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Three Steps to Interpreting Yield Information for Seed Selection

After the hard work of harvest is over, it’s time to begin locking in which seeds to plant next year.…

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Know More, Grow More provides recent localized crop management advice to help maximize your fields’ potential.

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Oct 25, 2018

Agronomist Update: Planning for 2019 CA Grapes Production

With grape harvest in CA underway, it’s important to know …

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Oct 25, 2018

Agronomist Update: Planning for 2019 CA Almond Production

Threats to almond crops occur both below and above ground, a…

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Oct 24, 2018

Agronomist Update: Planning for 2019 CA Citrus Production

Crop insect and disease pressure are problems growers are al…

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Growing Region Posts

Oct 24, 2018

Agronomist Update: Planning for 2019 CA Vegetable Production

Recognizing, understanding and managing potential yield thre…

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Oct 22, 2018

Prevent Early Breakdown With a Turbocharged Seed Treatment

As you continue to make soybean input decisions for 2019, it…

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Oct 19, 2018

Looking Ahead: Tips for CA Growers in 2019

As growers finish harvest and see the fruits of their labor …

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The Right Seed Treatment Can Greatly Impact Crop Productivity

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