Keep fields clean to produce more bushels

When choosing inputs, farmers need to feel confident they are making a decision that will result in maximum ROI at the end of the season. While unsteady commodity prices may tempt your customers to lower their weed control investment, allowing soybeans to compete with weeds throughout the season will steal dollars at harvest.

“We need to make sure we’re doing everything we can to produce bushels,” says Jeff Moon, market development specialist, Dow AgroSciences. “Starting with a sound herbicide program is one of those things that’s going to help us do that.”

Soybean farmers can start with Sonic® herbicide in spring to protect their yield potential in fall. Sonic can be applied preemergence up to three days postplant for long-lasting residual control to prevent broadleaf weeds from invading soybean fields.

Watch this video for tips on how your customers can maximize their return on investment this spring. Plus, visit for weekly articles and agronomic videos to help your customers battle their toughest weeds this season.

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