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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 western Minnesota and eastern South Dakota. ...

This is a special edition issue of Walking Your Fields newsletter that contains Yields from Your fields plot results for 2013 in western Minnesota and eastern South Dakota.

Walking Your Fields is a written by local DuPont Pioneer agronomists 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 2013 Harvest Results Are In This issue contains a sample of key yield comparisons to help you select products for 2014. Keep in mind this is only a very small part of a much larger data set. There were a lot of variables and stress factors to the 2013 growing season. Every growing season is different, so continue to select hybrids and varieties based on long term trends, performance at multiple locations, and spread risk by selecting products across multiple maturities. For more detailed yield comparisons, along with individual plots from your area, visit www.pioneer.com/yield. Contact your local Pioneer sales professional for more information and to help you place the right product on your acres. More and more growers are planting more Pioneer® brand hybrids each year. Here are just a few reasons why: 1. Pioneer® brand seed corn has improved drydown and yield potential 7. Pioneer has a corn portfolio advantage against Goss’ wilt and blight 2. The improved stress emergence and stand establishment of Pioneer® brand seed 8. 3. An excellent corn product line up against brittle snap 4. Pioneer has durable, triple-stack trait protection against corn rootworm with products containing the Herculex® RW trait Pioneer has a strong yielding triple-stack corn line-up in the 98-105 CRM; and now more opportunities at 95 CRM with the new, triple-stacked, high yield potential Pioneer® P9526AMX™ brand corn. 9. 5. Exceptional drought and stress tolerance with Optimum ® AQUAmax® hybrids across many maturities The genetic diversity of Pioneer corn and soybean germplasm to help mitigate risk 6. Pioneer has many simple and convenient integrated rootworm refuge products 10. Pioneer has a reputation as a more reliable seed supplier when seed is needed on-time to plant 11. Pioneer® brand T-Series soybeans continue to raise the bar on yield potential Growers across the country still plant more of their acres to Pioneer brand soybean varieties than any other brand. Be sure to plant the new Pioneer brand T-Series soybeans. Go ahead, read what all the “buzz” is about and plant more Pioneer on your farm in 2014. Thank you for your business! 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. AMXT— (Optimum® AcreMax® XTreme) - Contains a single-bag integrated refuge solution for above- and below-ground insects. The major component contains the Agrisure® RW trait, the YieldGard® Corn Borer gene, and the Herculex® XTRA genes. In EPA-designated cotton growing counties, a 20% separate corn borer refuge must be planted with Optimum AcreMax XTreme 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. 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. 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. RR – Contains the Roundup® Ready gene. Herculex® Insect Protection technology by Dow AgroSciences and Pioneer Hi-Bred. Herculex® and the HX logo are registered trademarks of Dow AgroSciences LLC. YieldGard®, the 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. Agrisure® is a registered trademark of, and used under license from, a Syngenta Group Company. Agrisure ® technology incorporated into these seeds is commercialized under a license from Syngenta Crop Protection AG.
