Farmers who planted Enlist corn and Enlist soybean farms across the United States are seeing firsthand how applying the Enlist Duo herbicide minimizes drift during application and how it is easy to accurately apply with little to no volatility.
“Right now is an exciting point of the season crops are looking good, and yield potential is strong in many parts of the country,” Jonathan Siebert, Enlist field sales leader, said. “Farmers can help maintain yield potential by carefully scouting and controlling weeds with a timely post-emergence herbicide application.”
The Enlist duo herbicide is in its first year for Enlist corn and is being used on Enlist soybean farms via the Field Forward program for seed production. The farmers are learning that the herbicide lives up to its promises and also gives farmers more flexibility with application timing.
Farmers facing tough weeds can apply Enlist Duo herbicide that combines 2,4-D choline and glyphosate to tackle even the toughest weeds. It only requires a 30-foot downwind buffer for sensitive areas and none for adjacent soybeans, meaning the product will attack only the weeds the farmer intends on getting rid of and not the beans the farmers are trying to protect from weeds.
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