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DuPont Pioneer Research Investment Yields 132 New Products for 2013 Season

Wed, 06 Mar 2013 10:28:09 CST

DuPont Pioneer Research Investment Yields 132 New Products for 2013 Season



DuPont Pioneer announced final advancements of 132 new Pioneer brand corn products for 2013, including 36 new genetic platforms. These new products are available to growers for their 2013 planting.


“Each of these products exemplifies the ‘right product for the right acre’ strategy to help growers across the U.S. address their local agronomic challenges and continue to maximize yield in the toughest growing environments,” says Bob Heimbaugh, North American director of corn product evaluation.


The expansive Pioneer product lineup includes 57 new additions to the Optimum AcreMax family of products - providing an innovative single-bag integrated refuge. Of these products, 34 new corn choices - including Optimum AcreMax 1, Optimum AcreMax Xtra and Optimum AcreMax XTreme products - feature insect protection from above and below ground insect pests with the integrated refuge for Corn Belt acres. Also available are 23 new Optimum AcreMax products with dual mode-of-action for above ground insect protection with a 95/5 percent integrated blend which satisfies refuge requirements in the Corn Belt.


The introductions include 27 new Optimum AQUAmax™ products which doubles the availability of these products from Pioneer. Now, growers ranging from the western to the eastern Corn Belt and north to the Dakotas and Minnesota will have Optimum AQUAmax products to consider for planting.


Growers in geographies where Optimum AQUAmax products are available now have the opportunity to select from 45 new or proven corn products for water-limited environments. Ranging in comparative relative maturity from 89 to 115 CRM, more growers can plant Optimum AQUAmax products on acres annually challenged by water limitations.


“Just about every farm has a field that has a challenging soil type or situation limiting water availability,” Heimbaugh says. “Optimum AQUAmax hybrids continue to thrive in dry periods during a growing season or a full-on drought.”


On 11,269 on-farm comparisons with competitive products, 2012 yield data from DuPont Pioneer shows an advantage of 8.9 percent with Optimum AQUAmax products in water-limited environments; and a 1.9 percent yield advantage in favorable growing environments at locations harvested. Across the past two growing seasons based on 19,207 on-farm comparisons, Optimum AQUAmax products have shown an 8.7 percent yield advantage in water-limited environments and a 2.6 percent yield advantage in favorable growing conditions.


“Our dedication to robust genetics and long-lasting trait solutions is especially evident this year as our Optimum AQUAmax products were put to the ultimate test in the widespread drought of 2012,” Heimbaugh says.



   

 

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