When you plant Enlist E3™ soybean varieties, you get crop tolerance to 2,4-D choline, glyphosate and glufosinate. Enlist E3 soybeans provide crop tolerance that enables you to use Enlist Duo® or Enlist One™ herbicide as part of a program approach for weed control.
A medium plus plant height with excellent width and uniformity, keeps the yields off the ground. A very good to excellent disease package with a strong Phytophthora Root Rot genes, with a solid lodging score.
A medium to tall variety that works great on tough soils. Excellent disease package, along with RPS 1K gene and a very good PRR field tolerance. A must for those who like to get wheat planted early.
This variety maintains a medium plus plant height that handles stress with ease. A line that brings plant height and excellent lodging. A near perfect agronomic package for Ohio; with excellent field tolerance, frogeye and above average SDS.
A medium tall plant height with solid lodging scores. A complete disease package with excellent frogeye tolerance and stem canker resistant. Very good SDS and an excellent choice for your full season variety.
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An early group 3 maturity with good stand-ability and nice branching. Contains a complete disease package, good emergence with excellent lodging scores.
Features & Benefits High-yielding, elite genetics for powerful performance Effective weed control built upon LibertyLink® technology Glyphosate and glufosinate tolerant soybean system Tolerance to a new HPPD/Group 27 herbicide (once approved) can be used as burndown and pre-emergence applications for extended, early-season and broad-spectrum weed control with residual activity Liberty® herbicide and the LibertyLink® trait provide an excellent means for growers to rotate nonselective herbicides to effectively manage weed resistance and preserve the utility of herbicide-tolerant technologies Ultimate control over glyphosate-, triazine-, PPO- and ALS-resistant weeds Performance equal to or higher than many current brands, mostly in part because of the industry-leading genetics derived from proven germplasm.
GLYPHOSATE TOLERANT SOYBEANS
A high yielding variety with exceptional tolerance to stress and an outstanding disease package including the Rps 1K Phytophthora resistance. An excellent 3.0 bean with a competitive price.
A very high yielding variety, outstanding disease package that carries exceptional tolerance to stress. Includes: Rps 1K Phytophthora resistance. This is a medium tall plant that shows very good emergence and stand-ability with tolerance to Sudden Death Syndrome.
Roundup Ready 2 Yield® Soybeans
This mid to tall bush type bean features excellent emergence and stand-ability combines with a strong health package. This attractive, eye-appealing early bean will yield well in all soil types.
This mid season variety is a medium bush plant that provides perfect height and canopy for narrow rows. Features top yields with great disease package, especially in SDS environments.
An attractive medium bush late season variety. This variety's strong agronomic package and excellent yield potential make it a great choice for your late season soybean.
Farmers are seeing anywhere from 3 to 5-bean pods. Know what you're getting with Roundup Ready 2 Yield® Soybeans, it offers proven yield advantage over the competition. Key Benefits: Yield is built in, Offers more and larger nodes, developed greater biomass and has a larger shoot biomass than the original Roundup Ready® soybean. Do note, look for the 2 for more profit potential. Not all Roundup Ready® Soybeans contain the higher-yielding Roundup Ready 2 Yield® Soybeans. Seed containing patented traits, such as seed containing Roundup Ready 2 Yield® traits, can only be used to plant a single commercial crop. It is unlawful to save and replant Genuity® Roundup Ready 2 Yield® soybeans. Additional information and limitations on these products are provided in the Monsanto Technology Stewardship Agreement and the Monsanto Technology Use Guide. The licensed U.S. patents for Monsanto technologies can be found at the following webpage: www.monsantotechnology.com.