CHS has partnered with several nationally recognized seed genetics providers to offer a variety of genetics for application in various soil types and environments. Talk with your local agronomist at CHS for a complete list of the genetics available or to learn more today.
Our team has also developed a seed guide with specific varieties that work right here in our area. See our full seed guide for seed that will perform in your operation.
And when you buy Allegiant seed, you’re buying from the company you own. Today, CHS is one of the top five ag retailers in the U.S. – thanks to the successful partnership we have with producer-owners like you. We’re proud to stand behind this relationship, built on agronomic knowledge, service, integrity, follow-through and a relentless dedication to helping your operation grow through every market cycle.
Make the decision for Allegiant seed this season and count on CHS to bring you the cutting edge solutions and timely, relevant information you need to reach your profitability goals. Allegiant seed – performance at a value price from people you can trust.
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We’ve compiled an industry-leading product portfolio comprised of varieties from the best breeding companies and seed producers. With carefully selected CHS branded alfalfa, forage sorghum, forage grasses and clovers, turf grasses and food plot products, along with commodities, CHS Seed Resources can supply the needs of any seed dealer and farming operations anywhere in the U.S. and Canada.
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In the News
Five Tips for Corn Farmers to Make Variety Selections
After a record drought, corn farmers are back to the drawing board. Selecting hybrids based on how they performed is a typical technique, but this season’s challenges could leave some farmers feeling uncertain about relying on their 2012 results. They need to look for advice beyond what typically is in their wheelhouse, including on-farm test plot results and independent data.
Jim Rouse, Iowa State University agronomist and executive director at the Iowa Crop Improvement Association, has five tips farmers should use when assessing yield trial data:
- Only multiple-location data should be used to make predictive selection decisions — including data that contains district or regional yield averages.
- Yield trials do not have to be performed on your farm, on your soil type or even under your crop rotation scheme to provide relevant data.
- Sort the data by yield. Make initial selections based on yield and appropriate maturity.
- Once you have a pool of hybrid candidates, sort among these to identify lines that have the desired mix of defensive traits.
- More information is better information. Use a variety of reliable sources of data.