Syngenta Announces Leadership Moves
Last week, Syngenta announced several key management appointments for its North American Lawn & Garden leadership team. Tim Kroenke is now the head of the North American Lawn & Garden division, Keelan Pulliam will lead Syngenta’s Flowers Professional business and Scott Reasons will lead the Turf & Landscape/Consumer business.
As head of Flowers Professional, Pulliam will oversee management of the businesses that serve the professional greenhouse and nursery industry, including Syngenta Flowers, the wholesale genetics organization that combines seed and vegetative genetics under the brands Goldsmith, Goldfisch, and Yoder; Syngenta’s ornamental plant protection business, producers of such products as Daconil and Heritage fungicides, Barricade herbicide, Avid insecticide and Bonzi plant growth regulator; Conrad Fafard, Inc., producers of professional growing media and consumer growing media; and Syngenta Horticultural Services distribution business.
Pulliam joined Syngenta in 1979 and has held various leadership positions in the Crop Protection and Professional Products divisions. Most recently, he was president of Conrad Fafard, Inc.
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