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South central MN Yields from Your Fields -Nov13
 

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This is a special edition issue of Walking Your Fields newsletter that contains Yields from Your fields plot results for 2013 in south central Minnesota. ...

This is a special edition issue of Walking Your Fields newsletter that contains Yields from Your fields plot results for 2013 in south central Minnesota.

Walking Your Fields is a written by DuPont Pioneer agronomists in Minnesota and is distributed on behalf of DuPont Pioneer account managers and Pioneer sales professionals.

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    • WALKING YOUR FIELDS ® November 2013 - Issue 6 www.pioneer.com Rollercoaster Ride Continues Measured Yield Difference Between Two Hybrids 3 6 12 bu/A bu/A bu/A % Chance of Choosing the Best Hybrid 1 51% 52% 65% 75% 67% 90% 93% 95% Corn Flowering date: Late flowering hybrids have tended to struggle in plots due to late planting dates and heat and moisture stress that occurred the second half of August as these hybrids were flowering.  Multiple Locations: Try to seek out plots that were replicated in the surrounding area. This will show some of the variables and give you a solid picture of how products performed in your area. Multiple Years: It will be important to seek out 2012 yield data as well before decisions are made for next year. Products that shined in 2012 may not look nearly as good in 2013 based on planting and flowering date. Evaluate both years closely before making final product decisions for 2014. 95% 200  90% 30 Planting date: In many instances plots were planted much later than normal without making changes to the maturity of the products. Earlier corn and soybean products have done extremely well compared to standard of full season products. 60% 10   The 2013 rollercoaster growing season continues with harvest well underway. September and early October brought much needed mild weather and above average temperatures. Entering the third week of August GDU accumulation was tracking 140 GDUs under the 10 year average. At that point, there was serious concern if the corn crop would be able to reach black layer prior to a major frost. As a result of the mild fall, a majority of fields have reached black layer and SE Minnesota has yet to have a killing frost. Yield results have been mixed based on geography and weather. We cannot forget about the spring we had when we evaluate yield data for 2013. Planting dates ranged from late April to early July in some areas; planting conditions during that timeframe were challenging at best. Number of Environments (locations) Analyzing 2013 Yield Data 98% The more hybrid test plot replications, the greater the chance the results are an accurate representation of performance. WALKING YOUR FIELDS® newsletter is brought to you by your local account manager for DuPont Pioneer. It is sent to customers throughout the growing season, courtesy of your Pioneer sales professional. The DuPont Oval Logo is a registered trademark of DuPont. PIONEER® brand products are provided subject to the terms and conditions of purchase which are part of the labeling and purchase documents. ®, TM, SM Trademarks and service marks of Pioneer. © 2013 PHII. AM1—Optimum® AcreMax® 1 Insect Protection System with an integrated corn rootworm refuge solution includes HXX, LL, RR2. Optimum AcreMax 1 products contain the LibertyLink® gene and can be sprayed with Liberty® herbicide. The required corn borer refuge can be planted up to half a mile away. AM—Optimum® AcreMax® Insect Protection system with YGCB, HX1, LL, RR2. Contains a single-bag integrated refuge solution for above-ground insects. In EPA-designated cotton growing counties, a 20% separate corn borer refuge must be planted with Optimum AcreMax products. AMX—Optimum® AcreMax® Xtra Insect Protection system with YGCB, HXX, LL, RR2. Contains a single-bag integrated refuge solution for above- and below-ground insects. In EPA-designated cotton growing counties, a 20% separate corn borer refuge must be planted with Optimum AcreMax Xtra products. YGCB-The YieldGard® Corn Borer gene offers a high level of resistance to European corn borer, southwestern corn borer and southern cornstalk borer; moderate resistance to corn earworm and common stalk borer; and above average resistance to fall armyworm. RR2-Contains the Roundup Ready® Corn 2 trait that provides crop safety for over-the-top applications of labeled glyphosate herbicides when applied according to label directions. HX1-Contains the Herculex® I Insect Protection gene which provides protection against European corn borer, southwestern corn borer, black cutworm, fall armyworm, western bean cutworm, lesser corn stalk borer, southern corn stalk borer, and sugarcane borer; and suppresses corn earworm. HXX-Herculex® XTRA contains the Herculex I and Herculex RW genes. LL-Contains the LibertyLink® gene for resistance to Liberty® herbicide. Herculex® Insect Protection technology by Dow AgroSciences and Pioneer Hi-Bred. Herculex® and the HX logo are registered trademarks of Dow AgroSciences LLC. YieldGard Corn Borer Design and Roundup Ready® are registered trademarks used under license from Monsanto Company. Liberty®, LibertyLink® and the Water Droplet Design are trademarks of Bayer.
