Tomatoes from Syngenta: Perfection through GSPP
As one of the international leaders in crop protection and the breeding of high-quality seed varieties for the professional market, Syngenta has taken a leadership role as one of the key initiators of Good Seed and Plant Practices (GSPP), a hygiene and prevention system that significantly reduces the risk of Clavibacter michiganensis (Cmm), for the tomato market.
GSPP areas of focus:
Syngenta Vegetable Seeds earned North America's first accreditation for the Good Seed and Plant Practices at the Syngenta Pasco Plant. This means we're uniquely positioned to provide healthier, better, and safer seeds for the production of active greenhouse vegetable plants and for the entire active greenhouse value chain. Learn more about this accreditation and what it requires: https://www.gspp.eu/
Active Greenhouse Crop Guide
See our range of varieties available in the Active Greenhouse Crop Guide
Questions? Need Help?
For more information, contact your local Syngenta representative or seed dealer.