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Seed Company Targets Indiana for Expansion

first_imgHome News Feed Seed Company Targets Indiana for Expansion Facebook Twitter Steiner told HAT that the new offerings are the result of newly acquired genetics, “About 5 years ago, we acquired 6 new sets of germ plasm. Our breeders have put that into some truly new hybrids that are performing very well.” He said this new portfolio of hybrids are especially well-suited to Indiana. Steiner says Syngenta will be offering a wide variety of hybrids with a variety of different traits and characteristics that will fit well into the Indiana landscape, “In 2014, we will launch three times as many new hybrids as we normally do.”  He said growers will have great choices on hybrids that will work in a wide spectrum of soil types and growing conditions. SHARE In 2014, Indiana will produce over 1 BB of corn for the first time in history. This has attracted the attention of one major seed company who plans to expand in the Hoosier state.  Syngenta Seeds has announced they intend to expand their seed offerings to Indiana farmers in 2014. Pat Steiner, the Corn Portfolio Head for Syngenta, says Indiana will be the focus of their expansion in seed offerings for coming growing season, “We are going to bring an explosion of new hybrids to Indiana. We have a tremendous increase in new hybrids and some very high quality hybrids.”  He added that several of these new hybrids did very well in test plots in Indiana this year.   In addition, the company has revamped their marketing plans for 2014 to stress their new offerings for Indiana and the Eastern Corn Belt. By Gary Truitt – Dec 1, 2013 Seed Company Targets Indiana for Expansion Syngenta is offering 102 Golden Harvest and NK branded corn hybrids for 2014, including 60 with brand new genetics. Corn rootworm control comes from the company’s Agrisure Duracade trait; 16 of which include Agrisure Viptera technology for control of multiple pests. Eight hybrids include Agrisure Artesian, which is Syngenta’s answer to growing corn in low precipitation environments. Results from 2012 show that Agrisure Artesian showed 17 percent better yields under severe and extreme drought over non-Artesian hybrids. The company is offering eight new hybrids containing the Agrisure Viptera E-Z Refuge “refuge-in-a-bag” trait. Facebook Twitter For more details, see your Syngenta rep. SHARE Audio Playerhttps://www.hoosieragtoday.com//wp-content/uploads//2013/11/syngentawrap.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Previous articleWhat Did Not Make News in 2013Next articleIndiana Pork Farmers get Central Indiana Boost from Squealers Gary Truittlast_img

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