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Older Pioneer® GrowingPoint® Agronomy – Minnesota & Wisconsin Episodes

  • Late Season Soybean Aphids and Sudden Death Syndrome

    In this week’s episode, Pioneer field agronomists Josh Shofner, Jay Zielske and Sales and Marketing Intern Aricka Roberson discuss late season soybean aphids decisions and sudden death syndrome in soybeans.

                    

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  • Pests bugging you out?

    In this week’s episode, Pioneer field agronomists Josh Shofner, Brian Buck and Sales and Marketing Intern Aricka Roberson discuss soybeans insect pressure and scouting.   

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  • Mid-season Crop Review and Preview

    In this week’s episode, Pioneer field agronomists Josh Shofner, Brian Buck, and Sales and Marketing Intern Aricka Roberson discuss the growing season to date and what to expect the rest of the season.

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  • Corn Rootworm Pressure and Fungicide Check

    In this week’s episode, Pioneer field agronomists Josh Shofner, Brian Buck and Sales and Marketing Intern Aricka Roberson discuss corn rootworm pressure and making the fungicide decision on corn and soybeans easier.

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  • Soybean Weed Control and Nitrogen Loss Due To Heavy Rains

    In this week’s episode, Pioneer field agronomists Josh Shofner, Brian Buck, and Sales and Marketing Intern Aricka Roberson discuss GDU accumulation across the area and soybean weed control and nitrogen loss due to recent rain events. 

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  • Current crop conditions, Hail Assessments and Weed Control

    In this week’s episode, Pioneer field agronomists Josh Shofner, Brian Buck and Sales and Marketing Intern Aricka Roberson discuss current crop conditions, hail assessments and more. 

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  • Stay Safe This Summer: Preventative Measures for Skin Cancer Part One

    As many are outside for long lengths during this time of the year, Jay Zielske, territory manager with Pioneer talks about preventative measures for skin cancer. Part one of a three part series with Jerry Grosskruetz of KDHL Radio.

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  • Stay Safe This Summer: Preventative Measures for Skin Cancer Part Two

    As many are outside for long lengths during this time of the year, Jay Zielske, territory manager with Pioneer talks about preventative measures for skin cancer. Part two of a three part series with Jerry Grosskruetz of KDHL Radio.

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  • Stay Safe This Summer: Preventative Measures for Skin Cancer Part Three

    As many are outside for long lengths during this time of the year, Jay Zielske, territory manager with Pioneer talks about preventative measures for skin cancer. Part three of a three part series with Jerry Grosskruetz of KDHL Radio.

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  • Special Episode: Delayed Planting Considerations

    In this week’s episode, Pioneer field agronomists Josh Shofner and Brian Buck discuss delayed planting topics for southeast Minnesota.

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  • How to Avoid P Deficiency Due to Fallow Syndrome

    Growing corn following fallow, sugarbeets, or canola?  You need to understand how to avoid P deficiency due to fallow syndrome.

    For more information: https://www.pioneer.com/home/site/us/agronomy/library/corn-after-sugar-beets/

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  • Planting Progress and the Top Questions of the Week!

    In this week’s episode, Pioneer field agronomists Josh Shofner and Brian Buck discuss early planting progress and conditions for southeast and central MN and tackle the most common questions of the week. 

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  • Delayed Planting

    In this week’s episode, DuPont Pioneer field agronomists Josh Shofner and Brian Buck welcome District Leader Sarah Betzold to discuss delayed planting considerations and community investment opportunities.

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  • Planter Preparation (1)

    In this week’s episode, DuPont Pioneer field agronomists Josh Shofner and Brian Buck welcome territory manager Chris Horob to the show to discuss pre-season planter preparation. 

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  • Final Planting Preparations and Alfalfa Seeding

    In this week’s episode, DuPont Pioneer field agronomists Josh Shofner and Brian Buck discuss some final planting considerations and alfalfa seeding practices.

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  • “All the other stuff"

    In this week’s episode, DuPont Pioneer field agronomists Josh Shofner and Brian Buck “All the other stuff” for 2018.

