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The right corn and soybean seed variety can have a drastic impact on yield

Planning a High Yield Season

Maximizing yield potential starts long before harvest. Through thoughtful agronomic and early-season planning, and a proactive approach to weed and disease control, you can achieve higher yields and maximize profits.

Seed selection is one of the most important and earliest management decisions growers make. The right corn and soybean seed variety can have a drastic impact on your yield and ROI potential. Use trial results, the right defensive packages, and trait stacks to ensure the right variety selection.

Scouting fields early and often helps identify problems before they have a chance to significantly affect yields. Damage from diseases like corn eyespot and white mold in soybeans can be minimized through early season scouting and fungicide application, and pressure from resistant broadleaf weeds can be minimized through pre-emergence herbicide usage.

Plan a high-yield soybean harvestSoybean Harvest Observations

Planning your soybean crop early, managing weeds, and selecting the right insecticides and fungicides are key to maximizing your soybean yields.

» Plan a high-yield soybean harvest

Soybean seed treaments for higher yields

Treat Seeds for Higher Yields

The first 72 hours after planting are critical. Seed treatments can help keep your seedlings protected and ensure your crops get a healthy start to the season.

» Safeguard your seedlings

soybean seed selection

Find The Seed You Need

Choosing the right variety of seeds early in the season –– and watching trends and trials –– will help you make the best decisions for your fields.

» Learn more about seed selection

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