  • 2014 Elite Pioneer® brand Corn Products for Eastern South Dakota & Western Minnesota Hybrid/Brand1 Tech.Seg. CRM P8906AM1™ P9366AMX™ AM1,LL,RR2 89 Sound agronomics. Suitable for planting in cold soils, or for later planting and drier grain. AMX,LL,RR2 93 P9526AMX™ AMX,LL,RR2 95 New, brings good root strength and drought tolerance. Very good Goss’s wilt tolerance. New, Pioneer® brand Optimum® AQUAmax® product - excellent drought tolerance potential. Excellent stress emergence and good brittle snap tolerance. Yield leader at 95CRM with consistent performance, early 91 CRM silk. P9675AMX™ AMX,LL,RR2 96 P9834AMX™ AMX,LL,RR2 98 P9917AMX™ AMX,LL,RR2 99 P0062AMX™ AMX,LL,RR2 100 P0193AM™ AM,LL,RR2 101 P0297AMX™ AMX,LL,RR2 102 P0407AMXT™ AMXT,LL,RR2 104 New, early silking 104 CRM platform, good agronomic stability. A great companion to P0533AM1™ and P0297AMX™. Optimum AQUAmax hybrid designation indicates it performs rain or shine. Above and below ground action. Above average stalk strength. 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 potential, and top-end yield potential! Early silk allows positioning north of zone. P0533AM1™ AM1,LL,RR2 Descriptions A fast emerging hybrid with improved stalk strength and mid-season brittle stalk tolerance. Has potential to go on a lot of acres. Very solid agronomics, include good late season stalks and roots. Good mid-season brittle stalk tolerance. Impressive yields under drought or higher yield environments. Early 96 CRM silk is great at establishing stand in high residue and early planting. High yield potential. Has excellent drought tolerance. Good test weight and grain quality. Consider stalk strength when managing late harvest, especially south of zone. Exciting top-end yield potential. Best performance observed in high fertility environments. Below average stalk strength; best positioned in-zone or north of zone. Good dual-purpose product. Leader double that has the potential to replace 36V53. Tremendous yield potential in high yield environments and good stability in stress environments. Very good stalks and roots. 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. Pioneer Competitor Yield Yield (bu/a 56#) (bu/a 56#) 148.6 148.9 150.2 147.8 163.3 155.5 178.8 179.2 187.4 182.0 Pioneer Yield Adv. -0.2 2.4 7.8 -0.4 5.4 Pioneer Pioneer Pioneer Pioneer Pioneer Pioneer Moisture Test Test Wt. Income/A % Wins Moisture Adv. Wt. Adv. Adv. 19.4 -0.7 55.5 1.9 71% ($3) 18.8 -1.2 55.8 1.3 57% $5 19.7 -1.5 55.2 0.1 100% $26 20.7 -0.4 54.4 -0.4 54% ($6) 19.0 0.8 56.0 1.1 70% $30 Hybrid/Brand1 Competitor Product # of Locations DeKalb DKC43-10RIB DeKalb DKC43-48RIB DeKalb DKC43-48RIB P9526AMX™ Dekalb DKC46-20RIB DeKalb DKC49-29RIB 7 14 7 13 27 P9675AMX™ DeKalb DKC43-27 36 190.9 188.7 2.1 61% 14.9 -1.0 59.1 0.2 $7 P9834AM1™ DeKalb DKC48-12RIB Dekalb DKC49-29RIB P9834AMX™ Dekalb DKC53-56RIB DeKalb DKC46-20RIB P9917AMX™ DeKalb DKC49-29RIB DeKalb DKC50-66 DeKalb DKC48-12RIB P0062AMX™ DeKalb DKC49-29RIB DeKalb DKC53-56RIB 11 23 28 18 51 8 31 50 64 185.2 188.7 189.9 182.4 187.2 198.9 195.2 188.8 191.8 179.6 185.1 192.4 179.2 182.3 192.7 194.2 186.3 195.1 5.6 3.6 -2.5 3.2 4.9 6.2 1.0 2.5 -3.2 73% 57% 39% 67% 65% 63% 55% 58% 33% 18.4 18.5 18.0 21.0 19.6 18.6 20.5 20.5 19.9 -0.9 0.1 1.7 -1.4 0.1 -1.0 -0.8 -0.6 1.3 55.5 54.1 54.6 55.1 56.1 57.4 53.9 54.1 54.1 -0.6 -1.3 -0.4 -0.4 1.0 1.5 -0.4 -1.0 -0.5 $20 $16 $1 $4 $23 $20 ($2) $7 ($4) P0193HR DeKalb DKC52-04 DeKalb DKC49-29RIB P0193AM™ DeKalb DKC52-59 DeKalb DKC48-12RIB DeKalb DKC49-29RIB P0297XR DeKalb DKC53-56RIB DeKalb DKC53-78RIB 75 47 7 26 48 62 21 192.8 182.1 186.0 198.6 189.8 196.2 200.1 190.3 180.3 175.2 193.3 181.6 196.8 198.6 2.5 1.8 10.8 5.3 8.2 -0.5 1.4 59% 55% 71% 65% 73% 47% 57% 18.2 20.8 20.8 21.7 21.5 21.0 20.6 -0.6 -0.9 -1.4 -2.0 -1.9 0.1 0.0 56.4 53.4 53.3 55.2 54.9 55.3 55.8 -1.3 -1.4 -0.6 1.0 0.0 0.6 1.6 $7 $2 $38 $8 $22 ($2) $6 P0448AMX™ DeKalb DKC53-56RIB DeKalb DKC52-04 DeKalb DKC53-56RIB P0533AM1™ DeKalb DKC53-78RIB DeKalb DKC55-09RIB 11 86 69 131 59 201.3 209.3 199.4 211.0 205.6 195.9 203.7 196.2 203.5 201.9 5.4 5.6 3.2 7.6 3.7 64% 70% 61% 75% 58% 22.4 18.5 22.2 18.9 18.2 -1.0 -1.0 -0.9 -1.1 0.7 55.4 58.4 55.8 58.6 58.9 0.9 0.6 0.9 1.1 0.9 $16 $19 $7 $28 $22 P9284AM™ 1 All 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 24, 2013. Data for individual product/variety comparisons was from the following geographic selection: Minnesota, Eastern South Dakota, Eastern North Dakota & 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 multilocation information is a better predictor of future performance. DO NOT USE THIS OR ANY OTHER DATA FROM A LIMITED NUMBER OF TRIALS AS A SIGNIFICANT FACTOR IN PRODUCT SELECTION. Product/variety responses are variable and subject to any number of environmental, disease, and pest pressures. Prices used for Income calculation: ADJUSTMENT: 0.040 DEF: $4.75 . All products are trademarks of their manufacturers.
