• Agriculture Technology
  • Dec 09, 2020

Watch: Tie Seed Selection to Local Agronomic Recommendations

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How do genetics, traits, yield environment and management practices impact your corn and soybean seed choices? WinField United’s Dan Griffin, technical seed agronomist, and Joe Rickard, regional agronomist, discuss considerations for corn and soybean choices for 2021.

 

Remember: Seed is the biggest crop input decision you make. Selecting the right seed for your acres is one of The Fundamental Five key agronomic actions you can take to support season-long crop management and help achieve optimal ROI and yield potential.

 

Talk with your local trusted advisor about what’s best suited for your fields and how to manage those hybrids and varieties to reach their full potential.

 
 
 

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