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How do I Access the Walking Your Fields® newsletter Online?
You will need to create a account. Once you’ve completed registration, you will be able to access the latest version of Walking Your Fields® newsletter online located on the home page and in the agronomy section. This exclusive agronomy newsletter is written by your local Pioneer account manager throughout the growing season. Walking Your Fields newsletter helps you stay ahead of pest and disease pressures. The online version can be accessed online several days before it arrives in the mail, giving you more time to react.

How do I email my Pioneer Sales Professional or other Pioneer contacts?
On the main menu, on the far right, go to the link. If you are logged in, you will see the name of your Pioneer sales professional/s and account team. If you are NOT logged in, you will see a listing of Pioneer sales professionals for your zip code. Choose one and the contact information, including email address, will be displayed.

How do I change my password or update my email address?
Sign in to and click the my preferences link located in the upper left hand corner.

How do I customize my local markets and weather?
Sign in to and click the my preferences link located in the upper left hand corner.

Do I have to be a Pioneer customer to view exclusive agronomic information?
No. In fact, we encourage prospective customers, farm managers, crop consultants and other partners to register. By registering, you will be able to access valuable and timely crop-production focused information and newsletters, such as Walking Your Fields® newsletter and others.

How do I see market quotes from other locations?
Content on is localized, based on your zip code. To see content for other areas, such as a neighboring state, you can either type in that zip code or the city and state. Click the link to see an example.

Why do I have to increase the length of my username and password?
Pioneer is committed to data security. Increasing the strength of your username and/or password can improve the security of your personal information. Learn more about .