Harvest

  • Picket Fence Soybeans

    Picket Fence Soybeans

    Typically, the term ‘picket fence’ is reserved for assessing corn stands, but it’s time to add it to your soybean vocabulary, especially if you want to grow a 70-bushel crop.

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  • Playing Detective Puts More Bushels in Your Bin

    Playing Detective Puts More Bushels in Your Bin

    Make sure your soybean yield is the best it can be by understanding what kind of disease and pest challenges parts of your field are susceptible to.

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  • What’s Your Stand Establishment Score?

    What’s Your Stand Establishment Score?

    Stand establishment is a critical best management practice to achieving high soybean yields and maximum profitability. Benchmarking is essential to improving production.

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  • Soybean Stand Establishment and Assessment Scorecard

    Soybean Stand Establishment and Assessment Scorecard

    Proper stand assessment and benchmarking of your results using the Syngenta scorecard, will allow you to compare results year over year.

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  • Introduction: Five Steps for a Better Soybean Stand1:41

    Introduction: Five Steps for a Better Soybean Stand

    In this 5-part series, Syngenta Agronomic Service Representative Eric Richter breaks down the five steps to a better soybean stand, starting with this introduction.

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  • Stand Assessment Step 1: Sort Out Your Seed Populations2:02

    Stand Assessment Step 1: Sort Out Your Seed Populations

    In part 1 of this 5-part series, Agronomic Service Representative Eric Richter explains how to optimize seed populations by taking a closer look at your productivity zones and soybean genetics.

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  • Stand Assessment Step 2: Improve Your Stand Count Technique0:40

    Stand Assessment Step 2: Improve Your Stand Count Technique

    In part 2 of this 5-part series, Agronomic Service Representative Eric Richter explains how to improve your soybean count stands with a quick, easy, and accurate method.

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  • Stand Assessment Step 3: Close the Gap1:06

    Stand Assessment Step 3: Close the Gap

    In part 3 of this 5-part series, Agronomic Service Representative Eric Richter explains why it’s important to close or narrow the gap between what you’ve planted, and the final stand count.

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  • Stand Assessment Step 4: Avoiding the "Runt Syndrome"3:17

    Stand Assessment Step 4: Avoiding the "Runt Syndrome"

    In part 4 of this 5-part series, Agronomic Service Representative Eric Richter shows why it’s crucial for your soybean seedlings to emerge at the same time.

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  • Stand Assessment Step 5: Picket Fence Stands1:32

    Stand Assessment Step 5: Picket Fence Stands

    In part 5 of this 5-part series, Agronomic Service Representative Eric Richter explains why achieving uniform "picket fence" stands is key for capturing yield.

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  • Soybean Growth Stages

    Soybean Growth Stages

    A better understanding of your soybean crop starts with the basics. From seed to harvest ready, learn about the critical growth stages of a soybean.

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  • Moving Beyond the Hula Hoop to Count Stands4:23

    Moving Beyond the Hula Hoop to Count Stands

    It’s time to move beyond the hula hoop to count stands: there’s a quicker, easier and more accurate method for calculating your final soybean stand.

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