    • 2014 Elite Pioneer® brand Corn Products for Minnesota Hybrid/Brand1 CRM Descriptions P9526AMX™ AMX,LL,RR2 95 New, Pioneer® brand Optimum® AQUAmax® product - excellent drought tolerance. Excellent stress emergence. Yield leader at 95 CRM with consistent performance, early 91 CRM silk. P9834AMX™ AMX,LL,RR2 98 New, great addition to the portfolio. Very solid agronomics include good late season stalks and roots. Great candidate for fungicide response. P0062AMX™ AMX,LL,RR2 100 Has very exciting top-end yield potential. Best performance has been observed in high yield environments. Below average stalk strength; best positioned in-zone or north of zone. Good dual-purpose product. 101 Leader double that has tremendous yield potential in high yield environments and good stability in stress environments. Very good stalks and roots. P0297AMX™ AMX,LL,RR2 102 New, a very short stature 102 CRM product with an early 96 CRM silk that brings top end yield potential with good roots and good mid-season brittle snap tolerance. Optimum AQUAmax product. P0533AM1™ 105 Consistent and proven yield leader within the seed industry! Early 97 CRM silk, shorter plant stature, very good mid-season brittle stalk tolerance, average roots, excellent drought tolerance, and top-end yield potential! Early silk allows positioning north of zone. P0193AM™ Hybrid/ Brand1 P9526 Family P9807 Family P9834 Family P9917 Family P0062 Family P0193 Family P0297 Family P0533 Family P0636 Family 1 All Tech Seg AM,LL,RR2 AM1,LL,RR2 Comparison Product # of Locations DeKalb DKC46-20RIB Dekalb DKC49-29RIB DeKalb DKC46-20RIB DeKalb DKC48-12RIB DeKalb DKC53-78RIB DeKalb DKC48-12RIB DeKalb DKC49-29RIB DeKalb DKC48-12RIB DeKalb DKC49-29RIB DeKalb DKC50-66 DeKalb DKC48-12RIB DeKalb DKC49-29RIB DeKalb DKC52-59 DeKalb DKC53-56RIB DeKalb DKC48-12RIB DeKalb DKC49-29RIB DeKalb DKC53-78RIB DeKalb DKC55-09RIB DeKalb DKC48-12RIB DeKalb DKC49-29RIB DeKalb DKC53-56RIB DeKalb DKC53-78RIB DeKalb DKC52-04 DeKalb DKC53-56RIB DeKalb DKC53-78RIB DeKalb DKC55-09RIB DeKalb DKC52-04 DeKalb DKC53-56RIB DeKalb DKC53-78RIB DeKalb DKC55-09 16 28 32 18 12 26 44 211 55 88 207 53 78 70 94 47 72 21 25 48 65 25 98 77 156 72 11 12 10 12 Pioneer Competitor Pioneer Yield Yield Yield (bu/a 56#) (bu/a 56#) (Adv.) 178.7 176.6 2.1 189.3 182.4 6.9 203.2 198.1 5.1 212.0 209.7 2.3 191.1 193.3 -2.2 188.5 187.5 1.0 190.2 188.2 2.0 201.0 197.9 3.1 190.5 187.5 3.0 204.1 196.6 7.5 199.9 195.0 4.9 191.7 187.8 4.0 192.0 192.8 -0.9 193.8 197.4 -3.6 203.1 193.0 10.0 187.2 184.1 3.1 197.9 197.5 0.4 198.5 194.8 3.7 199.6 195.8 3.7 196.5 188.7 7.8 198.6 199.3 -0.8 202.6 202.2 0.4 211.3 205.6 5.6 206.2 202.0 4.3 