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ENLIST DEMAND: The Golden Harvest seed brand anticipates a large demand for Enlist E3 soybeans for 2021.

Golden Harvest loads up on Enlist E3 soybean seed

The seed brand plans to have a large supply of Enlist E3 soybean seed available for 2021.

Golden Harvest will have a large supply of Enlist E3 soybean seed for 2021, according to Stephanie Porter, Golden Harvest soybean product manager.

Enlist E3 soybeans have tolerance to 2,4-D choline, glyphosate and glufosinate.

"As we go into next season, we know farmers are concerned about the availability of non-dicamba herbicide options," Porter says. "Having a strong supply of Enlist E3 soybeans for 2021 allows us to provide farmers with more choices and the flexibility to employ multiple herbicide sites of action for effective weed control."

Golden Harvest has added 22 new soybean varieties to its lineup for 2021 They range in relative maturity from 0.05 to 5.1 and provide advanced trait technology for maximum soybean yield potential.

Fourteen varieties include the Enlist E3 trait technology with three modes of action.

Three offer Sulfonyl-Urea Tolerant Soybeans (STS) herbicide tolerance and may increase tolerance to ALS-inhibitors, which allows for higher application rates on select herbicides.

Six include Roundup Ready 2 Xtend trait technology.

Two include LibertyLink GT27 trait technology.

"We recommend farmers implement an integrated approach to weed management that includes starting strong by using a preemergent herbicide, such as BroadAxe XC or Boundary 6.5 EC, and then follow up with an early post-emergent herbicide application, such as Sequence plus Enlist One," says Bobby Bachman, herbicide product marketing lead for Syngenta. "This approach allows the crop the ability to maximize yield potential, while also utilizing the trait technology to fight back against tough to manage weeds."

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