Soybean farmers have more choices for trait technologies. One of those options is with Enlist E3 soybeans. Corteva product marketing manager Shawna Hubbard says final import approvals came in the first quarter of 2019 and a limited number of acres were planted this past year. “As we look forward to 2020, we’ve got availability of E3 from all Corteva seed brands, plus more than 100 companies who have licensed this trait. Corteva projects we will have more than ten percent share in the U.S. soybean market for 2020.” Hubbard expects the adoption of Enlist E3 technology will be driven by key weeds, like waterhemp, kochia and Palmer amaranth.
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