There’s more than one way to manage weeds. Best to use all of them.
Weeds need water, sunlight and nutrients to grow – taking these essential resources away from your soybeans. That’s why using multiple modes of effective action as part of an integrated approach is crucial for effective weed management – especially during the critical period for weed control.
More than important, this period is critical.
The critical period for weed control marks a time when competition for resources is highest between weeds and soybeans, severely impacting your crop’s yield potential. For soybeans, this period is from emergence to the second trifoliate stage.11 Sikkema, 2016.
Survival of the resistant? You decide.
Herbicide resistance is the result of naturally occurring genetic variation. The more you use a single mode of action, the more likely you are to come across a resistant weed and select for its survival.
Ways to keep you out of the weeds.
Whether it’s the ultimate pre-plant/pre-emergent burndown or effective in-crop control, you’ll find solutions to keep your fields clean all season long.