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  • Crop Protection for 2018

    In this week’s episode, DuPont Pioneer field agronomists Josh Shofner and Brian Buck discuss crop protection considerations for 2018.

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  • Planting date considerations

    In this week’s episode, DuPont Pioneer field agronomists Josh Shofner and Territory Manager Fred Schliep discuss historical planting date data.

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  • Crop Nutrition for 2018

    In this week’s episode, DuPont Pioneer field agronomists Josh Shofner and Brian Buck discuss crop nutrition for corn and soybeans for 2018.

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  • Special guest Chad Greenway discusses variety selection and field planning

    In this week’s episode, DuPont Pioneer field agronomists Josh Shofner and Brian Buck welcome special guest Chad Greenway to the show.

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  • 2017 Harvest Progress and Data Management

    In this week’s episode, DuPont Pioneer field agronomists Josh Shofner and Brian Buck welcome Territory Manager Chris Horob to discuss 2017 harvest progress and data management.

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  • 2017 Harvest

    DuPont Pioneer field agronomists Josh Shofner and Brian Buck discuss 2017 harvest progress and early results.

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  • August rain makes beans.

    Eric Schimek, DuPont Pioneer product agronomist in southeastern and central Minnesota, talks about lower GDU numbers, the corn-crop status, grain dryers, disease pressures, maturing soybeans, white mold and the effect August rain has on beans.

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  • Guarding yield potential in beans and corn.

    Brian Buck, field agronomist for DuPont Pioneer in south-central Minnesota, talks about improving field conditions, sudden death syndrome, soybean aphids and cyst nematode, plus how significant rainfall amounts can flush nitrogen from fields.

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  • 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.

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  • Mid- to Late Season Soybean Pests and Soybean Fungicide Considerations

    In this week’s episode, DuPont Pioneer field agronomists Josh Shofner and Brian Buck discuss mid- to late season soybean management.

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  • Staying ahead of aphids.

    Reid Olson, DuPont Pioneer agronomist from southwestern Minnesota, talks about current field conditions, aphids and soybean management and discusses foliar fungicides and their return on investment.

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  • Late-season fungicide applications to corn

    In this week’s episode, DuPont Pioneer field agronomists Josh Shofner and Brian Buck discuss late-season fungicide applications in corn.

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  • Taking stock of corn stands.

    Josh Shofner, field agronomist for DuPont Pioneer in Zumbrota, Minnesota, talks about current crop conditions, stand establishment, fungicide usage and the importance of scouting for corn rootworm.

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  • Recent Hail Damage and Potato Leaf Hopper Discussion

    In this week’s episode, DuPont Pioneer field agronomists Josh Shofner and Brian Buck discuss recent hail damage and potato leaf hopper management.

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  • Planting Season Wrap up and Current Crop Conditions (1)

    In this week’s episode, DuPont Pioneer field agronomists Josh Shofner and Brian Buck welcome Allie Ferguson to discuss the long planting season and current crop conditions.

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  • Planting Season Wrap up and Current Crop Conditions (2)

    In this week’s episode, DuPont Pioneer field agronomists Josh Shofner and Brian Buck welcome Allie Ferguson to discuss the long planting season and current crop conditions.

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  • May is Melanoma Awareness Month

    Two and a half years ago, DuPont Pioneer account manager Jay Zielske was diagnosed with stage IV metastatic melanoma which is often referred to as the deadliest skin cancer. With May being Melanoma Awareness month, Jay shares his personal experience of being a cancer survivor and help draw attention to skin cancer prevention and the importance of early diagnosis.

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  • Drying fields and planting plans.

    Fred Schliep, DuPont Pioneer account manager in southeastern Minnesota talks about drying fields, go time for planting, no crusting, and supplies of Pioneer® brand seeds.

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  • Planting depth and soil temps.

    Julie Engler, from DuPont Pioneer in southwestern Wisconsin, talks about waiting an extra day or two for planting, planting depth, soil temps, improving forecasts and making adjustments.

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  • Planting conditions and heat.

    Brian Buck, DuPont Pioneer field agronomist for southeastern and central Minnesota, talks about forecasts, heat and planting conditions, seed supplies, and getting the corn in the ground early.

