Jul 16, 2020


What do your crops need to maximize their yield potential? Obviously there are the basics, like sunlight, water and nutrients, but there's more than that to consider. For example, weed control, disease management and planting populations also contribute to a crop's health and, ultimately, it's yield potential. Unfortunately, there's no one-size-fits-all approach to optimizing a crop's productivity.

That's why understanding how our crops will respond to various management practices, including fungicide applications, is valuable. Data from the 2019 Answer Plot® program showed an average 5.6- to 40.4-bushel-per-acre yield response to fungicide applications, depending on the hybrid. Understanding a hybrid's response-to score can help you better manage your seed, which allows you to allocate your crop inputs budget more precisely.


The fungicide packages above are eligible to be financed by your Secure financing note at an extremely low interest rate until February of 2021. For more information about the benefits of a fungicide application and how to use your Secure line, contact us at CFS.

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

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