March 28, 2012
Spectrum Seed Solutions, Crawfordsville, Ind., is moving the new DuraYield genetics into its commercial corn hybrids. Scott Johnson, genetics manager, explains how the new genetics line works with its native traits to withstand heat, drought and insect pressure.
This is the 4th piece in our "Week in Puerto Rico" series. Check back for more videos, photo galleries and stories in the series at www.farmindustrynews.com.
Piece 1: Video: Soybean, seed nursery business thrives in Puerto Rico
Piece 2: Video: New corn genetics line launched with non-GMO stress, insect tolerance
Piece 3: Photo gallery: Major rice company uses Puerto Rico for seed research, nursery
Piece 4: Video: Spectrum Seed Solutions uses DuraYield genetics for non-GMO markets
Piece 5: Gallery: Bayer CropScience expands seed research, nursery in Puerto Rico
Piece 6: Story: Move over Hawaii – Puerto Rico takes over U.S. winter seed work
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