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2022SEED GUIDEFA R M E R F O C U S E D. M E M B E R D R I V E N
Replicated Test PlotsHelping area farmers make the most informed decisionsfor their farming operation is a service that the NEWCooperative agronomy department does not take lightly
We continually strive to find new ways of helping youmake the best input purchases. One such way is throughour 11 soybean and 10 corn replicated test plots placedthroughout the NEW Cooperative service area. These plotsinclude today’s most genetically advanced hybrids andvarieties from our extensive list of corn and soybean seedcompanies. The ability to view and compare these hybrids REGION 1-4 PLOTSand varieties locally throughout the service area meansyou are better able to know their performance in your ownfields and choose the best seed inputs for your operation. BLAIRSBURG BODENEW Cooperative replicated test plots are located near the DAYTONfollowing communities. Please be sure to attend a plot day GLIDDENevent in the fall at one of the locations near you to make KNIERIMthe most of this additional service to agronomy customers. LANYON LORHVILLE*All Corn and Region Five Bean Test Plots are not replicated. LUVERNE OTHO ROCKWELL CITY ROELYN WOOLSTOCK REGION 5 PLOTS BLENCOE ONAWA HORNICK REGION 7-9 PLOTS ALGONA FOSTORIA Corn Seed SelectionWhen picking varieties, yield is important, but make sure and consider some of the followinginformation to help maximize yield potential:PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT It is still the small adjustments that can make the biggest differences in our bottom line. Knowingwhich varieties have the best emergence in cool soils is important to getting good stand counts on your first planted fields
Putting together a field by field plan before planting to spread out maturities at harvest can lead to optimum harvest moistureand increased stalk quality
NITROGEN MANAGEMENT There are many options today to make in-season applications of Nitrogen throughout the growingseason (Side-dress UAN, Broadcast Urea, and Y-drop UAN). Knowing which hybrids have a higher response to nitrogen can helpmanage hybrid selection, placement, and management throughout the year
POPULATION MANAGEMENT Today’s equipment is changing the art of planting seed. Hydraulic and electric motors havereplaced many chain-driven seeding systems. To utilize that equipment, it is important to know which hybrids will respond toincreases or decreases in planting population to help maximize yields and profitability
CORN ON CORN MANAGEMENT Anytime you plant a crop back to back, diseases carrying over in residue will always beproblematic. Timely tillage can be an important factor in helping reduce the issue, but more importantly knowing whichhybrids are more defensive against many of the common diseases that infect our fields will help improve plant health andstandability in the fall
PEST MANAGEMENT New methods to scout your fields throughout the spring and summer can play a huge roll in catchingissues before they become problems. Satellite imagery, crop modeling, and drone imagery have made being able to react toinsect or disease pressures that threaten yield faster with today’s technology. Knowing the level of susceptibility to pests canmake the decision to treat with fungicides or insecticides easier
THE RIGHT SEED NEW Cooperative agronomists take pride in helping farmers manage risk in their business by selecting varieties that fit their operation. It is well known that the seeds we plant hold more potential in the bag than after we put it in the ground. It is important to place varieties in the correct environments to maximize this potential and reduce stress that can reduce yields. Talk to your agronomist about selecting the proper variety mix to maximize the potential on your acres. They can help you decide when to select an offensive variety to chase yield and when to select a defensive variety to protect yield
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2022 SEED GUIDE FARMER FOCUSED. MEMBER DRIVEN. 2022 SEED GUIDE Helping area farmers make the most informed decisions for their farming operation is a service that the NEW
For more information about the CROPLAN seed lineup for 2022, contact your WinField United retailer. 1 Some carryover products will not include Fortivent® Plus. 2 Certain restrictions apply. Talk with your CROPLAN seed dealer for details. All photos are either the property of WinField United or used with permission. © 2021 WinField United.
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