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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

t to fit their specific needs and cultural practices.
 
  • Authority® Assist herbicide – In addition to controlling key broadleaf weeds, it offers the convenience of added grass control. With multiple modes of action, Authority Assist helps combat growing weed resistance issues, a great concern in the industry.
  • Authority® First DF herbicide – This fast-acting herbicide provides growers with a clean start and a resistance management tool to combat glyphosate-resistant broadleaf weeds.
  • Authority® MTZ herbicide – Applied in the spring, it will control early-season weed flushes to reduce competition and allow for timely glyphosate applications to control emerged weeds.
  • Rage® D-Tech herbicide – Labeled for use on both corn and soybean fields, this herbicide helps growers get faster, broad-spectrum control of weeds at an economical price.
According to research conducted by Dr. Bryan Young, professor at Southern Illinois University-Carbondale, if a grower waits too long to apply herbicide in the spring, it can have a significant, negative impact on yield.

Young’s university research indicates that weeds can grow 1-inch per day. Vigorous weed growth means more competition for soybean seedlings, which compromises yield. At this rate, yield losses can reach 6 bushels per acre when waiting until the weeds are 4-8 inches tall. That means in a 1,000 acre soybean operation, 6,000 bushels could be lost to weeds, costing the grower $54,000 when soybean prices are $9 per bushel.

FMC Corporation has the solutions growers need to help meet changing market demands
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