Despite a thick layer of snow across the Northern Plains, Pioneer Corn Product Manager Scott Walker is enthusiastic about the upcoming growing season. “We’re getting some adequate moisture refilling that soil moisture profile this winter and we’re looking forward to a good corn year,” said Walker. “We’re shipping seed. I’d say we’re about 90 percent shipped so we’re sitting really good.” Walker cited the yields and agronomic strength seen with the Pioneer hybrids in the 80-to-90 day maturity range.
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