each of these benefits, and how they can positively impact your crops.
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