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  • Spring Field Conditions in Western Wisconsin

    Emily Carolan, from DuPont Pioneer in western Wisconsin, discusses field conditions, ideal planting target dates and having patience during an exciting time of year.  

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  • Getting the planter ready for go time.

    Chris Horob, DuPont Pioneer Account Manager in southeastern Minnesota, talks about go time for planting, Pioneer® Growing Point® Agronomy plots, the upcoming weather forecast, and setting the planter correctly.

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  • Winter wheat green up.

    Joel Stieber, from DuPont Pioneer in south-central Wisconsin, talks about winter wheat greenup, digging the plants, alfalfa stands, rotating into corn, compaction and waiting until soil is fit for planting.

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  • Planting Beans on Beans

    Pat Branick, a field agronomist and account manager for DuPont Pioneer in Wisconsin, discusses how to approach a wet, cool spring and what to consider if you’re planning to plant beans on beans.

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  • The first 30 days.

    Becky Kramer, DuPont Pioneer dairy account manager in Waseca, Minnesota, talks about the first 30 days of your crop, soil temps, winter kill in alfalfa stands, silage seed quality in bunkers and feed quality.

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  • Getting Ready to Go

    Ryan Bates, an account manager for DuPont Pioneer, talks about monitoring alfalfa fields and urges eager growers to relax when it comes to getting out in the field this spring.

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  • Knowing when your ground is ready.

    Liz Knutson, DuPont Pioneer account manager in southeastern Minnesota, talks about when to plant, delayed planting, checking stands, and knowing when your ground is ready.

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  • Early planting and cold shock.

    Rodney Erdman, from DuPont Pioneer near Madison, Wisconsin, talks about early planting and cold shock, different types of soil, temperatures, seed supplies, and discounts.

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  • Monitoring Spring Field Conditions

    Sam Tauchen, an account manager for DuPont Pioneer in central Minnesota, talks about spring field conditions and gives a rundown on planting considerations.

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  • Soil temps and germination conditions.

    Emily Carolyn, DuPont Pioneer account manager in western Wisconsin, talks about weather forecasts, planting windows, the importance of soil temperatures, ideal germination conditions and not changing hybrids until later in May.

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  • Wet weather and winterkill.

    Joe Houser, DuPont Pioneer account Manager in northern Wisconsin, talks about slow planting with wet weather, winterkill, first-cutting timing, switching to corn, seed maggots and other pests, and weed control.

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  • Waiting out the rain Part 1.

    Joel Dorn, DuPont Pioneer Account manager in south-central Minnesota, talks about rain holding up corn planting, weather forecasts, walking the fields and nitrogen plans.

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  • Waiting out the rain Part 2.

    Joel Dorn, DuPont Pioneer Account manager in south-central Minnesota, talks about rain holding up corn planting, weather forecasts, walking the fields and nitrogen plans.

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  • Establishing a stand and GDUs.

    Mark Gibson, DuPont Pioneer account manager in the Morris, Minnesota area, talks about patience, waiting out the weather, establishing a stand, GDUs and not mudding things in.

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  • Planting Update, Nitrogen Incorporation and Soybean Cyst Nematode Management

    In this week’s episode, DuPont Pioneer field agronomists Josh Shofner and Brian Buck along with account manager Jay Zielske discuss current planting conditions, nitrogen incorporation and SCN management.

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  • Controlling Yield Factors and When to Plant

    Pat Branick, an account manager for DuPont Pioneer in western Wisconsin, talks about comparing this year with last year, controlling yield factors and jumping the gun in less-than- ideal field conditions.

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  • Getting Ready for Planting

    Pat Branick, a field agronomist and account manager for DuPont Pioneer in Wisconsin, talks about spring field conditions and cautions growers not to jump the gun during planting season.

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  • Talking stem counts.

    Mike Gronski, from DuPont Pioneer in central Wisconsin, talks about alfalfa stands and heaving, winter wheat conditions, winterkill, taking stem counts, and planting or switching corn hybrids.

