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  • Seed Treatment Helps Manage DON Concerns

    Seed Treatment Helps Manage DON Concerns

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  • 2019 Variety Selection and Positioning Guide

    2019 Variety Selection and Positioning Guide

    The 2019 Variety Selection and Positioning Guide will help soybean growers select the right soybean variety for their management zone and disease pressure.

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  • Seed Treatments Help Make Every Seed Count

    Seed Treatments Help Make Every Seed Count

    We need to manage soybeans with the same expectations as our corn crop. If 20 to 30 percent of soybean seed isn't emerging, it's time to look at environment and management.

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  • Intensifying Management Doesn’t Cost More

    Intensifying Management Doesn’t Cost More

    To hit 70 bushels, you don’t always have to spend more money on seed. You may be able to reduce seed costs, but you also have to protect that seed from a potentially challenging environment.

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  • Choosing Genetics is the First Step to High Soybean Yields

    Choosing Genetics is the First Step to High Soybean Yields

    The journey to find the perfect soybean variety could be never-ending – but choosing the best genetics for your field environment is the first step to maximizing yield.

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  • Closing Gaps With Higher Emergence

    Closing Gaps With Higher Emergence

    Soybean stand establishment is essential for a successful crop. Uniform seedling emergence requires careful management and protecting the crop’s yield potential with seed treatment.

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  • Managing White Mould2:19

    Managing White Mould

    Agronomic Sales Rep Merijke Van Andel talks about a the threat of white mould in Ontario. Management needs to start early.

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  • Managing Sudden Death Syndrome2:24

    Managing Sudden Death Syndrome

    Agronomic Sales Rep Shawn Brenneman shares tips for preventing sudden death syndrome in Ontario soybean crops.

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  • Manage Risk and Increase Yields with Fungicides

    Manage Risk and Increase Yields with Fungicides

    Agronomic Services Manager Eric Richter talks about the four pillars of disease management. Use his tips to manage your risk and increase the yield of your soybeans.

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  • Controlling Disease in-Crop4:10

    Controlling Disease in-Crop

    Agronomic Services Manager Eric Richter shares how a number of practices can help producers manage disease in their soybeans.

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  • Managing ‘Beans on Beans’

    Managing ‘Beans on Beans’

    There are reasons why growers want to plant soy in fields where soy was harvested the previous fall. These agronomic tips can help to minimize the negative impacts and optimize yield.

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  • Precision Ag Opportunities for Soys

    Precision Ag Opportunities for Soys

    How do growers capitalize on precision ag systems for soybeans? It starts with mapping production zones throughout their fields.

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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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  • 2018 Variety Selection and Positioning Guide

    2018 Variety Selection and Positioning Guide

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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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  • Take a Systems Approach to Your Soybean Crop

    Take a Systems Approach to Your Soybean Crop

    Syngenta agronomist Eric Richter urges growers to take a holistic view of soybean production. It’s called the ‘systems approach’ and it can really pay off.

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