Syngenta understands the language of plants, and brings their potential to life

Plants are the food we eat, the air we breathe and the environment we enjoy. Plants are essential for life. They continually renew the earth’s resources. They provide food, oxygen, fuel, shelter, clothing and medicine

Plants are the food we eat, the air we breathe and the environment we enjoy. Plants are essential for life. They continually renew the earth’s resources. They provide food, oxygen, fuel, shelter, clothing and medicine.

Unlocking the full potential of plants will overcome many of the global challenges that we face.
Syngenta plays a critical role in harnessing the power of plants to meet these challenges.


Syngenta was created in 2000. But our experience with plants goes back many decades. All around the world, our scientists work with a vast range of crops in local conditions, and share their insights globally

Syngenta understands the language of plants, and brings their potential to life – in larger U.S. corn harvests, for example, and more vigorous Brazilian soybeans. 

By enabling smallholders in developing countries to grow an extra crop each year, thus improving nutrition and raising income. Through healthier vegetables at affordable prices, or more beautiful flowers for greater enjoyment. And in many, many other ways, while increasing sustainable agriculture farming.


Bringing plant potential to life is our company purpose. We achieve it by working to our values: Innovation, Intensity, Health and Performance.