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2019 Variety Selection and Positioning Guide
Maximize your yield and start thinking about your combination of genetics, environment, and management.
Seed Treatments Help Make Every Seed Count
‘No stand, no yield.’ It’s a simple expression that quickly gets to the core of why soybean stand establishment is essential for a successful crop. Uniform seedling emergence requires careful...
Intensifying Management Doesn’t Cost More
Choosing Genetics is the First Step to High Soybean Yields
There is no perfect soybean variety – but if growers choose the best genetics for their field environment, that management decision will deliver higher yields and profitability. That’s a...
Closing Gaps With Higher Emergence
Managing White Mould
Agronomic Sales Representative Marijke Van Andel explains how genetics, canopy management and fungicides can help growers manage white mould in their soybeans.
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...
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.
Managing ‘Beans on Beans’
Every year in Ontario, about 20% of soybeans are planted on acres where growers harvested soybeans the previous fall. This practice of planting ‘beans on beans’ creates significant challenges...
Precision Ag Opportunities for Soys
Putting the right product in the right place to grow a better crop – that’s precision ag in a nutshell. So how do growers capitalize on precision ag systems for soybeans? It starts with mapping...
2018 Variety Selection and Positioning Guide
Stand Assessment Step 1: Sort Out Your Seed Populations
Agronomic Service Representative Eric Richter explains how to optimize seed populations by taking a closer look at your productivity zones and soybean genetics.
Take a Systems Approach to Your Soybean Crop