First Look at the Shuffle in Brands

July 23, 2018 10:12 AM
 
The Seed Industry Through the Years

The seed industry is no stranger to mergers and acquisitions—but nothing like what’s been in the works the past three years. Companies claim they’re working to minimize the impact for farmers, but only time will tell. These five companies will represent about 80% of planted corn and soybean acres.

2018 Seed Family Tree

2017 Seed Family Tree

2016 Seed Family Tree

2015 Seed Family Tree

2014 Seed Family Tree

2013 Seed Family Tree

2012 Seed Family Tree

2011 Seed Family Tree

2010 Seed Family Tree

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Brion hackbarth
Plover, WI
11/15/2018 05:58 AM
 

  Who ever wrote this could have left out the "claim" part and just leave it as that. Between bayer/Monsanto and pioneer, they control about 70% of the market. The rest is distributed by other companies for instance ag reliant has 7% of the market share total, yet has extremely great products. What is not told in this is that we as agronomist, CCA's, and extension, are doing everything we can to inform the public, producers etc how to grow and manage these products where we limit resistance. These companies have a slug of technology coming down the pipeline. If producers, co-ops etc use good judgement there will few if any concerns about drift, resistance, etc. Good scouting. And good management will prevail as always.

 
 

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