Seed Treatments and Fungicides are Creating Value for Farmers and Crop Protection Companies

Both farmers and crop production companies are very focused and interested in increasing plant health through the entire growing season.  The industry has set its sights on accomplishing this through the increased use of seed treatments and fungicides.  Whether it be canola, wheat or corn, Canadian farmers are very prepared to invest in the health of their crops.  The Crop Production companies continue to innovate and try to ensure they stay innovative in providing these products and solutions to the farmer.  In a  true win win, both the farmer and crop production companies are seeing increased value from these products.

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Shaun Haney

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Hmm I’m going the opposite way with seed treatments. I have been growing soybeans for 10 yrs now and I can’t ever remember seeing a yield difference.



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