Keep up with the latest articles and announcements about how the Enlist system will help growers face tough weeds.
JUNE 14, 2017 — Enlist™ corn will be commercially available in Canada for the 2018 growing season. Dow AgroSciences announced the launch today after the Ministry of Agriculture of the People’s Republic of China approved the import of grain produced from corn containing the Enlist trait.
For quick facts about the Enlist weed control system and to see the list of available hybrids, check out this highlights sheet.
Dow AgroSciences, Väderstad and Farm Business Communications presented Gary Huitsing of Gadshill, Ontario with a brand new 8-row Tempo High Speed Planter on Friday, March 4. The winner was one of eight finalists who had a chance to open a seed box and find a scale model of the Tempo Planter at the giveaway event at the Dow AgroSciences exhibit at the London Farm Show in London, ON. Huitsing’s winning seed box was number 5. “Winning the planter will open up a wide range of possibilities,” says Huitsing. “We currently have a twelve-row planter and farm over 1000 acres.”
MAY 21, 2015 – Dow AgroSciences has recorded the first U.S. sale of Enlist Duo™ herbicide with Colex-D™ Technology.
April 1, 2015 – Growers who participated in the 2014 Enlist™ corn Field Forward™ program with Dow AgroSciences said they were impressed with the performance of both the Enlist hybrids and the weed control delivered by Enlist Duo™ herbicide.
June 19, 2013 – Farmers in Canada will have access to the latest innovation in soybean technology as Dow AgroSciences LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Dow Chemical Company and MS Technologies LLC have received approval for Enlist E3™ soybeans.
October 18, 2012 – Dow AgroSciences LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Dow Chemical Company, announced today that Canadian regulatory authorities have approved the Enlist™ corn trait and the Enlist soybean trait, which are part of the company’s Enlist Weed Control System.
July 24, 2012 – More than 80 percent of U.S. farmers believe the glyphosate-tolerant crop system will lose effectiveness by 2022.
November 3, 2011 – There is growing concern about the effects glyphosate resistance will have on eastern Canadian farmers as the number of cases found continues to rise.