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Syngenta leadership appointments


June 3, 2010
By Dave Harrison

June 3, 2010, Greensboro, NC – Syngenta
has announced several key management
appointments for its North American Lawn & Garden leadership team.



June 3, 2010, Greensboro, NC – Syngenta has announced several key management
appointments for its North American Lawn & Garden leadership team.

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• Tim Kroenke is now head of the company’s North American Lawn &
Garden Division. He most recently led the North American Professional Flowers
business. His responsibilities will include overall management, and profit and
loss for Syngenta’s plant protection, flowers and growing media businesses
throughout the region.

• Keelan Pulliam is head of the
Flowers Professional
group and will oversee management of the
businesses that serve the professional greenhouse and nursery industry: 

(i) 
       Syngenta Flowers, Inc.,
the wholesale genetics organization which combines the seed and vegetative
genetics for the professional greenhouse and nursery industries under the
brands Goldsmith®, Goldfisch® and Yoder®.

(ii)         The ornamental plant protection business, producers of such products as Daconil® and Heritage® fungicides, Barricade® herbicide, Avid® insecticide, and Bonzi® plant growth regulator.

(iii)       
Conrad
Fafard, Inc.
, producers of professional growing media and consumer
growing media under the Fafard brand.

(iv)        Syngenta Horticultural Services distribution business.

Pulliam joined Syngenta in 1979 and has held various leadership positions
in Crop Protection and Professional Products. Most recently, he was president
of Conrad Fafard, Inc.

• Scott Reasons is head of the North American Turf & Landscape/Consumer
business and will oversee numerous customer categories for Syngenta , including
Golf, Turf & Landscape, Aquatics, Home Care and Consumer Products.

Since 1986, Reasons has held various commercial roles at Syngenta, in
both Crop Protection and Lawn & Garden. His most recent position was head
of marketing for the Turf, Landscape and Consumer businesses.


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