Even from the windshield, Iron Deficiency Chlorosis can be seen in soybean fields across the region. With IDC, there is a yellowing and stunting of the plant which limits yields. Pioneer Strategic Account Manager Brent Sorenson says variety selection is the best way to manage IDC. “If you really want to be consistent and get the best results, it’s all about variety,” said Sorenson. “You’ll hear that from the experts at NDSU and different places; if you hear it in a presentation it’s variety, variety, variety.” Sorenson sees the new ‘A’ series soybeans as an option to deliver the latest genetics to the field. Pioneer has a series of Enlist Executive Plot Tours next week with stops in Jamestown, McClusky and Leeds, North Dakota and Dorothy and Mahnomen, Minnesota. Sorenson has more information in the latest Pioneer Agronomy Update on the Red River Farm Network YouTube, Facebook and Twitter channels.
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