"We are in contact with all the UK growers and having a product line like Syngenta's behind us is very important," said PVS director John Burrows.
He added: "Syngenta produce has the best genetics in terms of disease resistance, the company is reputable and is strong on breeding. This combination will help us develop our customer base and maximize the sales potential of several Syngenta varieties."
Burrows said his team included seeded-vegetable crops' specialist Reg Bingham, who worked at Syngenta for 30 years.
This is the latest coup for PVS and follows from a co-operation agreement with Zeraim for its vine seeded crops, including tomato, sweet pepper, baby cucumber and watermelon.
Other product lines include Mirai extra tender sweetcorn from American breeder Centest, stem broccoli lines from breeding partners in the far east and new pollenless sunflower cut and pot-type hybrids grown for specialist cut flower and bedding markets.