• Seed
  • Nov 09, 2020

Balance Economics and Agronomics on Soybean Acres for Next Season

early-season soybeans

As harvest wraps up, you’ll likely be spending more time planning a winning soybean strategy for 2021. With even more soybean trait options to choose from this season, your WinField United retailer is dedicated to helping you find the seed products best suited for your acres. And, to help support strong agronomic decisions and to make your farm budget work harder, we’re introducing a new CROPLAN® soybean acre incentive program to set you up for success next season.


Make more confident decisions and manage risk

Consistent, reliable performance from your soybean seed is more important than ever right now. CROPLAN seed products are rigorously tested across diverse environments every year, so we understand how they’ll perform on farms like yours. You can be more confident in making seed decisions knowing they are backed by more than 6 million data points.


In addition, CROPLAN offers WinPak® soybean varieties to help you manage variability in your fields. WinPak varieties are a unique offering in the industry that pairs two complementary soybean varieties in one bag to help you better manage risk. And because we’re able to pull from a diverse genetic portfolio when we develop new varieties, we have soybean options to fit every agronomic challenge and situation.  


Get more bang for your buck

To help stretch your soybean management dollars further and support your in-season management efforts, CROPLAN seed is offering the Soybean Seed and Multiple Modes of Action incentive offer for the 2021 growing season. When you purchase CROPLAN soybean seed plus eligible seed treatments, herbicides and WinField® United-branded adjuvants, you could be eligible for discounts on your purchases.    


To take advantage of industry-leading genetics and data-driven management recommendations and to learn more about the Soybean Seed and Multiple Modes of Action incentive offer, contact your local WinField United retailer.


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Important: Before use always read and follow label instructions. Crop performance is dependent on several factors many of which are beyond the control of WinField United, including without limitation, soil type, pest pressures, agronomic practices, and weather conditions. Growers are encouraged to consider data from multiple locations, over multiple years, and be mindful of how such agronomic conditions could impact results.
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