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New HBK LibertyLink Varieties from Bayer CropScience Help Southern Soybean Growers Combat Weed Resistance
Date:2/25/2013

ng weeds,” Hornbeck said. “Our new HBK LibertyLink varieties have been field-tested to be highly effective in southern regions, including those overrun with glyphosate-resistant weeds.“

HBK LL4650 is a mid Group IV variety with high yield potential in the Mid-South and Mid-Atlantic regions. It has a strong disease package, particularly against soybean cyst nematode (SCN), sudden death syndrome (SDS) and frogeye leaf spot.

HBK LL4850 is a late Group IV variety with outstanding yield capability for the Mid-South and Mid-Atlantic regions. This LibertyLink variety is a good option for wet soils with phytophthora root rot (PRR) problems.

HBK LL4950 is a late Group IV variety bred for planting across all southern regions. This LibertyLink variety emerges quickly and provides solid SCN and SDS protection. Field trials the past two years indicated HBK LL4950 has the strongest yields of any late Group IV variety.

HBK LL5450 is a mid Group V variety and a top yield contender in the Mid-South, Mid-Atlantic and Southeast. HBK LL5450 is a good protector against SCN and PRR.

HBK LibertyLink soybeans are part of the 2013 LibertyLink LinkUp™ Offer, included in the Bayer CropScience Innovation Plus™ program. Growers who purchase a minimum of 50 acres (based on a seeding rate of 1 acre/unit of soybean seed) of LibertyLink soybean seed will receive a cash-equivalent reward of $5/unit from Bayer CropScience. Seed orders for the 2013 growing season placed between Sept. 1, 2012, and May 1, 2013, are included in the offer.

“This program ensures LibertyLink soybeans, including the HBK LibertyLink varieties, remain a viable and competitive alternative to other herbicide-tolerant technologies in the marketplace,” said Hornbeck.

Bayer CropScience encourages growers to work with their retailer to forecast Liberty herbi
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