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Herbicide Trait Named
Pam Smith DTN\Progressive Farmer Crops Technology Editor
Fri Dec 7, 2012 04:03 PM CST

DECATUR, Ill. (DTN) -- The list of brand names continues to grow with a new herbicide trait system pending regulatory approval. Enlist E3 soybeans is the new brand name for a three-gene herbicide-tolerant soybean from Dow AgroSciences LLC and M.S. Technologies LLC.

The soybean is one component of the Enlist Weed Control System. Upon regulatory approval, the weed control system will allow growers the option of using 2,4-D over-the-top of crops in-season. Corn will be the first product to emerge from the system as a limited launch in 2013. The soybean portion of the launch is anticipated in 2015, pending ...

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