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  • This agronomic image shows a tractor planting wheat.

    Faced with Pressurized Planting Timeline? Rely on Strong Spring Wheat Varieties

    You may be lured into cutting corners when you think of all the planting you need to get done this spring. This temptation may be especially strong for those in the north-central U.S. where there is more diversity in planted crops. You may have seen what happens when a builder cuts corners; avoid that same fate for your wheat fields by sticking to a strong foundational plan. Knowing each day beyond optimum spring wheat planting…

This agronomic image shows frozen soybean fields in the Midwest.
This agronomic image shows early soybean plants.
This agronomic image shows corn seedling.
This agronomic image shows Snow-covered fields in Dows, IA.
This agronomic image shows field conditions on April 19, 2018, in Illinois.
This agronomic image demonstrates different corn row spacing at the Syngenta Grow More™ Experience site in Stanton, MN.
This agronomic image shows corn rows ready for harvest.
This agronomic image shows a corn plant's root system.