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  • Average and Optimum Planting Dates

    Emily Carolan, an account manager for DuPont Pioneer in western Wisconsin, talks about snow on the ground, average and optimum planting dates, plus crown rot and winterkill evaluation in alfalfa stands.

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  • Soil Temperatures and Planting Dates

    Marty Lovrien, an account manager for DuPont Pioneer in central Minnesota, talks about anticipating planting, sandy soils, soil temperatures and adjusting planting dates.

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  • Planting Dates and Making Adjustments

    Ryan Bates, field agronomist for DuPont Pioneer, talks about planting dates compared to last year, compaction, restricting root growth and making planting adjustments.

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  • Early Rains and Planting Plans

    Ryan Bates, an account manager for DuPont Pioneer, talks about the latest weather, monitoring field conditions and the importance of being patient leading up to planting season.

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  • The Encirca® Field planner.

    Liz Knutson, DuPont Pioneer account manager in southeastern Minnesota, talks about holding off on switching hybrids and maturities, the Encirca® Field planner, field-by-field plans, and variable-rate seeding capabilities.

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  • New Pioneer® brand A-Series Soybeans and Local Trial Results

    Liz Knutson, an account manager for DuPont Pioneer in southeastern Minnesota, talks about rain forecasts and amounts as well as, new Pioneer® brand A-Series soybeans and their performance in local yield trials.

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  • Switching Out Corn Maturities

    Chris Horob, an account manager for DuPont Pioneer in southeastern Minnesota talks about planting dates, tillage, locked seed discounts and concerns with switching out corn maturities.

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  • Seed Needs in the First 24 Hours After Planting

    Emily Carolan, an account manager for DuPont Pioneer in western Wisconsin, talks about changing planting conditions, paying close attention to the forecast and providing what the seed needs in the first 24 hours in the soil.

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  • Wet Conditions and Alfalfa Decisions

    Jeremy Brown, an account manager for DuPont Pioneer in Auburndale, Wisconsin talks about wet field conditions, alfalfa decisions, winterkill and winter wheat.

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  • Pioneer® Brand Products and the Locked-in, Early Discount

    Steve Sieg, an account manager for DuPont Pioneer near New Ulm, Minnesota area talks about germinating corn, new Pioneer® brand products and the locked-in, early discount.

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  • Fertilizer treatments and urea.

    Josh Shofner, DuPont Pioneer agronomist in southeastern Minnesota, talks about how field conditions, fertilizer treatments, urea and depth of application can affect yield.

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  • Alfalfa stands and stem counts.

    Bob Berkovich, an account manager for DuPont Pioneer in Wisconsin, talks about field and weather conditions, alfalfa stands, stem counts and rotating into corn.

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  • Alfalfa and Delayed Corn Planting

    Pat Branick, an account manager for DuPont Pioneer in western Wisconsin, talks about tillage, alfalfa and delayed corn planting; warm, wet conditions, cover crops; and stopping early weeds.

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  • Digging up alfalfa roots.

    Bob Berkovich from DuPont Pioneer talks about spring planning, delivery of corn and soybeans, alfalfa acres that are struggling, green and brown spots, digging up plants to see the condition of the root tissue, and stem counts.

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  • The right team of hybrids for your fields.

    Liz Knutson, an  account manager for DuPont Pioneer in southeastern Minnesota, talks about lining up hybrids for planting, maturities and the new Pioneer® brand A-Series soybeans.

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  • Staying profitable and the Encirca Yield Stand service.

    Zach Greenburg, a DuPont Pioneer representative outside Madison, Wisconsin, talks about alfalfa carbohydrates, the window for planting choices, the Encirca Yield Stand service and staying profitable.

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  • The Free Encirca Nitrogen Pro App

    Jay Zielske, an account manager for DuPont Pioneer in south-central Minnesota, talks about corn planting conditions, discount locks for early-pay seed purchases and the free EncircaSM Nitrogen Pro app.

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  • Current Conditions in Alfalfa Fields

    Ryan Bates, field agronomist for DuPont Pioneer, talks about rebounding alfalfa fields, plants per square foot, crown rot and heaves.

