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Cost vs. Benefit of Seed Treatments

Cost vs. Benefit of Seed Treatments

A crop can only be as successful as the foundation you give it

The era of low commodity prices is forcing farmers to rethink what inputs they can and can’t live without. While the overall goal of any growing season is to get a plant out of the ground in optimal health, it’s hard to pick any growing condition in which a farmer wouldn’t gain some level of benefit from a seed treatment. However, there are some challenges to keep in mind when applying. 

Even in a down market, starting the season with healthy and vigorous plants will give your field the best opportunity for a strong ROI. 

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