Tools & data
Tool provides custom prescription seeding rates for corn
Golden Harvest launches the Seeding Rate Selector to help farmers maximise yield potential.
Golden Harvest corn farmers now have access to the Seeding Rate Selector, a digital tool that helps farmers estimate the most economical seeding rate for individual hybrids and yield environments.
The Seeding Rate Selector is designed to help farmers act upon the data Golden Harvest has gathered by creating customised prescription seeding rates for specific hybrids in their specific environments.
Calculations based on two or more years of data per hybrid
Seeding rate calculations are based on two or more years of data per hybrid, collected at 70 or more trial locations each year. Trialing across many environments increases the ability to predict how individual corn hybrids should be spaced and managed, according to Golden Harvest.
Determine the optimal seeding rate per acre
The freeSeeding Rate Selector allows farmers to enter several variables, including hybrid, input costs and yield goal, to determine the optimal seeding rate per acre. Insights from the tool are to enable farmers to enhance return on investment potential by identifying opportunities where yields might be negatively impacted by over- or underseeding.
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The Golden Harvest Seeding Rate Selector is now available to help farmers create customised prescription seeding rates. - Source: Syngenta
“Farmers shouldn’t have to guess at what their seeding rate should be,” said Bruce Battles, technical agronomy manager at Syngenta Seeds. “All fields and hybrids are different, and a generic seeding rate recommendation in a seed guide isn’t sufficient. The Seeding Rate Selector takes this into consideration, providing farmers with specific rate prescriptions so that they can have the best experience with our products in relation to their local conditions.”
Golden Harvest Seed Advisors can help fine-tune seeding rate estimates further and build planter seeding rate scripts within the E-Luminate digital agronomy platform.
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