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  • Field Conditions and Alfalfa Considerations

    Ryan Bates, an account manager for DuPont Pioneer, talks about early-season rains, monitoring field conditions and what to look for in your alfalfa fields.

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  • Last Minute Planting Prep

    DuPont Pioneer field agronomists Josh Shofner and Brian Buck discuss last minute planting considerations, cover crop management and alfalfa outlook.  

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  • Getting Your Planter Ready to Roll

    Josh Shofner, field agronomist for DuPont Pioneer in southeastern Minnesota, talks about corn planting dates, getting your planter ready, and checking older and newer alfalfa stands.

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  • Your window for planting.

    Joel Dorn, an account manager for DuPont Pioneer, talks about that critical window for planting and deciding on whether to plant corn or soybeans in certain fields.

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  • The free Encirca Yield Stand service.

    Emily Carolan, an account manager for DuPont Pioneer in western Wisconsin, talks about the latest updates for EncircaSM services, including the free Encirca Yield Stand service, variable rate seeding and creating an Encirca account.

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  • Scouting wet alfalfa fields.

    Matt Heims, an account manager for DuPont Pioneer in western Wisconsin, talks about scouting wet alfalfa fields, deciding what and where to plant, and getting the planter geared up.

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  • Pre-planting and soil conditions.

    Joel Dorn, an account manager for DuPont Pioneer in southern Minnesota, talks about seed supplies, pre-planting considerations and soil conditions.

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  • The right trait protection for your acres.

    Tim Hasler, an account manager for DuPont Pioneer in southeastern Minnesota, talks about planting corn early, checking depth on planters and getting the right trait protection on your acres.

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  • Nitrogen management and Encirca℠ services.

    Pat Branick, an account manager for DuPont Pioneer in western Wisconsin, talks about nitrogen management and using the EncircaSM services suite of tools to get the right amount on specific fields.

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  • Putting more soybeans in the rotation.

    Arnie Imholte, a field agronomist for DuPont Pioneer, talks about weather conditions, soil moisture, tillage, alfalfa field conditions and putting more soybeans in the rotation.

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  • Corn Nitrogen Management

    Andy Heggenstaller, Encirca Services Commercial Unit Lead with DuPont Pioneer, discusses corn nitrogen management needs this spring and throughout the growing season.

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  • Anticipated spring planting dates for southeast and central Minnesota

    Brian Buck, DuPont Pioneer field agronomist, talks about anticipated spring planting dates for southeast and central Minnesota and there's still a good supply of seed available for growers this spring.

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  • Anticipated early planting dates and new DuPont Fexapan herbicide plus VaporGrip Technology

    Troy Elfering, account manager with DuPont Pioneer, discusses anticipation of early spring planting in west-central Minnesota and our new DuPont Fexapan herbicide plus VaporGrip Technology.

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  • Current soil temperatures and soybean seed treatment considerations

    Reid Olson, DuPont Pioneer field agronomist, discusses current soil temperatures and soybean seed treatment considerations.

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  • Side-by-side plots, get your planter ready for spring and locked discounts for growers

    DuPont Pioneer account manager for southeast Minnesota Chris Horob discusses planning for side-by-side corn and soybean plots, get your planter ready for spring, and grower's early commitment has locked in their discounts for any additional spring seed purchases.

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  • Getting planting equipment ready to roll.

    Fred Schliep, an account manager for DuPont Pioneer in southeastern Minnesota, talks about the spring weather, getting equipment ready and seedbed conditions.

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  • Pioneer® brand corn and soybean leader products.

    Ryan Nuttall is an account manager for DuPont Pioneer for the Redwood County, Minnesota area. He talks about finalizing seed decisions, including new corn and soybean leader products.

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  • Alfalfa stand conditions after the winter.

    Ryan Bates, an account manager for DuPont Pioneer, talks about alfalfa stand conditions, new soybean products and resistance issues.

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  • Winter wheat and alfalfa survival.

    Joel Stieber, an account manager for DuPont Pioneer in south-central Wisconsin, talks about winter wheat, alfalfa survival and planting corn versus soybeans.

