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Welcome to The Pioneer Podcast site.

From here you can to tap into our expansive knowledge on a variety of topics related to agronomy, corn, soybeans and forages. Take us anywhere, anytime, anyhow, from your house to the shop or the tractor and even on the road.

Getting started is easy.

All you need to do is browse podcasts by navigating to “shows” on the green menu bar above. From there you’ll be able to listen, download and share.

  1. Navigate to “Shows” on the top menu bar
  2. From there you can browse crop specific agronomy podcasts
  3. Click or tap the play button to listen instantly or download to store on your device or computer to hear now or later
  4. Listen
  5. Repeat

Recent Episodes

  • Tracking Goss’s wilt in southwestern Minnesota

    Ryan Underwood, DuPont Pioneer field agronomist from Mankato, Minnesota, talks about corn and soybean development, tracking GDU’s, rainfall amounts, plus Goss’s wilt and when corn plants are at their greatest risk.

  • Preserving yield under disease and weather pressures.

    Andy Lang from DuPont Pioneer in Ohio talks about southern rust making an appearance in corn plants, fungicide options, June-planted corn and the peak of the nitrogen curve.

  • Being a good scout.

    Karen Zuver, an agronomist with DuPont Pioneer in Michigan, talks about the current status of western bean cutworm, scouting for egg masses, pollination rates, when to spray for rust, and Japanese beetles in soybeans.