Farmers across the country are seeing firsthand the benefits of the Enlist™ weed control system. They’re managing herbicide-resistant weeds that have been a challenge in recent years.
In the South, farmers are growing PhytoGen® cottonseed with the Enlist trait, as well as raising Enlist E3™ soybeans for seed production. In the Midwest, farmers also are raising Enlist E3 soybeans for seed production or in a closed-loop system as part of a collaboration between Corteva Agriscience™, Agriculture Division of DowDuPont, and ADM. This year also marks the first year that Enlist corn is commercially available.
Learn from farmers and industry experts as they report on how Enlist crops are performing in on-farm settings across the Corn Belt and Cotton Belt. This year, more participants are sharing their stories and providing information that can help you understand the benefits and work with customers to get the most of the Enlist technology, including Enlist herbicides.
Here’s a sampling from Experiencing Enlist:
“Enlist One herbicide allowed us to tank-mix a residual to provide better control of waterhemp,” says Shane Baxter, a Missouri farmer growing Enlist E3 soybeans for seed production.
“The control Enlist Duo provided was phenomenal,” says Luke Liechty, an Indiana farmer who also is growing Enlist E3 soybeans. “I didn’t see drift or volatility when applying Enlist Duo.”
“You always want multiple modes of action in a field every year,” says Steve Snyder, herbicide trait field specialist. “I suggest three to four modes of action per crop per year.”
Visit Enlist.com/ExperiencingEnlist or join the conversation on Twitter using #ExperiencingEnlist for more personal stories. You also can access Enlist.com or our YouTube page for additional information on the Enlist™ system.