Jul 16, 2020


We are continually watching out for you and the investment you make in your crop every year. We know how important it is to make accurate decisions that give you a positive ROI. Data shows that soybean aphids and fungal diseases are the most significant culprits of yield loss in late season soybeans. CFS agronomists are diligently scouting, using models and economic injury level research to make recommendations to remedy these issues. Below is an example of the data being used to make recommendations for our growers.

We want to continue to provide valuable services and information to you. If you’re concerned about soybean aphids or disease, please reach out to your CFS agronomist. We can help you make the best decision for your fields.



A five year average of Central Advantage data has shown a positive ROI from soybean fungicide applications. Central Advantage growers have access to a large pool of data that enables them to use insights to help them make data driven decisions.  If you are interested in learning more, contact your CFS sales agronomist.



Within the WinField United Answer Plot® locations, we've seen an average 3.2 bu/A advantage in fields treated with fungicide over untreated. Preserve your yield by applying a specially priced fungicide and insecticide pack from CFS.


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