Take Control of Weeds With Enlist 1™ and Liberty® Herbicides

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You have a lot of choices to make each year, and thorough weed management plans are at the top of your list. As you battle tough, resistant weeds like waterhemp or Palmer amaranth, choosing the right trait platform is critical to help you enable the best solutions to manage those weeds. The Enlist weed control system is a solution built for you to take down your toughest weed challenges.

Enlist E3 soybeans are tolerant to three postemergence herbicides featuring different sites of action: 2,4-D choline, glyphosate and glufosinate — the active ingredient in Liberty herbicide. This allows farmers to use multiple sites of action in one pass.

If you’re planting Enlist E3™ soybeans this year and need to control waterhemp or Palmer amaranth, We recommend a postemergence tank mix of Enlist™ 1 and Liberty® herbicides. With this tank mix, you can spray on your schedule with no calendar cutoff dates — through R1 on Enlist E3 soybeans.

A tank mix of Enlist 1 and Liberty herbicides is the most effective and powerful postemergence treatment to control weeds like Palmer amaranth, waterhemp and kochia.

There are three important factors to achieve good results:

  1. Spray weeds when they’re small, 3 to 4 inches.
  2. Don’t cut herbicide rates.
  3. Always use multiple modes of action.

The flexibility of Enlist 1 herbicide lets you customize a program approach to weed control. With a tank mix of Enlist 1 and Liberty herbicides, you get two modes of action working together to tackle the same weed without the concern of acidification in the tank. That means you get powerful weed control without impacting the inherent near-zero volatility of 2,4-D choline in Enlist 1 herbicide.

Liberty herbicide is the preferred glufosinate of the Enlist weed control system to allow farmers more flexibility and weed control options. For more information on how a tank mix of Enlist 1 and Liberty herbicides can help you kill more weeds, talk with a local Corteva Agriscience representative.