The agreement “means we’ll expand our sorghum portfolio and continue to make these products available to growers across the U.S.,” said Lou Buice, president of Golden Acres.
Golden Acres Genetics, Ltd. and Syngenta Seeds, Inc. have reached an agreement resulting in the transfer of Syngenta’s sorghum inventory which includes grain sorghum, forage sorghum and sorghum sudan hybrids currently marketed by Syngenta’s Garst, Golden Harvest and NK brands.
The agreement “means we’ll expand our sorghum portfolio and continue to make these products available to growers across the U.S.,” said Lou Buice, president of Golden Acres. “This will allow us to offer a broader line of high performing hybrids to growers — not only across our Southern market area, but everywhere sorghum is grown.”
“We're pleased that Golden Acres is purchasing Syngenta’s sorghum inventory and will continue to provide farmers with high-quality hybrid sorghum seed,” said Steve Sick, Syngenta sorghum product manager.
"We believe Golden Acres Genetics has proven their ability to provide high-quality products and service for this important market segment."
“Golden Acres is excited to add these proven Syngenta sorghum products to our offering for 2012,” said Lou Buice, president, Golden Acres Genetics, Ltd. “These hybrids will further help us in our mission to professionally serve farmers with custom seed solutions.”
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