Agronomy in Action Sites Highlight Seed Performance

The demonstration sites showcase Golden Harvest soybean and corn seed options.
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The Agronomy in Action site in Clinton, Illinois, demonstrates what various Golden Harvest soybean varieties look like during different stages of the growth cycle.
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Agronomy in Action sites are a subgroup of the Grow More™ Experience sites that showcase Golden Harvest® corn and soybeans grown in local conditions. In 2019, there will be more than 40 of these locations placed in key geographies across the Midwest.

“Selecting the right seed for your farm is key to a successful season,” says Bruce Battles, technical agronomy manager for Golden Harvest. “Agronomy in Action sites are here to help this process and provide localized insight and resources to help farmers select the best seed for their operations.”

Here is what visitors can expect at an Agronomy in Action site in 2019:

“Selecting the right seed for your farm is key to a successful season. Agronomy in Action sites are here to help this process and provide localized insight and resources to help farmers select the best seed for their operations.”

Bruce Battles
  • See the latest hybrids and varieties in action by walking through plots, digging up roots and observing side-by-side comparisons.
  • Experience a range of demonstrations based on local needs. Visitors get the chance to evaluate Golden Harvest seeds, alongside competitor trials, to help them make the best decisions for their farms.
  • Walk the fields with area representatives and agronomists. These on-site experts, who are equipped with both in-depth seed and local-environment knowledge, are able to talk through recommended seed-product selection and management practices that fit the local conditions and individual farming operations.


For more information about the Agronomy in Action sites, contact your local Golden Harvest Seed Advisor.