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Seed Guide 2011
Herbicide-resistant alfalfa yields weed-free fields and higher-quality feed.
U.S. farmer adoption of GM technology sets the curve.
This hybrid seed produces a fertile, glyphosate-tolerant plant.
Integrated products bring convenience to the corn field.
Seeds of Change
Can a new strategy reverse Syngenta’s fortunes?
Show Me Momentum
Mega seed giant Monsanto battles back.
More than a Slogan
A commitment to personal service drives Pioneer.
A new emphasis on seed germinates at Dow.
An independent company shows it can run with the big dogs.
Soybeans Get a Wild Partner
Transfer of important traits might someday answer production challenges.
The right seed could cost more in 2012.
Down with Drought
Seed technology protects yield in limited-water areas.
The Business of Seed
Who grows your seed and what’s in their pipeline?
Independent companies are carving a niche in the consolidating world of seed.
The Survey Says...
The Farm Journal online seed corn survey gives farmers' perspective on the seed industry.
Tough and Tender
Baby your seed corn to help minimize damage.
The practice of counting corn sets the stage for higher yields.
University-based breeding programs still serve growers.
Wheat Stands Up
New varieties and demand lend support.
Seeds Get Social
Companies use technology to reach farm customers.
Should You Go Non-GMO?
Conventional hybrids offer benefits in light of resistance issues and traited seed costs.
Truth in Trials
On-farm yield tests help the choosy choose wisely.
Meet the Seedsmen
An inside look at the movers and shakers of seed.
Cotton Makes a Comeback
Seed producers stand ready with improved germplasm.
Interactive Seed Family Tree
Learn more about the brands associated with each seed company.
Spotlight on Seed Company Social Media
Find out the backstory of Farm Journal's second-every Seed Guide.
Round Versus Flat Seeds
Here's some advice on planter adjustments for seed size and quality.
Private Industry Increases Presence in Wheat Research
Public breeding programs evolve.
Farm Journal Seed Survey Results
Find additional information generated by the Farm Journal Seed Survey.
Are You Ready to Go Trait-Less?
Watch this video to learn about the movement to non-GMO products.
On-Farm Field Trials
Learn how Farmers Independent Research of Seed Technologies (F.I.R.S.T.) provides third party results of corn and soybean varieties across the Corn Belt states.
Take a Corn Ear Count of Your Fields
Some late-season field checks can tell you a lot about the agronomic factors that impacted the development of your corn crop this season.
Advantages of Being an Independent Seed Company
Learn more about how independent seed companies operate.
Regional Wheat Variety Information
Read more perspective on the wheat industry and new varieties.
Behind the Seed Guide
Learn what it takes to advance a hybrid through the system.
Interactive Corn, Soybean Product Pipeline
See the technologies available from these companies.
Editor's Notebook: The Care Factor
Genuine caring remains one trait that cannot be engineered. In this issue, we write about the consolidating forces shaping today’s seed industry.
10 Tips to Tackle Seed Selection
Avoid errors that slash yield even before you plant.
Tailgate Talk: Global Seed and Corn Vanity
The importance of seed around the world; Corn vanity plates; Stat rack
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