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For the most part, market watchers say proper soybean in-field management this year will be key to bringing in a bumper crop.
Ten additional herbicides and three additional insecticides from FMC are now listed on the Enlist Duo herbicide website.
The settlement is the “right action at the right time for Bayer to bring a long period of uncertainty to an end,” said CEO Werner Baumann.
With no alternative for weed management, “yield losses for soy and cotton could be as high as 50 percent.”
Ten additional herbicides, four additional insecticides, and one additional fungicide from FMC have been approved.
BASF said the Ninth Circuit’s decision has caused “immediate chaos among the agricultural community and threatens the livelihood of countless U.S. farmers.”
Soybean growers and retailers in Illinois can breathe a sigh of relief as the IDA extends the dicamba application cut-off date to June 25.
After a tumultuous three-plus years, dicamba application is no longer legal in the U.S.
Our annual half-year survey tries to make sense of a world that’s turned on a dime for many.
Following some rough years, ag retailers are apparently having an easier time applying dicamba these days.
Because of all the disruptive field conditions caused by 2019, in-field management for corn will be a bit trickier than normal this year, say experts.