Start strong - protect wheat from early-season pests and diseases


Choose the best
management practices
and products to maximize
plant establishment

Grow strong - protect wheat from weed pressure


Limit stress through weed,
insect and nutrient
management best practices
to enable plant growth

Yield strong - protect wheat from late-season insects and diseases


Protect yield potential
from late-season stress
and harvest losses to
yield strong

A delayed start to the season has the potential to cause added challenges for soybean growers. In many years, late planting can also mean wet planting, which causes obstacles for plant development and root growth. It's a combination...Read More
When corn kernels drop during harvest, often they can overwinter and emerge the following spring in soybean crop. The resulting unwanted plants, volunteer corn, have a damaging effect similar to...Read More
From giant ragweed in Minnesota to Palmer pigweed in Mississippi, the reality is that there are a number of herbicide-resistant weeds in fields throughout the U.S. Herbicide-resistant weed species can become a serious problem...Read More
An annual weed species in the pigweed family, waterhemp is capable of producing more than one million seeds per plant, and, in recent years, has emerged as a major threat to soybean...Read More