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Five new DEKALB Disease Shield products to roll out for 2019

· July 16, 2018

Five new DEKALB Disease Shield products are being introduced for the 2019 growing season that provide the broadest protection available against the top corn diseases without sacrificing yield. Included will be earlier maturities for farmers in the upper Midwest. First launched in 2017, DEKALB Disease Shield corn combines high yield potential with stacked protection against […]

Want to avoid replanting? Be patient now

· April 30, 2018

Just getting started on planting, the last thing growers want to think about now is replanting, but it’s something they may have to consider if they’re not patient now. “Patience is crucial,” said Erika Parker, DEKALB Asgrow Technical Agronomist. “We must have patience to do what is possible to avoid replanting.” While growers can’t control […]

Celebrate Agronomy Week and enter to win NASCAR tickets

· March 28, 2018

Next week farmers can once again show their appreciation for their agronomy team and get a chance to win a NASCAR trip. Launched last year by the DEKALB, Asgrow, and Deltapine brands, Agronomy Week is celebrated April 2- 6 and is an opportunity for farmers to recognize the contributions of their agronomists, seed dealers, and […]

DEKALB/Asgrow: Protect those high performing genetics

· September 25, 2017

As growers begin to put together their arsenal for 2018 disease and weed control, they may want to consider the DEKALB/Asgrow line. They have a whole armory of defense products. From Goss’s wilt and southern rust to glyphosate-resistant weeds and nematodes, Matt Muckerman, Regional Marketing Manager, DEKALB/Asgrow says their product porfolio has you covered. “My […]

NCGA Highest Yield Winner: Six tips for 2017 growing season

· March 24, 2017

With spring planting season nearly here, we caught up with one of the 2016 NCGA Highest Yield winners to find out his tips and tricks for a successful growing season. Planting DEKALB seeds, Heath Cutrell of Chesapeake, Virginia, took home the 2016 first place in the A. Non-Irrigated division with 347.2323 bushels per acre. Cutrell’s […]

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