Asgrow® Rock Star products poised for another strong performance year

For the third year in a row, Asgrow® Rock Star products have shown unparalleled performance over leading competitive products, and this season, these products delivered another outstanding performance year.

Despite stress from excessive early-season moisture, late-season drought and various disease pressures, these featured soybean products stood up to the challenge.

As a result, farmers were once again looking forward to the higher yield potential of these consistent, top performers.

Asgrow Rock Stars offer the latest soybean trait technology, Genuity® Roundup Ready 2 Yield®, combined with superior genetics, improved agronomic traits and industry-leading defensive packages.

These tried and true soybean products have shown yield stability and the enhanced performance farmers have come to expect from the Asgrow brand.

The Rock Star lineup offers innovative, agronomic solutions, which are bred specifically for local growing conditions.

These soybeans are designed to perform within the Asgrow 4P System – a comprehensive, year-long management approach consisting of PLAN, PLANT, PROTECT and PERFORM.

Asgrow seed dealers work with farmers throughout the year to implement the 4P System and ensure that farmers achieve maximum yield potential on their soybean acres.

For 2014, farmers will be able to benefit from exciting, new advancements that are the best-of-the-best from the Asgrow brand’s elite breeding program.

Included will be a diverse offering of more than 20 new advancements that include strong defensive packages – helping farmers protect their yield from insects and devastating diseases such as Soybean Cyst Nematode, Phytophthora Root Rot and Iron-Deficiency Chlorosis tolerance.

For more information on the 2014 Asgrow Rock Star lineup, contact your local Asgrow dealer or visit


Individual results may vary. Always follow grain marketing and all other stewardship practices and pesticide label directions.

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