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Rob-See-Co, an independent seed company located in Elkhorn, Nebraska, acquired Iowa-based Federal Hybrids. This acquisition positions Rob-See-…

It’s hard to believe another growing season has come and is almost gone. The year 2022 has had its share of challenges — a wet start, drought, corn root worm, soybean gall midge, pigweed, and (my favorite) tar spot. And now, as we approach harvest, we face final challenges like ear and crown rot.

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Planting corn hybrids without Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) proteins for protection against European corn borer (ECB), corn rootworm or both will reduce seed costs. However, if not careful, farmers could inadvertently reduce crop revenues if they select hybrids without considering yield potential or insect populations in their fields.

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