ENLIST E3®gives growers the ability to control weeds with up to three unique herbicide modes of action. The Enlist E3 soybean event includes, for the first time, three herbicide tolerance genes stacked together as part of a single genetic event in the soybean genome. Enlist E3 soybeans confer tolerance to a new 2,4-D choline, glyphosate and glufosinate. Enlist Duo® herbicide is a proprietary blend of new 2,4-D choline (featuring Colex-D® Technology) and glyphosate that will offer growers minimized potential for drift and near-zero volatility. Because of its molecular construction, the Enlist E3 trait delivers herbicide-tolerant trait technology in superior soybean varieties to the farm, faster. Enlist E3 is setting a new standard for yield performance and weed control in soybeans.
LibertyLink® GT27® soybeans offer all the power of glyphosate tolerant technology, supercharged with enhanced weed control and cutting-edge yield.
XtendFlex® soybeans have received full approval for planting in the United States but are pending approval in certain export markets. For 2020, XtendFlex® soybeans were available as part of a stewarded introduction only to growers who signed a 2020 XtendFlex® Stewardship Agreement and agreed to follow the stewardship requirements. Commercial availability in 2021 is dependent upon regulatory approval. No dicamba may be used in-crop with seed in the Roundup Ready® Xtend Crop System unless and until approved or specifically permitted by the U.S. EPA and the appropriate state agency for such use. As of July 7, 2020, no dicamba formulations are currently registered by the U.S. EPA for in-crop use with seed in the Roundup Ready® Xtend Crop System in the 2021 season.*
Roundup Ready 2 Xtend®
No dicamba may be used in-crop with seed in the Roundup Ready® Xtend Crop System unless and until approved by the U.S. EPA and the appropriate state agency for such use. As of 7/7/2020, no dicamba formulations are currently registered by the U.S. EPA for in-crop use with seed in the Roundup Ready® Xtend Crop System in the 2021 season.*
Conventional corn seed is bred from the latest genetics for improvements to yield and agronomic performance without genetic engineering for the addition of pest and disease resistance traits.