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Sponsored: More Options in the Battle Against Weed Resistance

As farmers continue battling herbicide-resistant and hard-to-control weeds, the need for new technologies grows. Because it’s not just about managing weed resistance now. It’s about managing it for future generations. 

Enlist™ soybeans combine tolerances to a new 2,4-D, glyphosate and glufosinate. Incorporating two modes of action in a single application, Enlist Duo® herbicide with Colex-D® technology combines a new 2,4-D and glyphosate that offers low drift potential, near-zero volatility, and a larger window to spray. And with tolerance to 2,4-D, farmers will have fewer plant-back restrictions – meaning you can plant Enlist soybeans immediately after applying 2,4-D burndown. 

Go behind the story of the Enlist weed control system to learn about new options farmers will have in the fight against weed resistance. 

Pending regulatory approvals, Beck’s expects to offer several high-yielding varieties of Enlist soybeans as early as 2017.

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