Despite the cancellation of the Horizon Ag Arkansas Field Days in Stuttgart and Jonesboro this summer due to Covid-19, the company wanted to provide growers an opportunity to learn more about its offerings in the Delta — Clearfield varieties like CLL16 and CLL15 and the new Provisia variety, PVL03.
Farmers Darren Walker from the Grand Prairie, Jason McGee from Northeast Arkansas and Zack Tanner from the Missouri Bootheel share their experiences with the latest Horizon Ag varieties and tell how they are raising the bar on their farms for rice performance and profitability.
Walker, who farms near DeValls Bluff, says,“CLL16 has as much yield potential as any product on the market, including the hybrids. So if you have the lowest input costs and the top-end yield potential, why would you not plant CLL16?”
You’ll also hear from Dr. Tim Walker, Horizon Ag general manager, about Horizon Ag’s ongoing commitment to working with university and industry partners to bring forward new, improved Clearfield and Provisia varieties. They offer even higher yield potential, outstanding milling quality, industry-leading disease packages, and the most effective technologies for managing weedy rice and hard-to-control grasses.
Horizon Ag provided information for this article.
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