Stine’s Ask the Agronomist blog is your source to the latest information from our expert team, including advice and insight on field practices, product recommendations, planting and harvest updates, new technologies, crop management, innovative research and information about how to keep your farm operation running smoothly year round. 

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    Rotating Modes of Action

    January 22, 2016

    Posted by Kevin Ryan in Crop Management

    Rotating modes of action in your fields is important no matter where you operate. For RSA Kevin Ryan, he sees the need for rotation every year in the Delta region of the United States. Pigweeds, for example, were once controlled with PPO inhibitors but are now experiencing PPO resistance in the Delta region. Options like LibertyLink® soybeans are quickly becoming popular down South to help fight this resistance. Kevin shares his thoughts on how rotating chemistries, and even crops, can help promote healthy fields in 2016.

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    Stine LibertyLink Soybeans

    December 28, 2015

    Posted by Tony Lenz in Products

    Combined with high-yielding genetics and built-in tolerance to Liberty® herbicide, Stine LibertyLink® soybeans are becoming a popular option for growers who have experienced glyphosate-resistant weed issues with their soybean acres. RSA Tony Lenz shares his tips for weed management using the LibertyLink system to help keep your fields clean in 2016.

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    The Difference With Stine Seed

    December 11, 2015

    Posted by Bill Kessinger in Stine News

    What makes Stine unique is not only the company's world-class breeding program and high-yielding genetics, but also the history of the company and the employees who stand behind the Stine brand. As the largest privately owned seed company in the country, Stine remains a family-owned operation, led by a trio of innovators who know the industry and the importance of maintaining a personal connection with their customers, dealers and employees. For RSA Bill Kessinger, this is the difference with Stine.