Farmer success starts with seed performance, which is driven by strong agronomics and innovative product development.
The three R’s traditionally represent reading, writing and arithmetic. When he’s talking about Acuron corn herbicide, Chad Threewits, Syngenta agronomy service representative for Indiana, wants farmers to think about resistance, rates and revenue potential.
Soybean growers across the United States have been evaluating their 2020 crop yields to make input decisions for next season.
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.
Pending final approval, the Illinois-specific dicamba application restrictions from 2020 will remain in place this year.
Mandatory online training opportunities are available for farmers, commercial operators and all others who will be handling dicamba products in 2021.
When Chad Threewits, Syngenta agronomy service representative for Indiana, gets the money question from his customers about corn herbicide programs, the answer, for him, is an easy one.
While 2020 has been a year of unexpected and unprecedented challenges, strong performance by corn and soybean seeds was one thing farmers didn’t need to worry about.