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Weed Control Deja Vu
The market for herbicides with new chemistry is nearly stagnant, a result of several factors, says Tom Bauman, Purdue
Improved Soybean Weed Control
If you can't beat them, join them. That seems to be the motto of many chemical companies since the advent of
Newest Herbicides Provide Flexibility
Chemical companies continue to dust off proven products, give them new names and improve safety. Yet a number of
Glyphosates Again Lead The Pack
As with corn herbicides for the coming growing season, chemical companies are offering various glyphosate formulations
2005 Herbicide Update
Companies vying for the glyphosate market are offering several products for the 2005 growing season. Monsanto, for
Weed Killers With Wallop
As planting season nears, once again there's no new chemistry in the crop protection pipeline. Crop protection
Making The Most Of Corn Herbicides
Since ever-successful glyphosate hit the herbicide scene, crop protection companies have had to become more and more
A Nose For Ag News
Although is no longer part of Kent Thiesse's job title, he continues to inform farmers and the ag industry on a variety
New Northern Varieties
Roundup Ready soybean varieties, many with new sources of SCN resistance, make up the majority of growers' newest
New Southern Varieties
Roundup Ready soybean varieties, many with new sources of SCN resistance, make up the majority of growers' newest
Low Protein Loses Markets
Soybean producers north of I-80 (Des Moines, IA) may want to re-evaluate just how they are selecting varieties. Basing
The New Soybean Herbicides
With all the Roundup Ready technology, it's not surprising that the soybean herbicides for the coming planting season
2003's Corn Herbicides
Five crop protection companies are launching new herbicides for the 2003 planting season. Here's a rundown of what's
Check Out New Soybean Varieties
With the exception of a handful of food-grade/conventional soybeans, Roundup Ready varieties top the list of new
New Southern Varieties
As with our Northern varieties (see page 14), the majority of new players in the Southern soybean market are Roundup

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