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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.
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An agronomic photo showing sugarbeet seedlinegs.
An agronomic image of a sugarbeet.