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Preemergence Herbicides from FMC Boost Early Season Plant Health in Corn and Soybeans and Help Optimize Yields for 2010
Date:3/9/2010

As planting season approaches, applying a preemergence herbicide gives corn and soybean growers the opportunity to produce higher yields and stronger crops in 2010. Without early season weed competition for light, nutrients and space, plants have less pressure and improved yield potential.

Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) March 9, 2010 -- As planting season approaches, applying a preemergence herbicide gives corn and soybean growers the opportunity to produce higher yields and stronger crops in 2010. Without early season weed competition for light, nutrients and space, plants have less pressure and improved yield potential.

According to Bob Hooten, FMC technical service manager, moisture and nutrient loss in the soil can have a profound impact on plant health, decreasing overall yields and potential profits. The key for growers is to eliminate competition for soil moisture and natural nutrients by ridding fields of problem weeds before it is too late.

“The primary reason for using a preemergence herbicide is to save moisture and nutrients in your crops,” Hooten says. “Overall, evaporation and weeds cause significant moisture loss, which is the most critical piece in terms of yield loss and overall profits.”

One major area of portfolio expansion for FMC has been in preemergence herbicides. These products help growers knock down weeds before planting or plant emergence, eliminating major competition for nutrients and sunlight for the young crop. For effective weed control in soybeans, FMC offers the Authority® portfolio of products and Rage® D-Tech herbicide to allow growers to choose the best produc
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