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Nebraska farmer sees Enlist weed control program as future option for difficult weeds

Fourth-generation corn and soybean farmer Mark Jagels explains the benefits that he envisions from Enlist weed control program from Dow AgroSciences. Jagels says the problem weeds on his family farm in Nebraska include pigweed, waterhemp and marestail. In addition to the weed control benefits of the Enlist program, Jagels also notes that the will program help him to keep sustainability and environmentally conscious practices a priority on his farm.

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