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  • Grow More Wheat With Early-season Weed Control

    When weeds compete, wheat yields suffer. Early-season competition from weeds like kochia, wild oat, marestail and Russian thistle reduces moisture and nutrient uptake, limiting grain fill, while late-season pressure offers its own set of unique pitfalls: Heavy infestations of weeds at harvest can slow or even stop combines in their tracks Depending on the species, weeds that go to seed deposit anywhere from a few hundred to one million seeds per plant into the seed…



This agronomic photo shows a kochia weed.
An agronomic photo showing wheat diseases.
Agronomic image of stripe rust in wheat fields
Agronomic image of wheat fields and herbicide resistance
Agronomic image of herbicide resistance in wheat fields