Agronomic Service Representative Eric Richter explains how to optimize seed populations by taking a closer look at your productivity zones and soybean genetics.
Introduction: Five Steps for a Better Soybean Stand
Establishing a strong, uniform stand is a critical part of growing a profitable, high-yielding soybean crop...
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Whether you’re a veteran soybean grower or relatively new to the crop, an inoculant is one of the key ingredients to your success. It provides beneficial soil bacteria (rhizobia) that encourages...
Control the Controllable for Higher Yield
By: Marijke Vanderlaan, Agronomic Sales Representative This fall, many growers harvested 70-bushel soybeans. Much of the success is attributed to Mother Nature who delivered timely rains to...
NK® Soybean Variety Trial in Drumbo, Ontario
Agronomic Sales Representative Marijke Van Andel shares insights from a trial site in Drumbo, Ontario, where new varieties are put to the test on a range of soil types.
Crop Canopy Index
Agronomic Sales Manager Eric Richter explains canopy index and the different components that are calculated together to get the proper canopy index rating.
Playing Detective Puts More Bushels in Your Bin
As the soybean crop comes off across Ontario many growers are seeing bin-busting results despite the challenging start to the season. “It's amazing how well the crops turned around,” says Shawn...
Look for In-season Opportunities to Protect and Increase Yield
Once soybeans progress past the vegetative growth stages is there anything growers can do to increase their yield as the crop matures? That’s a question Syngenta Agronomic Service...
Get the Most Out of a Crop Tour
‘Tis the season for crop tours. It’s exciting to check out trials and innovations, but time away from your farm can also be a strain on your productivity. Our Syngenta reps put their heads...
Managing Sudden Death Syndrome
Agronomic Sales Representative Shawn Brenneman explains how to spot the symptoms of sudden death syndrome and control the disease in your soybean fields.
Manage Risk and Increase Yields with Fungicides
Applying soybean fungicides in-crop has proven to be an effective defense against yield-robbing diseases like white mould. Syngenta’s Agronomic Service Manager Eric Richter believes fungicides...
Canopy Index Will Help Maximize Yield
As you walk soybean fields this spring and summer pay close attention to canopy management. The two key things to focus on are canopy closure and vegetative growth. If you have too little or...
Controlling Disease in-Crop
Agronomic Services Manager Eric Richter shares how genetics, cultural practices, seed and seed treatment, and fungicide applications can help producers manage disease in their soybeans.
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