Farmers across the country are tapping into the benefits of the Enlist™ weed control system to manage herbicide-resistant weeds. They are growing PhytoGen® brand varieties with the Enlist trait or participating in the Field Forward™ program for Enlist soybean production. This year also marks the first year that Enlist Duo® herbicide is fully available for use on Enlist cotton. With the latest, high-yielding genetics, growers can use multiple herbicide modes of action for exceptional weed control. Follow the farmers’ stories as they experience the advanced trait and herbicide technology throughout the season.
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"Plant health is as good as we could ask for. The PhytoGen Enlist cotton looks really good. We’re expecting it to yield out pretty good.
"By the end of the day, you could see the leaves of the weeds were curling. I looked again today, and the weeds are brown.
"Our neighbors keep commenting on how clean our Enlist soybean fields look. The crop condition is excellent, and the field is 100 percent clean just a week after application.
"The pigweeds are all gnarled up, curling up and dying.
"Just a week after application, we noticed some browning on the weeds. We have excellent control right now.
"Weed control is very important on our farm. It doesn’t take many weeds before you start to hurt yield. We’re excited about the opportunity to try out the Enlist system on our farm.
"I think Enlist is a really good system and where the industry will go.
"We want to be top producing farmers, which is one reason I’m interested in new technologies. This year, I’m interested in using the Enlist system in soybeans for a different mode of action and option for weed control.
"I want to try Enlist soybeans because I like the technology, which gives us three modes of action to control weeds postemergence. Ideally, I’d like to use Enlist Duo herbicide on soybeans to be able to rotate modes of action. I think it’s a great idea.