- Soybean seed size is larger-than-normal this year
- Growers can calibrate planters to accommodate larger seed
- Syngenta implements additional seed conditioning testing pre- and post-conditioning
- Sixteen new NK soybean varieties are available for sale in limited quantities
MINNETONKA, Minn., USA, March 17, 2014 – Dry weather conditions during the growing season followed by late season rains may be the cause of larger-than-normal soybean seed this year, which can affect planter performance and ultimately yields. In response, Syngenta has taken several steps to improve the planting experience with its line of NK® soybeans. Along with running plantability tests on all seed lots after conditioning, the company is conducting additional pre- and ...
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