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University Trials

At Progeny Ag Products, we work hand in hand with southern universities to broaden our testing footprint. We consider these universities to be a partner for verification on placement of our varieties. We set the bar to visit the majority of testing sites for each university system for corn and soybeans, as well as wheat. Our evaluations help to refine our prescriptions for our broad product lines. Aerial imagery is captured at each of these visited locations to analyze stand count, agronomic variability, as well as regional disease pressures. We find their efforts to be extremely helpful, and we hope that you support your local ag-based programs at these universities.

Progeny Trials

Few agricultural companies have the visibility and knowledge that come from understanding every aspect of the seed business. We hand-select technology platforms, trait packages and varieties, and we produce the majority of our seed through a network of local growers that meet our quality standards.

Progeny Ag Products stands dedicated to products proven to perform on properly prescribed acres. We dedicate thousands of miles and uncountable hours to product evaluation and prescription generation for every variety in our lineup. Our VAPER (VAlued PERformance) trials are conducted in our farmers’ backyard on a large scale. We target specific growing conditions; i.e., multiple irrigation practices, soil types, and fertility regiments, in order to properly identify the correct placement for our lineup. Our data is statistically analyzed and available to our growers through their local Sales Representative. We take our performance to heart, and that is what drives me daily to find the truth within our disease ratings, plant descriptions, and best home for success on your acre. We thank you for working with us and supporting Progeny Ag Products on your farm. I’ll see you down the field.

– John Rocconi, Progeny Agronomist