The Syngenta Harvest Chasers will be looking for 2015 yield results to discover which hybrids and varieties performed well across the Corn Belt.
By Miriam Williamson / Photo by Deere & Company
The Syngenta Harvest Chasers will be hitting the combine again this fall, seeking 2015 yield results and discovering which hybrids and
varieties performed well in fields across the Corn Belt. Share your success stories on Twitter or Facebook using #HarvestChasers, or visit www.knowmoregrowmore.com to read posts highlighting yield results from your area. If you’d like the Harvest Chasers to visit your field, contact Gina Borgman at (312) 648-6700 or email@example.com.
The Syngenta program provides growers and retailers with education and local recommendations to help them manage resistant weeds in their areas.
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