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DuPont Pioneer Launches Encirca Yield to Enhance Input Management

Thu, 17 Jul 2014 09:38:40 CDT

DuPont Pioneer Launches Encirca Yield to Enhance Input Management





DuPont Pioneer is launching its new Encirca Yield services platform and enrolling growers today to help them improve timing, placement and management of critical inputs to enhance the overall productivity and profitability of every acre.


"Growers are working harder than ever to manage their margins during a difficult economic environment," said Steve Reno, DuPont Pioneer vice president, regional business director for U.S. and Canada. "The Encirca Yield services platform provides a new way for our customers to assess their crop's performance in real-time and make management decisions that will ultimately improve their operation's bottom line."


The Encirca Yield platform relies on several innovative enabling technologies that mimic crop production throughout the growing season. Strategic collaborations with eight U.S. land grant universities, the USDA and University of Missouri, and DTN/The Progressive Farmer are providing enhanced crop modeling, advanced soil mapping and hyper-local weather data to fuel the analytics featured in Encirca Yield.


A key part of this new premium offering is the Nitrogen Management Service. Nitrogen (N) is one of the most difficult inputs to use efficiently and misuse can be costly. Pioneer agronomists estimate growers can lose an estimated $50 to $60 per acre by applying too much or too little Nitrogen. The Encirca Yield Nitrogen Management Service gives growers information to help them limit these losses and secure more profit from each acre.


Pioneer helps growers with this analysis through insights provided by a local Encirca certified services agent utilizing the data pulled from the field.


"Local Encirca certified services agents are versed in the industry-leading technology and analytics we provide," Reno said. "They can help customers with plans tailored to each field based on growing conditions and reassess throughout the season. This helps growers determine the right amounts to apply at the right time to enhance their yield and profit potential."


Encirca Yield is the newest instrument in the Encirca services arsenal. It joins the Encirca View platform launched earlier this year. Encirca View is a free mobile-enabled information hub offering organized crop observations and notes, and an industry first Community View provides real-time aggregated insight into crop conditions and soil moisture ratings. Users can upgrade to fee-based Encirca View Premium for field-by-field weather powered by individual weather stations and commodity market news and insight.


The Encirca services platforms are agronomically driven and will help farmers make whole-farm, real-time choices on important elements to farm successfully, driving the future of decision-based agriculture forward and improving productivity for American agriculture.


Click Here to learn more through their website. Growers can contact their Pioneer sales professional or, to find an Encirca certified services agent, simply call 1-844-744-7333.


DuPont Pioneer is the world's leading developer and supplier of advanced plant genetics, providing high-quality seeds to farmers in more than 90 countries. Pioneer provides agronomic support and services to help increase farmer productivity and profitability and strives to develop sustainable agricultural systems for people everywhere. Science with Service Delivering Success®.





   

 

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