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Wet Fields Continue to Plague Corn and Soybean Growers

This spring has been called the wettest on record in the Corn Belt and other major growing regions of the U.S. and the pace of planting would seem to verify this claim. As of Sunday, May 26, corn planting in the U.S. is 32 days behind the 5 year average and soybeans are 37 days behind the 5 year average.
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Stine Seed Company Announces Lineup of Enlist E3 Soybeans for 2019

Trait Receives Import Approvals, Ready for Full Launch in U.S.
Enlist E3 soybeans are approved for cultivation in the U.S., Canada and Brazil and have received import authorization in importing countries, including China and the Philippines. The Enlist E3 trait is the only commercially available trait that confers tolerance to a new 2,4-D choline, glyphosate and glufosinate in a three-gene molecular stack.
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2018 Farm Progress Show

[Video] Credenz Soybeans with New Herbicide Tolerance

Jody Wynia, U.S. Soybean marketing manager for BASF, discusses the reasons behind the growth in usage of Credenz soybeans by U.S. farmers, as well as the new varieties being launched that have herbicide tolerance to both Liberty herbicide (glufosinate) and glyphosate.
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Cover Crop Considerations after Small Grain Harvest

Cover crops can be used for different reasons, such as to provide soil erosion protection, alleviate compaction, control weeds, fix atmospheric nitrogen for the next crop, harvest for hay, and as a grazing resource. The reason for using a cover crop will determine which species or mixture of species you choose, as well as how you manage it.
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