Now that the Enlist E3 technology for soybeans is approved, Mycogen Seeds territory sales manager Amanda Roth says it will be a game changer for weed control across South Dakota. “One thing we promote is a program approach to weed management, not the continued application of the same product. We want to layer modes of action to extend the longevity of the product.” Roth says weeds were a big challenge in South Dakota this year with those who could grow a crop. Weeds in prevent plant acres are also a struggle. There are ways for farmers to take care of the problem, if they can get in the fields. “When you can’t get in the field, you can’t till or use any form of weed control. It’s a big struggle.”
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