  • 2014 Elite Pioneer® brand Soybean Varieties For Eastern South Dakota & Western Minnesota Variety/Brand2 RM Descriptions 90M80 (RR/SCN) 0.8 P10T91R (RR/SCN) 1.0 91Y10 (RR/SCN) 91Y30 (RR) P16T04R (RR) 91Y90 (RR) P19T60R (RR/SCN) 92Y22 (RR/SCN) 1.1 1.3 1.6 1.9 1.9 2.2 P22T69R (RR/SCN) 2.2 P24T19R (RR/SCN) 92Y51 (RR/SCN) P25T51R (RR/SCN) 92Y83 (RR/SCN) 2.4 2.5 2.5 2.8 Proven leader in its maturity on SCN or non-SCN acres. Can move south of zone. New Pioneer® brand T-Series, strong iron chlorosis tolerance (IDC) & high yield potential with good standability. Widely adapted ,with1C gene & good PRR field tolerance. Good tolerance to IDC. Non-SCN with shorter plant type. Excellent PRR field tolerance, emergence & standability. New T-Series, non-SCN variety that is taller with good standability and yield. High yield potential for non-SCN soils. Very consistent, widely adapted, good standability. New T-Series, SCN variety with high yields & good PRR protection. SCN, offensive variety for high yield potential on better-drained, low IDC soil types. New T-Series, a “must-plant” T-Series with solid agronomic traits and top-end yield potential. Peking source of SCN resistance & solid white mold tolerance. New T-Series, widely adapted in Minnesota. Good PRR, IDC and SDS tolerance. Proven yielder. Good white mold & SDS tolerance. Excellent resistance to shattering. New T-Series, Top-end yield potential & solid PRR resistance (1c & 3a genes). Wider canopy. Full-season yield leader. Good SDS tolerance & standability. SCN replacement for 93M11. 2012-2013 Soybean Yield Comparisons - Minnesota, Eastern SD, and Eastern ND Variety/Brand2 Pioneer Competitor Pioneer Pioneer Pioneer Yield/Acre Yield/Acre Yield Adv. % Wins Income Adv./A 50 50.2 -0.2 44% ($2) 53 52.7 0.3 45% $4 47.7 46.3 1.3 72% $17 51 50.2 0.8 59% $10 52.7 52.2 0.5 68% $7 49.9 50.2 -0.3 41% ($4) 51.8 49.4 2.4 67% $31 53.7 52.1 1.6 64% $21 54 51.7 2.3 69% $30 52.7 50.7 1.9 68% $25 52.9 52.9 0.1 51% $1 52.5 52.1 0.5 58% $6 Competitor # of Locs 91Y90 (RR) NK Brand S09-N6 Asgrow AG1230 Asgrow AG0732 NK Brand S09-N6 Asgrow AG1230 NK Brand S09-N6 Asgrow AG1031 Asgrow AG1230 NK Brand S13-A4 NK Brand S13-A4 NK Brand S17-G8 NK Brand S17-G8 27 22 29 27 19 27 6 33 32 22 37 38 P19T60R (RR,SCN) NK Brand S17-G8 37 53.8 52.9 0.9 51% $12 Asgrow AG1931 Channel 2000R2 Asgrow AG2330 Asgrow AG2433 Asgrow AG1931 Asgrow AG2031 Asgrow AG2330 Asgrow AG2632 Asgrow AG2330 Asgrow AG2631 Asgrow AG2632 Asgrow AG2433 Asgrow AG2632 Asgrow AG2031 Asgrow AG2232 Asgrow AG2330 Asgrow AG2431 Asgrow AG2631 Asgrow AG2632 Asgrow AG2632 NK Brand S28-U7 67 15 19 5 48 73 15 11 15 14 14 5 13 40 12 16 27 14 14 6 6 54.9 52.1 51.9 60.9 55.7 56.6 51.8 57.1 52.9 53.1 54.6 55.9 54.6 58.3 58.5 52.4 55 54 57 48.6 48.3 55.1 51.6 51.8 58.7 54.7 56.9 51.8 55.7 51.8 49.7 54.1 55.5 53.6 56.4 58.1 50.2 54.7 49.7 54.1 43.6 45.4 -0.2 0.6 0.1 2.3 1.1 -0.3 0 1.4 1.1 3.4 0.5 0.4 1 1.9 0.3 2.2 0.3 4.3 2.8 4.9 2.9 45% 60% 47% 80% 56% 49% 47% 55% 67% 71% 43% 40% 69% 73% 58% 69% 48% 64% 86% 100% 83% ($2) $7 $1 $29 $14 ($4) $0 $19 $14 $45 $7 $5 $13 $25 $5 $29 $4 $56 $37 $64 $38 90M80 (RR/SCN) P10T91R (RR,SCN) 91Y10 (RR,SCN) 91Y30 (RR) P16T04R (RR) 92Y22 (RR,SCN) P22T69R (RR,SCN) P24T19R (RR,SCN) 92Y51 (RR/SCN) P25T51R (RR,SCN) 92Y83 (RR/SCN) 2 All Pioneer products are varieties unless designated with LL, in which case, some are brands. 2012 & 2013 data collected through October 24, 2013. Data for individual variety comparisons was from the following geographic selection: Minnesota, Eastern South Dakota and Eastern North Dakota. 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. DO NOT USE THIS OR ANY OTHER DATA FROM A LIMITED NUMBER OF TRIALS AS A SIGNIFICANT FACTOR IN VARIETY SELECTION. Price used for income calculation: $13.00 per bushel . All products are trademarks of their manufacturers.
  • 7383 KJ 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