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  • New Pioneer® brand hybrids and varieties for 2017.

    Chris Horob, an account manager for DuPont Pioneer in southeastern Minnesota, talks about ground temperatures and new Pioneer® brand hybrids and varieties, plus getting ready for spring planting.

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  • Managing alfalfa stands and carbohydrates.

    Emily Carolan, an account manager for DuPont Pioneer in western Wisconsin, talks about alfalfa stands, carbohydrates, crown rot and EncircaSM services scouting tools.

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  • Soybean acres and issues in Wisconsin.

    Julia Engler, an account manager for DuPont Pioneer in southwestern Wisconsin, talks about soybean acres in the state, pre-planting checklists and resistant soybean varieties.

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  • Grower nitrogen needs and results utilizing Encirca Services tools

    In this episode, Jamie Seitzer, Encirca Services CU Sales Lead, discusses grower nitrogen needs and nitrogen results from utilizing Encirca Services tools.

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  • How early planting can pay off.

    Josh Shofner is a DuPont Pioneer agronomist in southeastern Minnesota. Josh talks about the spring forecast, alfalfa, crop insurance dates and how early planting may pay off.

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  • Planter tune-ups and replacing disks.

    Pat Branick, an account manager for DuPont Pioneer in western Wisconsin, talks about planter tune-ups, replacing disks, alfalfa, freezing and thawing and depletion of carbohydrates.

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  • Wet spring conditions and winterkill.

    Bill Powel-Smith, an account manager for DuPont Pioneer in Wisconsin, talks about soil conditions, the wet spring, tillage, winterkill and alfalfa prospects.

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  • Pioneer brand A-Series soybeans

    Kyle Christensen, DuPont Pioneer field agronomist, discusses Pioneer® brand A-Series soybeans. 

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  • Corn On Sod Production (1)

    DuPont Pioneer field agronomists Josh Shofner and Brian Buck discuss corn on sod production.

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  • Nitrogen in warmer weather.

    Andy Heggenstaller, DuPont Pioneer Encirca services lead for eastern Minnesota and Wisconsin, talks about corn nitrogen management in warmer weather, modeling tools and the best way to get the right amounts of nitrogen.

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  • Planter Preparation

    DuPont Pioneer field agronomists Josh Shofner and Brian Buck and Account Manager Chris Horob discuss planter preparation.

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  • ECB update and CRW monitoring results

    Clyde Tiffany, DuPont Pioneer field agronomist, discusses monitoring of European corn borer and corn rootworm.

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  • Effects of Mild Winter and Corn Input Decisions

    DuPont Pioneer field agronomists Josh Shofner and Brian Buck discuss grower questions about the possible effects from a mild winter and evaluate corn input decisions. 

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  • Pioneer® GrowingPoint® agronomy podcast — Crop nutrition following big yields

    DuPont Pioneer field agronomists Josh Shofner and Brian Buck discuss crop nutrition for 2017.

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  • Sudden Death Syndrome and Soybean Seed Treatment

    DuPont Pioneer field agronomists Josh Shofner and Brian Buck discuss SDS impacts and management strategies.

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  • Pioneer® GrowingPoint® Agronomy Trial Results

    DuPont Pioneer field agronomist Josh Shofner provides information about results of the soybean and fungicide corn trials in Ohio.

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  • MN Harvest Radio Remote with Account Manager Ryan Nuttall

    DuPont Pioneer account manager Ryan Nuttall discusses the status on harvest and highlights three products for both corn and soybeans that had outstanding yield performance w/Lynn Ketelsen @ Linder Farm Network.

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  • MN Harvest Radio Remote with Customer Pat Duncanson

    DuPont Pioneer customer Pat Duncanson says”P1151 was a stellar performer” and also comments that the service from DuPont Pioneer is top-notch during his combine ride w/Lynn Ketelsen @ Linder Farm Network.

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  • MN Harvest Radio Remote with Customer Braden French

    DuPont Pioneer customer Braden French says “It’s been a great harvest.” He was a first year customer of Pioneer, planting P0157, and plans to be a returning customer.

