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Jason Woodward said: “The PhytoGen Breeding Trait for reniform resistance will be a significant benefit for producers,” External link

agropages Monday, January 13, 2020 12:06:00 AM CET

Michael Griffin said: “PHY 400 W3FE was neck and neck all season long but pulled ahead as the front-runner on our farm late in the season. It was very easy to manage and will definitely be on our farm next year,” External link

seedquest Friday, January 10, 2020 8:41:00 PM CET

Michael Griffin said: “PhytoGen 350 has proven to be a widely adapted, consistent performer in our area and is popular, along with PHY 320 W3FE,” External link

seedquest Friday, January 10, 2020 8:41:00 PM CET

Gordon Miller says: "It all goes back to earthworms and micro-organisms. Last year we were digging peanuts and as I walked behind the digger, earthworms were everywhere feeding on micro-organisms, which is a sign of healthy soil," External link

farmindustrynews Friday, December 13, 2019 4:53:00 PM CET

Gordon Miller says: "I don't think it will hurt our quality or yields because we've had better conditions than we did last fall," "It wasn't the best year for peanuts, but it has not been our worst. Our soils are great for peanuts, and we can make a profit" External link

farmindustrynews Friday, December 13, 2019 4:53:00 PM CET

Gordon Miller says: "We try to shoot for a 70 percent maturity level," "We'll start losing the mature ones if we wait too long" External link

farmindustrynews Friday, December 13, 2019 4:53:00 PM CET

Gordon Miller says: "We've seen a 200-pound yield increase in our cotton after peanuts," External link

farmindustrynews Friday, December 13, 2019 4:53:00 PM CET

Gordon Miller says: "It saves us money on water and also on pipe costs," "Some of our fields slope and elevation change is figured into the program. It tells you where you need to put a barrel, and how much space the pipe needs to keep from blowing out. It does so much more than just tell you the size of holes to punch in your pipe" External link

farmindustrynews Friday, December 13, 2019 4:53:00 PM CET

Gordon Miller says: "We probably have 40 or more now," "On a field where we once wanted to irrigate 12 hours on one side and 12 on the other, the surge valve lets us finish the entire irrigation event in 18 hours. It's so much more efficient" External link

farmindustrynews Friday, December 13, 2019 4:53:00 PM CET

Doug Scott said: “With the PhytoGen W3FE varieties, I get protection against root-knot nematodes, bollworms and bacterial blight – in the seed,” “It’s not a seed treatment or a chemical application. The total package comes in the seed” External link

farmindustrynews Sunday, December 1, 2019 5:27:00 PM CET

Doug Scott said: “For the last two years, we have not had to spray our PhytoGen W3FE varieties for bollworms, and virtually all of the competitive varieties in the area were sprayed – once or twice,” “Not having to spray for bollworms certainly adds value” External link

farmindustrynews Sunday, December 1, 2019 5:27:00 PM CET

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