Young soybean plants.
With weeds being such a large threat to soybeans, it’s important to start managing them before they begin to grow. Weeds usually germinate with the soybean plant, which makes it difficult for the soybean plant to outgrow the weed. When weeds are present, they compete with your soybean plants for nutrients, which can ultimately lead to decreased yields.
In addition to using an effective herbicide program, planting treated seed can help promote a faster speed-to-canopy from the start. This will give your soybeans a fighting chance to absorb the necessary nutrients for growth before weeds have the opportunity to takeover.
CruiserMaxx® Vibrance® Beans seed treatment, a combination of separately registered products, contains 4 proven active ingredients. These active ingredients are engineered to help your soybeans establish a strong defense system from root to leaf in their critical early-growth stages. CruiserMaxx Vibrance Beans is boosted with the Cruiser® Vigor Effect and the unique RootingPower of Vibrance fungicide to help increase soybean plant speed-to-canopy.
Check out the video below to see the RootingPower of Vibrance on soybeans and to understand why a faster speed-to-canopy is crucial when managing weeds.
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