News Briefs February 25, 2019

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It’s that time of year again; Pioneer will be at Commodity Classic in Orlando, Florida, Feb. 28 – March 2. We’re excited to bring the latest technology updates and our industry-leading agronomic information to the Corteva Agriscience, Agriculture Division of DowDuPont, and Pioneer Stage, located in the Pioneer booth, (#875) throughout the event. 

This week’s media briefs cover the Pioneer Commodity Classic stage schedule, the case for using digital solutions in farming and five ideas to maximize soybean potential. 

Want to speak with an expert on these or other topics? Contact Kacey Birchmier at kacey.birchmier@dupont.com.

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Corteva Agriscience & Pioneer Stage Schedule at 2019 Commodity Classic Announced

Visit the Corteva Agriscience and Pioneer Stage (booth #875) for the latest technology updates and farm management insights during the 2019 Commodity Classic convention and trade show in Orlando, Florida. Learn about the latest from the Corteva Agriscience R&D pipeline, management tips to help farmers be productive and updates on the newest grower solutions.

Leaders and industry experts from Pioneer and Corteva Agriscience™ will be available for interviews immediately following their presentations or by previously scheduled request.

Thursday, February 28, 2019
Time Pioneer (Booth #875)  
11:15 a.m. A Farmer’s Hand to Success
David Hula, farmer from Virginia and NCGA Corn Yield World Record Holder
Hula will discuss the many factors that play into a successful crop year, including a positive attitude, management practices, equipment, genetics and giving thanks.
 
12:10 p.m.  Get Your Farm's Data Working for You with Granular and John Deere
Sid Gorham, CEO, Granular 
Granular and John Deere are partnering to help farmers better connect and use machine data and expand the offerings beyond Profit Maps. Gorham also will highlight new software solutions with Granular.
 
1:05 p.m. New Solutions to Your Toughest Crop Challenges
Todd Frazier, U.S. Marketing Leader, and
Jon Doran, U.S. Marketing Leader – Crop Protection
Frazier and Doran will bring the industry’s leading R&D pipeline to life. They will share details about new innovations coming to America’s farmers for seed, crop protection, seed treatment and digital. 
 
2:00 p.m.

Ag Econ Situation & Outlook
Steve Elmore, Director, Global Market Intelligence

 
2:55 p.m. New Enlist E3™ Soybean Trait Technology:
See the Difference. Feel the Confidence.
Shawna Hubbard, Product Manager, Enlist Weed Control System
Hear the latest in soybean trait technology with this session on the Enlist weed control system. Learn how Enlist herbicides can control weeds with on-target performance, giving farmers soybean acres that will make them proud.
 

Friday, March 1, 2019

Time Pioneer (Booth #875)  
11:45 a.m.

A Farmer’s Hand to Success
David Hula, farmer from Virginia and NCGA Corn Yield World Record Holder
Hula will talk about the many factors that play into a successful crop year, including a positive attitude, management practices, equipment, genetics and giving thanks.

 
12:40 p.m. High-Yielding Soybeans – A Systems Approach
Kyle Poling, Pioneer Field Agronomist
Every soybean grower can positively influence their crop to drive higher yields. It begins with understanding the key factors that enable a soybean plant to photosynthesize and lengthen the time of seed fill. The right combination of genetics, management and resources are necessary to maximize soybean yield potential.
 
1:35 p.m. New Solutions to Your Toughest Crop Challenges
Todd Frazier, U.S. Marketing Leader, and
Jon Doran, U.S. Marketing Leader – Crop Protection
Frazier and Doran will bring the industry’s leading R&D pipeline to life. They will share details about new innovations coming to America’s farmers for seed, crop protection, seed treatment and digital. 
 
2:30 p.m. Ag Econ Situation & Outlook
Steve Elmore, Director, Global Market Intelligence
 
3:25 p.m. Soil Health: What Is It and How Does It Affect the Bottom Line?
Kenny Johnson, CCA, SSp, Sustainability Manager – Seed and R&D Platform
Johnson will discuss the three components of soil health and how farmers can improve it over time. In addition, he will discuss how agronomists are going to conduct Comprehensive Assessment to Soil Health Tests establishing soil health benchmarks.
 

Saturday, March 2, 2019

Time Pioneer (Booth #875)  
8:45 a.m.

High-Yielding Soybeans – A Systems Approach
Kyle Poling, Pioneer Field Agronomist
Every soybean grower can positively influence their crop to drive higher yields. It begins with understanding the key factors that enable a soybean plant to photosynthesize and lengthen the time of seed fill. The right combination of genetics, management and resources are necessary to maximize soybean yield potential.

 
9:40 a.m.

Get Your Farm's Data Working for You with Granular and John Deere
Harley Janssen, Director of Product Management, Granular           
Granular and John Deere are partnering to help farmers better connect and use machine data and expand the offerings beyond Profit Maps. Janssen also will highlight new software solutions with Granular.

 
10:35 a.m.

New Enlist E3™ Soybean Trait Technology:
See the Difference. Feel the Confidence.
Shawna Hubbard, Product Manager, Enlist Weed Control System
Hear the latest in soybean trait technology with this session on the Enlist weed control system. Learn how Enlist herbicides can control weeds with on-target performance, giving farmers soybean acres that will make them proud.

 

Crop Insights

The Case for Digital

Pioneer Field Agronomist Matt Montgomery knows the power of data, and he’s highlighting the reasons farmers need to get in on the digital revolution. Making data-driven decisions lets growers reduce risk and set themselves up to maximize crop yields…See more

Five Ideas to Maximize Soybean Potential

Pioneer Field Agronomist Jesse Moch shares ideas for maximizing soybean yield potential. From variable rating soybeans to early planting, there are a lot of priorities competing for a farmer’s attention. Moch breaks down which five factors can potentially provide the best return on investment for soybean farmers…See more

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