There is a limit to how much you want to plant a single hybrid or variety. I recommend my customers only use a single hybrid on no more than 25% of their acres. And ideally, I would recommend closer to 15-20%, even if it's the Great Bambino of corn or soy.
You need a full roster of quality seeds, not just one superstar. It could be a fluke season, and, what's most important, you limit your ability to learn when you only plant a few different seeds.
By planting a full roster of seeds, the more you're able to gain insight into what works and what doesn't on every acre.
And when looking at your roster, just like talent, how you allocate seed is one key to success. Bayer, much like professional baseball teams, can leverage a library of performance data. Informed by more than 800,000 test plots, FieldView™ seed scripts can determine the ideal placement and population for nearly 5,000 different hybrids.