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Sponsored: The Battle Against Glyphosate Resistant Weeds

For years, we’ve relied on the use of glyphosate to control weeds. While it’s an effective herbicide, the continued use has resulted in serious weed resistance throughout the Midwest. By not controlling these weeds, studies have shown that yields can be reduced by more than 30 percent. But there is a solution. Farmers across the Midwest have seen high yields and better control with Beck’s LibertyLink® soybeans. 

As a contact herbicide, Liberty® kills weeds in days versus weeks compared to glyphosate, and there is no documented weed resistance to the unique mode of action it provides. With good spray coverage, farmers will control the toughest glyphosate resistant weeds like marestail, waterhemp, giant ragweed, and Palmer amaranth.

Check out our latest video as two Beck’s customers explain how they won the battle against glyphosate resistant weeds with Beck’s LibertyLink soybeans.

 


 

Liberty® and LibertyLink® are registered trademarks of Bayer. 

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