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Explore Grow More Experience Virtual Tours on the East Coast

February 1, 2023
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Testing new products on your fields can be daunting. For years, Grow More Experience sites have conducted trials across the country to test the performance of crop protection products in different geographies and growing conditions. Learnings and yield data from these trials allow you to see how products might perform on your own crops, so you don’t have to try them for the first time yourself. You can now explore these trial results and insights from across the South and East Coast through the Virtual Grow More Experience YouTube Playlist.

Local agronomists walk through various trials, including the efficacy of planned 2-pass herbicide programs using overlapping residuals and how to reduce plant stress. Here are some examples:

  • At the Mt. Joy, PA, Grow More Experience site, Syngenta Agronomy Service Representative Craig Austin showcases a soybean herbicide trial about long-lasting residual herbicides. Products featuring multiple modes of action can better protect crops from invasive grass and broadleaf weeds, particularly in fields that have issues with late-germinating species.
  • As you continue exploring the playlist, you’ll find additional trial results from the Mt. Joy, PA, Grow More Experience site as Austin walks through a wheat fungicide trial and highlights the importance of identifying the correct application timing to help manage Fusarium head blight before it can increase toxin levels in your wheat or reduce yield potential.

Visit the Virtual Grow More Experience YouTube Playlist to see additional information on corn and soybean trials and more.

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