October 17, 2022 Sponsored by DEKALB
Harvest is the optimal time to evaluate the performance of your crop. Every field is unique and demands the best tools to improve efficiency, manage risk and make the most of every acre.
“Farmers are constantly evaluating product maturity, agronomics and disease tolerance to understand what works best for their fields, whether it’s an early or late start to the growing season,” says Adam Pfeffer, Row Crop Market Development Manager at Bayer. “It’s all about yield. Understanding the goals for your crops is important for maximizing yield potential and ensuring you have the right maturity or agronomic traits helps manage risks and maximize performance.”
Pfeffer uses FieldViewTM to track, scout and measure performance on new hybrids and varieties in local trials. “To evaluate the performance of DEKALB® seeds mid-season, we have to be physically out scouting the fields,” says Pfeffer. “FieldView allows us to identify areas of concern – including standability, any disease development, nutrient deficiencies, stock integrity, etc. – early so we can either visit those areas on foot or keep a close eye on the problem through the season by ‘dropping a pin’ for easy visibility.”
According to Pfeffer, the easier it is to monitor the performance of your DEKALB seed, the easier it is to maximize the value. “More and more of our trial co-operators and customers are now using FieldView to trial different hybrids and varieties to determine what works best on their fields. They really like the ability to compare yields and establish top performers that help guide planning decisions for the next growing season.”
Track the performance of your DEKALB seeds with FieldView
FieldView enables you to track weather conditions, standability and planting dates. As a grower, this means you can assess hybrid maturity, conduct seasonal planning and understand what works best for your field to maximize potential – whether it’s an early or late start to growing season.
What’s new for 2023 from DEKALB?
As you begin to plan for the 2023 season, finding the right seed for your field is crucial. With tools like FieldView and a new lineup from DEKALB, that decision is a little easier to make. It’s all about giving you our best, so you can do yours.
13 new grain corn hybrids: DEKALB corn hybrids are bred with one thing in mind: performance. With 13 new hybrids added to the DEKALB corn lineup for 2023, there is a DEKALB corn hybrid to fit any field. If you’re looking for high quality silage with high milk yield per acre potential, check out the nine new DEKALB Silage Ready™ hybrids in the lineup.
7 new soybean varieties (5 Roundup Ready 2 Xtend®, 2 XtendFlex®): DEKALB soybean varieties are available in a range of maturities and agronomic characteristics to meet the needs of any field. Choosing DEKALB soybean varieties is the first step towards achieving high yield potential in your fields.
To check out the new DEKALB corn hybrids and soybean varieties, visit DEKALB.ca.
*Your results may vary according to agronomic, environmental and pest pressure variables.
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