Corteva is committed to bringing new technologies to the market place in a responsible manner and promotes practicing responsible Insect Resistance Management, Herbicide Resistance Management and Grain Marketing decisions.

Patents Covered by The Pioneer Technology Agreement

See a list of patents and intellectual property that covers Pioneer lines.

Technology Use Agreements:

Seed and Technology Use Agreement
Pioneer® Brand Canola with the Roundup Ready® Gene
Clearfield® Commitment for Canola

Product Use Guide

The Product Use Guide provides technical information about the Pioneer insect control and herbicide tolerant products and sets forth requirements and guidelines for the use of these products. Please read all of the information pertaining to the technology you will be using, including stewardship and related information.

Learn more about the various seed trait technologies.

2019 Canada Product Use Guide

Material Safety Data Sheets

Non-Gmo Validation Certificates

Weed Resistance Management

Growers have widely embraced herbicide tolerance technology because it provides convenient, effective and economical weed control in crops. However, intensive long-term use of any single herbicide mode of action can lead to the development of weed resistance. Integrated management practices can minimize this risk, while at the same time providing growers with a more consistent and effective weed control program.

Learn more here

Corn Refuge Hybrid Selector

To help growers properly implement a refuge, Pioneer has partnered with industry Bt corn technology providers, the Ontario Corn Committee and the Canadian Corn Pest Coalition (CCPC) to build a Corn Refuge Hybrid Selector. This calculator is designed to help growers plan how to meet the minimum refuge requirements for each of the Bt corn products on their farms. Visit:

Seed Applied Technology Stewardship

Seed treatment management and responsible stewardship play a vital role in sustaining our environment while maximizing crop health. Responsible stewardship practices help maintain seed and seed treatment integrity, which keeps the active ingredient on the seed to achieve the maximum crop health benefit for the investment.

See the Government of Canada’s Pollinator Protection and Responsible Use of Treated Seed -Best Management Practices