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Enlist E3® or XtendFlex® Soybeans: Which Is Right for Your Operation?

Nov 22, 2021 | Answer Plot
In the soybean market, we’ve started to see a shift from single- and double-stacked herbicide-resistant traited varieties to triple-stacked varieties, including Enlist E3® and XtendFlex®. Farmers looking for greater in-season herbicide flexibility are finding these ...
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CROPLAN® Seed to Yield Reports

Nov 17, 2021 | Answer Plot
Real-time, local research and insights from Answer Plot® and Insight Trials to help you decide which seed products should be part of your game plan for the next season   Every fall, we are constantly analyzing the local performance of all our seed products so we c...
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3 Ways Data Can Help Shape Hybrid Decisions

Nov 08, 2021 | Answer Plot
Making good seed decisions starts with leveraging reliable, quality data. Ideally, this means fusing national data with highly localized data from your region or your farm specifically. Employ these three data-driven strategies to help ensure you are using the most relevant infor...
Get a Grip on Crop Protection

Get a Grip on Crop Protection

Oct 28, 2021 | Answer Plot
Choose adjuvants with research numbers that matter more than ever before. When choosing adjuvants, how do you know they’ll do the job?   The description on the jug? Snazzy marketing? A convincing sales pitch? What about data?   In 2022, we’ll be faced...
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6 Tips for Selecting the Right Wheat Varieties

Oct 11, 2021 | Answer Plot
In many areas of the U.S., winter wheat will soon be planted if it hasn’t been already, and spring wheat will be taking root next March or April. Whether you’re finalizing this year’s winter wheat selection or shifting your attention to next year’s varieti...
Canola crop being harvested.

SC Logo Helps Identify Top Straight-Cut Canola Hybrids

Sep 29, 2021 | Answer Plot
Straight-cut canola has become the harvest method of choice for most producers because of its efficiency. However, pod drop and shatter that happens with this method can reduce yields by 40% or more in severe cases. With that in mind, WinField® United has worked closely with ...