WinField United Seed

Questions to Ask When Selecting Corn Seed Treatments

Jan 12, 2022 | Answer Plot
After you’ve selected the right hybrids to match your fields’ conditions, you have another important decision to make: which seed treatment can give your crop the best early-season start? Asking a few key questions can help you narrow your corn seed treatment search a...
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CROPLAN® Seed to Yield Reports

Jan 11, 2022 | Answer Plot
Real-time, local research and insights from Answer Plot® and Insight Trials to help you decide which seed products should be part of your game plan for the next season   Every fall, we are constantly analyzing the local performance of all our seed products so we c...
WinField United growers and a retailer reviewing field data.

Organize Now to Get the Most From Next Year’s Data

Dec 29, 2021 | Answer Tech
There are many innovative technology tools to help farmers harness, dissect and apply data to improve their operations. However, there’s not one tool that does it all, so it can be a challenge to organize files and information across all platforms. Here are some considerati...
CROPLAN retailer and grower discuss soybean seed.

Manage Field Variability in Soybean Crops

Dec 23, 2021 | Answer Plot
It can be tricky to choose the right soybean variety for variable fields but there is a solution that’s proven to be effective: WinPak® soybean varieties by CROPLAN® seed. Each WinPak variety is a unique combination of two soybean varieties designed to address field...
CROPLAN sign next to field of corn.

What’s New for CROPLAN Seed in 2022?

Dec 16, 2021 | Answer Plot
Over the past several weeks, the CROPLAN® seed team has evaluated yield data and field performance information to help inform your seed decisions for 2022. We’re excited by what we’ve seen this season and are eager to share updates about CROPLAN corn and soybean p...
Grain auger unloading corn into semi.

The Seven Most Expensive Words in Farming

Dec 10, 2021 | Answer Plot
“It’s the way we’ve always done it.” I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard that phrase. As a farmer myself, I understand how difficult change can be. Trying something new might seem risky but these disruptive times demand we change how we ...