208.7 201.1 7.5 206.7 203.7 3.0 193.6 184.9 8.7 201.0 205.8 -4.7 213.1 209.9 3.2 197.3 189.6 7.8 Pioneer Pioneer Pioneer Pioneer Pioneer Moisture Test Wt. % Wins Moisture Test Wt. Adv. Adv. 69% 20.1 -0.6 55.3 -0.3 79% 19.8 0.9 55.8 1.0 63% 18.6 -1.5 56.6 -2.2 78% 17.5 -1.4 57.3 0.0 50% 18.6 0.6 57.6 0.2 54% 18.6 -0.6 54.6 -0.9 50% 20.5 -0.4 53.8 -1.6 63% 17.2 -0.8 58.7 1.1 55% 20.7 -0.1 55.8 0.7 77% 16.6 -1.1 59.2 0.3 69% 17.7 -1.1 56.7 -0.6 62% 21.0 -0.7 54.1 -1.1 51% 16.7 -0.4 57.1 -0.6 33% 20.2 1.4 54.2 -0.5 77% 18.9 -1.9 55.7 -1.2 55% 21.5 -1.1 53.5 -1.6 54% 18.4 -0.2 56.3 -0.8 62% 17.9 1.4 57.1 -0.6 60% 21.4 -2.2 55.4 1.0 77% 22.4 -2.1 55.0 -0.1 46% 21.7 0.1 55.2 0.7 52% 20.9 -0.2 56.2 1.4 68% 19.0 -1.0 58.4 0.4 65% 22.7 -0.9 55.8 1.1 73% 19.0 -1.0 58.6 1.0 58% 17.9 0.8 58.8 1.0 64% 21.4 -4.4 57.2 -1.1 50% 21.6 -2.5 55.7 -1.0 60% 18.8 -2.7 57.0 0.0 58% 18.5 -0.6 58.4 -0.5 Pioneer products are hybrids unless designated with AM1, AM, AMRW, AMX, and AMXT, in which case they are brands. 2012-2013 data collected through October 25, 2013. Data for individual product/variety comparisons was from the following geographic selection: Minnesota, Wisconsin & Northern Iowa. Information and results contained herein represent the average of all comparisons. Comparisons may be against any number of competitors unless otherwise indicated. Multi-year and multi-location information is a better predictor of future performance. Product/variety responses are variable and subject to any number of environmental, disease, and pest pressures. +/- 5 CRM. DO NOT USE THIS OR ANY OTHER DATA FROM A LIMITED NUMBER OF TRIALS AS A SIGNIFICANT FACTOR IN PRODUCT SELECTION.
    • 2014 Elite Pioneer® brand T Series Soybean Varieties for Minnesota New T-Series Varieties P10T91R (RR/SCN) RM 1 Descriptions Strong iron chlorosis tolerance (IDC) and high yield potential with good standability. P16T04R (RR) 1.6 Non-SCN variety that is taller with good standability and yield potential. P19T60R (RR/SCN) 1.9 SCN variety with high yield potential and good PRR protection. P21T97R (RR/SCN) 2.1 P22T69R (RR/SCN) 2.2 P24T19R (RR/SCN) 2.4 SCN variety leader on Iron Chlorosis (IDC) acres A “must-plant” T-Series with solid agronomic traits and top-end yield potential. Peking source of SCN resistance and solid white mold tolerance. Widely adapted in Minnesota. Good PRR, IDC, and SDS tolerance. P25T51R (RR/SCN) 2.5 Top-end yield potential and solid PRR resistance (1c & 3a genes). Wider canopy. Variety/Brand2 90M80 (RR/SCN) 90Y81 (RR/SCN) P10T91R (RR/SCN) 91Y30 (RR) P16T04R (RR) P19T60R (RR/SCN) 92Y22 (RR/SCN) P22T69R (RR/SCN) P24T19R (RR/SCN) 92Y51 (RR/SCN) P25T51R (RR/SCN) 2 All Competitor Product Agrow Brand NK Brand Asgrow Brand NK Brand Asgrow AG0732 Asgrow AG1230 NK Brand S09-N6 NK Brand S13-A4 Asgrow AG1031 Asgrow AG1230 NK Brand S09-N6 NK Brand S13-A4 Asgrow AG1230 Asgrow AG1431 NK Brand S13-A4 NK Brand S17-G8 # of Comparisons 38 29 25 14 15 18 22 18 5 33 21 31 22 48 22 41 Pioneer Yield Competitor Pioneer Yld Adv Pioneer (bu/a 60#) Yield (bu/a 60#) (bu/a 60#) %Wins 51.1 50.6 0.5 50% 49.3 48.5 0.8 48% 47.8 48.0 -0.2 32% 46.7 46.0 0.8 57% 47.3 44.5 2.8 87% 52.7 52.5 0.2 61% 51.8 50.9 1.0 68% 52.7 51.8 1.0 61% 51.2 49.8 1.4 60% 55.0 53.5 1.5 76% 55.1 52.8 2.3 86% 55.0 52.0 3.0 87% 55.2 53.9 1.2 59% 54.1 56.0 -1.9 38% 55.2 52.4 2.8 86% 55.2 55.1 0.1 49% Pioneer Adv ($/ac) $7 $10 ($3) $10 $36 $3 $12 $13 $18 $20 $29 $39 $16 ($25) $37 $1 NK Brand S17-G8 39 55.7 54.7 1.0 51% $13 Asgrow AG1931 Agrow AG2433 Asgrow AG1931 Asgrow AG2031 Asgrow AG2232 Asgrow AG2631 Asgrow AG2632 Asgrow AG2330 Asgrow AG2631 Asgrow AG2330 Asgrow AG2433 Asgrow AG2631 NK Brand S23-P8 Asgrow AG2330 Asgrow AG2631 Asgrow AG2632 Asgrow AG2733 71 6 52 80 25 17 11 22 20 26 5 20 5 22 20 15 6 56.1 60.1 57.1 58.5 58.3 55.3 60.8 57.0 57.3 55.8 58.4 55.9 54.4 57.7 57.3 64.3 68.0 55.7 57.9 55.5 58.6 58.1 54.3 60.1 56.2 54.2 54.9 57.0 54.2 52.5 56.2 54.2 64.1 66.4 0.5 2.2 1.6 -0.2 0.2 1.1 0.8 0.9 3.1 0.8 1.4 1.7 1.9 1.5 3.0 0.2 1.6 52% 83% 62% 51% 56% 41% 45% 59% 75% 65% 60% 55% 40% 64% 70% 47% 50% $6 $29 $21 ($2) $2 $14 $10 $11 $40 $11 $18 $22 $25 $20 $40 $3 $20 Pioneer products are varieties unless designated with LL, in which case, some are brands. 2012 & 2013 data collected through October 28, 2013. Data for individual variety comparisons was from the following geographic selection: Minnesota and Wisconsin. Information and results contained herein represent the average of all comparisons. Comparisons may be against any number of competitors unless otherwise indicated. Multi-year and multi-location information is a better predictor of future performance. Variety responses are variable and subject to any number of environmental, disease, and pest pressures. +/- 5 RM. Price used for income calculation: $13.00 per bushel. DO NOT USE THIS OR ANY OTHER DATA FROM A LIMITED NUMBER OF TRIALS AS A SIGNIFICANT FACTOR IN PRODUCT SELECTION. RR – Contains the Roundup® Ready gene. Roundup Ready ® and Roundup® are registered trademarks of Monsanto Company. All products are trademarks of their manufacturers.
    • 7383 KC WALKING YOUR FIELDS® ADDRESS SERVICE REQUESTED DuPont Pioneer Sales & Marketing PO Box 466 Johnston, IA 50131 2013 YIELD RESULTS INSIDE PRESORTED FIRST-CLASS MAIL U.S. POSTAGE PAID PHI CUSTOMER INFO