Join Stine at the 66th annual Farm Progress Show in Decatur, Illinois, August 27–29! Dubbed the nation’s largest outdoor farm event, the Farm Progress Show boasts more than 600 exhibitors, from farm equipment and supplies to seed products, agricultural inputs and more. You can find Stine at booth 1251, which is located in the northwest quadrant of the show grounds, just off Twelfth Progress Street. You can map our booth on the Farm Progress Show’s website.
This year, Stine is excited to feature the latest corn and soybean technology on the market. Stop by and tour our show plot, where you will get a first-hand look at the following products:
Stine Enlist E3™ soybeans — Combines Stine’s high-yielding, elite genetics for powerful performance with tolerance to a new 2,4-D choline, glyphosate and glufosinate. This advanced herbicide-tolerant trait technology offers growers maximum flexibility and convenience, along with outstanding weed control. Stine is proud to offer growers the broadest lineup of Enlist E3 soybeans in 2020, with 75 different options for growers to choose from. We’ll have Stine 36EA02 and 38EB03 brand Enlist E3 soybeans available to view in our show plot.
Stine Agrisure® Corn: From above- and below-ground insect protection to in-crop tolerance to glyphosate and other herbicides, the Stine Agrisure portfolio continues to be one of the top-performing corn trait packages in our lineup. Come check out Stine 9714-G (Agrisure GT), 9709-G (Agrisure GT), 9808E-20 (Agrisure Viptera® 3110) and R9734-32 (Agrisure Duracade® 5222 E-Z Refuge®) at our show plot, and make sure you ask our sales reps about our complete lineup of Agrisure trait corn in 2020.
In addition to viewing our show plot, make sure you ask one of our sales representatives how you can get one of our NEW Stine hats and our 2020 Stine Seed Catalog. You can also pop in to visit WYXY Classic 99.1’s very own Gale Cunningham, who will be broadcasting live from our booth the entire show, including live interviews, analysis and market reports.
We look forward to seeing you at the 66th annual Farm Progress Show!