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Start strong with the right variety for your field, and use a high-performance seed treatment to protect your seed.

Limit weed and insect pressure through our effective herbicide and insecticide offerings to ensure that your plants continue to grow strong.

Effectively optimize water for higher yield

Water is one of the earth's most precious resources; without it, nothing can survive. Your soybeans' seed size, and ultimately yield, depends on water. As you face gaps in rainfall and water limitations, producing high yields can...Read More

Win the fight against herbicide resistance

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

Wipeout waterhemp before it rears its ugly head

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

Volunteer corn: The weed in disguise

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

Running down the clock with post-emergence timing flexibility

Many weeds overwinter in soils, giving them a clear advantage in the spring when soybean growers plant their fields. All it takes for weeds to germinate is a spurt of mild weather and some rain...Read More

Don’t let Palmer amaranth strangle your harvesting efforts

Among the most problematic weeds for you, Palmer amaranth, or pigweed, is just one in a group of plants in the amaranth family, made up of nearly 75 species. As small-seeded, annual...Read More

Morningglory control: Don’t be fooled by the bright flowers

Morningglory species' bright flowers make them a favorite among some gardening enthusiasts, but you may not hold them in the same regard. These weeds may decrease soybean...Read More

Master your marestail problem before it matures

Marestail, or horseweed, an annual weed that affects both no-tillage and tilled fields, emerges from late March through June, and again in late summer through fall.Read More

Get the common lambsquarters control your soybean fields need

Common lambsquarters is one of the most problematic weeds affecting soybeans in the Midwest. It is one of the first summer annuals to emerge in the spring and can be present...Read More

Chaotic kochia continues to cut soybean yields

Kochia is now part of the growing trend of glyphosate-resistant broadleaf weeds in soybeans. Known colloquially as tumbleweed, this weed has the potential to cut yields and profits...Read More

It’s a matter of timing with herbicide application

An effective weed control program relies heavily on well-timed herbicide applications, along with the use of sound cultural practices. According to the North Carolina Cooperative Extension...Read More

Start the season with peace of mind

Weed control is a critical component of successful crop production, as weeds can reduce yields and lead to decreased profits for growers. Common ragweed, waterhemp, Palmer amaranth and other problem weeds...Read More

End the overwintering cycle of common ragweed

As most soybean producers will attest, ragweed acts as an annual nuisance. Its resistance capability against herbicides and its ability to prosper in infertile soils cause a recurring...Read More

Protect against yield-robbing insects and diseases late in the season with our fungicides and insecticides to help your crop yield strong.