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  • MN Harvest Radio Remote with Customer Paul Hein

    DuPont Pioneer customer Paul Hein says “Best corn I’ve every raised” as he discusses how all his corn fields averaged over 200 bu/A during a harvest combine ride with Lynn Ketelsen @ Linder Farm Network.

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  • MN Harvest Radio Remote with Pioneer sales rep Brad Weber

    Pioneer sales representative Brad Weber discusses some top yield leaders for corn and soybeans and he’s really impressed with the new Roundup Ready 2 Xtend™ soybean varieties while visiting with Lynn Ketelsen @ Linder Farm Network during 2016 harvest.

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  • MN Harvest Radio Remote with Pioneer customer Scott Johnson

    During a combin ride-along with Lynn Ketelsen @ Linder Farm Network, DuPont Pioneer customer Scott Johnson discusses 2016 harvest and says “corn yields are good where there is corn" with all the excess rain.

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  • MN Harvest Radio Remote with Pioneer customer Tom Polacek

    DuPont Pioneer customer Tom Polacek says “We had a good harvest and unbelievable yields. The best I’ve ever had” as he discusses his soybean and corn performance w/Lynn Ketelsen @ Linder Farm Network.

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  • MN Harvest Radio Remote with Pioneer customer Mike Christensen

    DuPont Pioneer customer Mike Christensen discusses soybean and corn performance and how well Pioneer products held up against Goss’s Wilt pressure.

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  • Corn Rootworm Monitoring Trial & Sticky Trap Results

    Want to learn more about corn rootworm (CRW) management? Listen as DuPont Pioneer field agronomist Ryan Underwood discusses CRW trials and sticky trap results.

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  • MN Harvest Radio Remote with Customer Doug Wenner

    DuPont Pioneer customer Doug Wenner discusses harvesting Pioneer P0157AMX™ brand corn during a combine ride with Lynn Ketelsen @ Linder Farm Network on Oct 19.

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  • MN Harvest Radio Remote with Customer Robb Schoenbauer

    DuPont Pioneer customer Robb Schoenbauer says “P1151 is best corn he’s harvested” during a combine ride along w/ Lynn Ketelsen @ Linder Farm Network on Oct 18.

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  • MN Harvest Radio Remote with Customer Marty Admundson

    DuPont Pioneer customer Marty Admundson discusses P0339 harvest w/Lynn Ketelsen @ Linder Farm Network during a combine ride on Oct 17.

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  • Encirca℠ Services Soil Fertility Services

    In this episode, Kyle Kayser talks about using technology to optimize soil fertility in the fall to be ready for spring.

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  • Early harvest results and fall fertilizer considerations

    In this week’s episode, DuPont Pioneer field agronomists Josh Shofner and Brian Buck discuss early soybean harvest and getting ready for fall fertilizer applications.

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  • Corn top die back and current crop conditions

    In this week’s episode, DuPont Pioneer field agronomists Josh Shofner and Brian Buck discuss corn top die back and corn and soybean crop conditions.

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  • Hybrid Performance in Various Populations

    In this episode, Jim Ruhland discusses how hybrids respond to a variety of planting populations.

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  • Current Corn and Soybean Crop Conditions and Considerations

    In this week’s episode, DuPont Pioneer field agronomists Josh Shofner and Brian Buck discuss the corn and soybean crop conditions and the upcoming Pro Farmer Crop Tour.

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  • Product Knowledge Foundation Trials: Corn Silage

    In this episode, Kelly Herbick discusses using trials to understand how agronomics relate to yield in field-by-field situations.

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  • Corn and Soybean fungicide applications

    In this week’s episode, DuPont Pioneer field agronomists Josh Shofner and Brian Buck discuss corn and soybean fungicide applications.

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  • Corn rootworm scouting and management

    In this week’s episode, DuPont Pioneer field agronomists Josh Shofner and Brian Buck discuss corn rootworm larvae scouting methods and adult monitoring.

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  • Product Knowledge Foundation: Fertility

    In this episode, Curt Hoffbeck discusses how the fertility analysis initiative supports better product-placement decisions.  

