The agreement describes the growing conditions for agricultural hybrids, compliance with MRI programs prescribed by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and, if applicable, grain piping requirements. “Of course, one might wonder why we bother to release it when they ask farmers and buyers to follow these recommendations so rigorously,” said Bob Nielsen, a professor of agronomy and an extension corn specialist at Purdue University. All photos are either the property of Syngenta or are used with permission. Syngenta estimated that Duracade corn would be planted on about 250,000 to 300,000 hectares in a “starting area” that includes leading producing countries like Iowa and Illinois, the newsletter said. Corn was planted last year on 95.4 million hectares in the United States. Agrisure Duracade® stacks of features are the ultimate option for insect control, simplicity and choice. Agrisure Duracade Trait stacks offers superior, underground control of up to 16 yield-limiting insects and protects the genetic potential of high-yielding hybrids while providing the comfort and simplicity of E-Z Refuge®, a 5% in-bag refuge. The corn root drill costs more than $1 billion a year in reduced grain yields and control measures, Syngenta says. Martin estimated that Duracade was planted this year on about half a million hectares. Through SyngentaSyngenta, a leading agricultural company is helping to improve global food security by enabling millions of farmers to make better use of available resources. Thanks to world-class science and innovative plant solutions, our 28,000 employees in more than 90 countries are working to change the cultivation of crops.
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