Septoria Resistance Profiling Trial Terms & Conditions



1. These Terms & Conditions apply from the version date set out above until 31 December 2022 (“End Date”) and relate to Syngenta’s Septoria Resistance Profiling Trial which is more fully described in our information sheet (“Trial”).

Who we are:

2. “We” are “Syngenta” - Syngenta UK Limited (reg’d co. No. 00849037, reg’d office address Cpc4, Capital Park, Fulbourn, Cambridge, CB21 5XE).

Who you are:

3. You are either: (i) a grower; or (ii) an agronomic advisor ("Advisor") providing services to your end customers. In either case, you are acting on behalf of an agricultural business which is a company, sole trader or any other form of business entity based in the UK (“Business”).

4. Unless the context otherwise requires, in these Terms & Conditions, “you” and “your” means both the person taking part in the Trial and the Business on behalf of which you have agreed to participate in the Trial.

Taking part in the Trial:

5. Your participation in the Trial is voluntary and free of charge. To take part, you must accept these Terms & Conditions.

6. You are free to withdraw from the Trial at any time without giving a reason, but we ask that you please let us know by emailing us at .


7. “Results” means the information and outputs resulting from the Trial. Although we aim to provide you with Results relating to your samples, we do not guarantee to do so. We reserve the right, at our discretion, to withhold Results for an undisclosed reason.

8. We will own the Results and all intellectual property rights therein and we (and our group companies) may use the Results for research, development and for commercial purposes.

9. To the extent that the Results include personal data, we will only use such personal data in accordance with our privacy notice. We may aggregate or otherwise anonymize any personal data comprised in the Results so that they no longer constitute personal data and our use of such aggregated or anonymized data is not constrained by our privacy notice.

10. We will ensure that any Results which we publish will be anonymised using an ID code and collated with information from other participants so that they are not traceable to you or your Business (unless we have obtained your prior permission in writing).

Disclaimers and exclusions of liability:

11. PLEASE NOTE THAT any Results provided without warranty that they are correct, accurate, reliable, comprehensive, timely or suitable for making agricultural decisions about Septoria management or for any other purpose.

12. Any Results provided should not be used as the sole basis for making agronomic decisions. You agree that you are responsible for inspecting crops and exercising your judgment when making agronomic decisions. You are also responsible for implementing agronomic practices in accordance with good agricultural practice, stewardship guidance and applicable laws and regulations.

13. Your participation in this Trial is at your sole risk. We will not be liable to you (or, if you are an Advisor, to your end customers) for any loss or damages (including loss of profits or revenue, loss of or damage to crops) arising out of or in connection with your participation in this Trial or your use of, or reliance on, any Results.

Personal Data:

14. For information about how we process your personal data, please see our privacy statement on the next page.

Governing Law and jurisdiction:

15. These Terms & Conditions shall be governed by the laws of England and Wales without regard to conflict of law principles and the ordinary courts of England and Wales shall have exclusive jurisdiction for any claims relating to these Terms & Conditions.



  1. Data Controller: Syngenta UK Limited (“we”) are the data controller.
  2. Personal Data: We will process the following personal data for the purposes of the Trial - your name, email address, business name, a description of your role (grower, Advisor), address and telephone number.
  3. Purposes of Processing: We will process your personal data in order to administer the Trial, communicate with you about the Trial, send you test kits or other materials relevant to the Trial, send surveys or request for feedback about the Trial.  You can unsubscribe from such communications by using the unsubscribe link in the email or by contacting us as set out below.
  4. Our Service Providers: Our service providers such as postal service companies, IT hosting companies process your personal data under our instructions to help us carry out the purposes listed above.
  5. Legal Basis: Where you contract with us as an individual, e.g. as a sole trader, our lawful ground for processing your personal data is to perform the Trial contract. Where your company or other legal entity contracts with us, our lawful ground for processing your personal data is our legitimate interests in carrying out the Trial in accordance with the contract with the company or other legal entity.
  6. Data Retention: We may store certain personal data (such as a record of your identity and the fact that you took part in the Trial) for a period of time after completion of the Trial or after your withdrawal from the Trial in order to provide good customer service and to comply with an applicable legal obligation or for evidentiary purposes, in particular to be prepared for legal disputes or complaints. The legal basis for such processing is that is it necessary for our legitimate interest in establishing, exercising or defending our rights.
  7. Our Full Privacy Notice: We will process your personal data only for the purposes set out above and in accordance with this privacy statement and our full privacy notice which you can read at: .
  8. Contacting us. If you have any questions relating to personal data or wish to exercise your data subject rights, please contact our Data Privacy Champion via email at You also have a right to lodge a complaint with the Information Commissioner (details available at ).