Watermelon, Cantaloupe, Cucumber, and Squash Seeds
High-quality seed varieties deliver year-round value
Here are some of the ways we are helping growers be more successful:
Syngenta Global Cucurbits Center of Excellence in California, USA
Our Woodland site in California serves as a hub for corn, cucurbit, and fruiting vegetable research. Greenhouses, specialized plant growth environments, and an innovative plant pathology lab provide the opportunity for innovation and collaboration across a wide variety of crops, such as seedless watermelon varieties.
Watermelon varieties for every grower
Full Count Plant Program
The Full Count® Plant Program is one of the many ways that Syngenta offers watermelon growers a transplant process that is faster, easier, and more cost-efficient. Since 2002 in the United States, Full Count has established itself as the leading supplier of quality transplants in the watermelon industry. All a grower needs to do is place an order for the number of watermelon plants needed for each planting, and one of our partner greenhouses will deliver high-quality plants directly to their field or head house.
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Supporting global melon production through innovation
With the IDEAL Melons lineup, consumers around the world will have access to tasty, fresh cantaloupe all year — even in the heart of winter. Our adaptable varieties have good shelf life, transportability, and durability during processing. Whether the melon is grown in South Africa, Central America, or your backyard, it can be delivered to grocery shelves for everyone to enjoy all year.
“IDEAL Melons have the ideal profile with the ideal flavor, musky aromatics, fruit color, and freshness, even in the dead of winter.” — Bernie Hamel, Value Added Chain Lead, Syngenta Vegetable Seeds
Quality cucumber varieties with high yield potential
“Our intention is to reach the market with the highest shelf life and freshness for the consumer.” — Pedro Pleguezuelo, Syngenta Portfolio Manager, Melon and Cucumber
Meeting market needs with a broad portfolio of squash varieties
Higher commercial yield
Better plant architecture
and harvest traits
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