Golden harvest news
A new incubation center for innovation designed to bring research and development close to farmers is now operating in northern Illinois.
Registration for the 2023 Golden Harvest Go for the Gold Challenge is open now through June 30.
Golden Harvest announced its sponsorship of NASCAR Xfinity Series driver Sammy Smith as part of its 50th anniversary celebration as a seed company.
While summer is the time to evaluate corn rootworm pressure, now is the time to make plans to manage it, said Andrew Rupe, agronomist at Golden Harvest.
Agronomists at Golden Harvest recommend three corn management practices to maximize yield potential.
As farmers prepare for the 2022 season, the Golden Harvest agronomy team recommends three research-backed corn management practices that can maximize yield potential: optimizing corn seeding rates, implementing narrow row spacing and enhancing nutrient management.
Syngenta is donating $12,050 to local chapters of the National FFA Organization to help support ongoing training and programming for future agriculture leaders and their communities.
Late-season disease management is crucial to protecting corn and soybean yield potential come harvest. Although Corn Belt farmers already facing top 2021 yield robbers are past the prevention stage, the Golden Harvest agronomy team reminds them that it’s not too late to mitigate the diseases’ impact — not only for this season, but for the next, as well.
With its location right in the middle of a now-former cornfield, as well as in the heart of the Corn Belt, one of the goals of the new Syngenta R&D Innovation Center — to bring researchers and farmers together — is close to being achieved.
Golden Harvest corn and soybean seed products once again outperformed competitors in fields across the United States, despite a season filled with weather and economic challenges.