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CLEAN FIELDS: A new herbicide from Corteva Agriscience will be available to control weeds in wheat in 2021.

Corteva Agriscience’s new herbicide greenlit for wheat

Dakota Digest: Corteva’s WideARmatch has been approved for use in wheat for 2021.

Corteva Agriscience’s WideARmatch has received a label in wheat for 2021. It contains Arylex active and a higher load of fluroxypyr than WideMatch. WideARmatch is labeled for control of 66 broadleaf weeds including including kochia, marestail, lambsquarters and pigweed.

The herbicide has two unique sites of action and is tank mix compatible with many common herbicides for additional grass and broadleaf weed control. It can be applied from the two-leaf stage of development through flag leaf emergence.

“WideARmatch will give wheat growers a new option, extending the spectrum of broadleaf control in an all-in-one low-use-rate premix formulation. This low use rate equates to less trips across the field, saving farmers time and money,” says Brooklynne Dalton, cereals herbicide product manager, Corteva Agriscience.

First BeanCon set for March 2-4

The U.S. Dry Bean Council will hold its first global conference focused entirely on dry beans.

BeanCon21 will bring together dry bean buyers and stakeholders from all over the world March 2-4, 2021 in Las Vegas.

Participants at the event will hear from U.S. growers, global influencers, food service experts, corporate leaders, government officials and more. Learn more at BeanCon21.com.

Soybean yield contest deadline approaches

The deadline for entering the South Dakota Soybean Yield contest is Aug. 31. Harvest report forms are due on Nov. 1.

There are three classes of competition: Master (if you have had entry of a 100 bushel per acre or more in the contest before); Main (for adults who haven’t had entry of 100 bushels per acre or more before); and Youth.

There are several categories based on soybean maturities, whether it was irrigated or dryland, and no-till. First place in the Master class and each category wins $500; second place, $250; and third place, $100.

First place in the Youth class and its categories wins $200. Learn more at sdsoybean.org/yieldcontest.

Sources: Corteva Agriscience, South Dakota Soybean and U.S. Dry Bean Council, which are solely responsible for the information provided and is wholly owned by the source. Informa Business Media and all its subsidiaries are not responsible for any of the content contained in this information asset.
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