Minggu, 17 Maret 2013

DuPont Pioneer doubles amount of Aquamax drought-tolerant corn hybrids for 2013 | Corn hybrids content from Farm Industry News

At a recent media event in Johnston, Iowa, DuPont Pioneer announced that it is doubling the number of Optimum Aquamax drought-tolerant corn hybrids from 22 in 2012 to 44 in 2013. With the U.S. Drought monitor continuing to show drought as a major problem well into this month, more and more growers are asking about drought-tolerant hybrids, says Reed Mayberry, senior marketing manager, DuPont Pioneer. 


In addition to doubling the number of drought-tolerant hybrids this year, the company also says it is tripling the amount of acres that will be planted to Aquamax in 2013. 
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DuPont Pioneer doubles amount of Aquamax drought-tolerant corn hybrids for 2013 | Corn hybrids content from Farm Industry News