Corteva Agriscience, Monsanto collaborate on corn rootworm

· May 17, 2018

Corteva Agriscience and Monsanto have completed a licensing agreement for a next-generation technology that will help farmers fighting corn rootworm, aka the “billion dollar bug.” Corteva Agriscience will receive a license to stack Monsanto’s Corn Rootworm III and MON89034 traits with Corteva Agriscience’s insect control traits. This agreement enables the development of the next generation […]

Dow AgroSciences expands Enlist line with new herbicide

· September 14, 2017

Dow AgroSciences has added another option to weed control with the launch of Enlist One herbicide, a straight-goods 2,4-D choline product featuring Colex-D technology. With the ability to tank-mix with glufosinate, farmers can make Enlist One a cornerstone of their weed control programs that feature multiple modes of action. Enlist One joins Enlist Duo herbicide, […]

Syngenta adds Dow’s Enlist to their portfolio

· August 7, 2017

Syngenta will now be able to offer growers more choice with greater trait and genetic diversity thanks to the addition of Enlist Events. Syngenta has entered into non-exclusive licensing agreements with Dow AgroSciences LLC and M.S. Technologies, L.L.C. for the Enlist E3 Event in soybeans in the United States, Canada, and Latin America, and the […]

Enlist corn approved for 2018 growing season

· June 14, 2017

It’s official Enlist corn will be commercially available in the United States for the 2018 growing season. Dow AgroSciences announced the launch today after the Ministry of Agriculture of the People’s Republic of China approved the import of grain produced from corn containing the Enlist trait. “We are very excited to bring the Enlist system […]

Dow AgroSciences: Multipronged strategy vital for weed control

· May 2, 2017

Controlling weeds is becoming increasingly difficult. Using multiple modes of action is vital to control current weed pressure while limiting the development of herbicide resistance that can cause heavier pressure in future years. To accomplish this, growers must make timely herbicide applications: A burndown or tillage to start with a clean field. This spring, although […]

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