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  • Current corn, soybean and alfalfa management considerations

    In this week’s episode, DuPont Pioneer field agronomists Josh Shofner and Kelly Herbicik discuss corn and soybean observations/management considerations and alfalfa scouting.

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  • Crop conditions following frost and herbicide considerations

    In this week’s episode, DuPont Pioneer field agronomists Brian Buck and Josh Shofner discuss crop conditions following frost and herbicide considerations.

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  • Monitoring Corn Rootworm

    In this episode, Bob Berkevich talks in depth about managing and anticipating corn rootworm pressure.

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  • Seed Treatment TAT Corn and Soy

    In this episode, Clyde Tiffany talks about how different seed treatments protect developing plants. 

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  • Planting and management considerations

    In this week’s episode, DuPont Pioneer field agronomists Brian Buck and Josh Shofner discuss the early start to planting, early planting considerations, and nitrogen management in dry conditions.

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  • Alfalfa Seeding & Considerations Prior to Corn planting

    In this week’s episode, DuPont Pioneer field agronomists Brian Buck and Josh Shofner discuss alfalfa seeding suggestions for establishing a quality stand and share their final thoughts and considerations prior to corn planting.

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  • Nitrogen, Potassium and Phosphorus Insights

    In this episode, Brian Buck talks through how P and K aren’t as mobile as nitrogen in the soil. 

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  • Corn Trait Considerations — Corn Rootworm

    In this week’s episode, DuPont Pioneer field agronomists Brian Buck and Josh Shofner discuss corn rootworm (CRW) trait and insecticide considerations in corn, local Pioneer® GrowingPoint® Agronomy trials and suggestions as we look ahead to the 2016 growing season.
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  • Intensive Corn Management

    In this episode, Josh Shofner discusses taking corn yields to a higher level with good management practices.

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  • Planting rate considerations in corn

    In this week’s episode, DuPont Pioneer field agronomists Brian Buck and Josh Shofner discuss planting rate considerations in corn and review local data from 2015.

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  • Tools to Defend Against SCN and SDS

    In this episode, Ryan Underwood talks about how to protect soybeans from SCN and SDS using seed treatments.

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  • Soil Health & Tissue Test Results

    How much boron does your field need? Learn the benefits and different application methods of boron, one of the most important micro nutrients for soil health, and get key insights on tissue test findings from Pioneer® GrowingPoint® agronomy trials in this podcast by Josh Shofner and Brian Buck, DuPont Pioneer field agronomists.

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  • Corn Rootworm Management

    In this episode, Jim Ruhland talks about taking on corn rootworm pressure with the help of sticky traps. 

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  • Sulfur Management

    Brian Buck and Josh Shofner, DuPont Pioneer field agronomists in southern Minnesota, discuss sulfur management strategies, different forms of sulfur, identifying sulfur deficiencies in the field, yield impact of sulfur, and application.

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  • Post-Harvest Decision Making

    Brian Buck and Josh Shofner, DuPont Pioneer field agronomists in southern Minnesota, share a

    post-harvest update, discuss plot yield data, trait selection, insect protection, and weed

    management.

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  • Bi-Weekly Agronomy Update

    Bi-Weekly Agronomy Update with Brian Buck and Josh Shofner

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  • Harvest update & early fungicide results in Southern MN corn

    Brian Buck and Josh Shofner, DuPont Pioneer field agronomists in southern Minnesota share a harvest update, hear about harvest progress in northern Illinois from special guest, John Kultgen DuPont Pioneer field agronomist, and provide a cost/benefit analysis of fungicide applications in corn.

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  • Fall soil Sampling & Fertility in Southern Minnesota

    Brian Buck and Josh Shofner, DuPont Pioneer field agronomists in southern Minnesota discuss fall soil sampling, its frequency and determining fertility program options in this week’s podcast.

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  • Southern MN Weed Management

    Brian Buck and Josh Shofner, DuPont Pioneer field agronomists in southern Minnesota talk about fall weed management with Bruce Marty, retail and technical sales agronomist with DuPont Crop Protection in this week’s update.

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