Syngenta Displays Vegetables The Way Consumers Want To Use Them

Veggies were a big feature of the tour at Syngenta Flowers’ California Spring Trials stop, where Greenhouse Grower editors visited Monday. Jeanine Bogard, Syngenta’s vegetable business product manager, highlighted four separate types of veggie gardens that demonstrated how today’s consumers will likely use vegetables: community gardens, urban home gardens and patio containers. She says most garden varieties will work in these settings, but consumers just need guidance to understand how to use them and where.



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