CEO students toured Sygenta in Tuscola and were able to follow the path of soy beans that are cleaned, sorted and treated to be "mother" seeds. Site Manager, Kevin Kaiser, showed the group the technology involved in producing seeds uniform in size, free of disease, and coated to ensure they will meet the needs of the farmer and help feed the world.


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