Many farmers have utilized Enlist® herbicides with Colex-D® technology on their Enlist E3® soybean and PhytoGen® Enlist® cotton acres this season, and industry demand for Enlist E3 soybeans continues to grow. Some questions have been raised about leaf malformation (often referred to as “leaf cupping”) on Enlist E3 soybeans in some fields. This advisory statement reviews the testing record for the Enlist E3 soybean trait and provides resources for help in identifying symptomology that may be seen on Enlist E3 soybeans, soybeans from other trait platforms or conventional soybeans.
Successful use of Enlist® herbicides begins with proper application. Below are three things to keep in mind before applying Enlist herbicides.
The application window for an Enlist® herbicide offers opportunities for tank-mixes with other qualified products, such as other herbicides, insecticides, fungicides, micronutrients and adjuvants.
“Selecting a solid broad-spectrum residual to add in your Enlist weed control program is an excellent decision,” said AgVenture Soybean Product Manager Jeff Shaner. “There are many products out there that will kill weeds, but they do not all behave the same.”
Enlist® corn gives you the most advanced herbicide-tolerant trait technology on the market—enabling exceptional weed control with flexible options. The Enlist corn trait will be stacked with next-generation corn rootworm trait technology (when commercially available) to form Vorceed™ Enlist® corn, providing above- and below-ground insect protection, and PowerCore® Enlist® corn technology, providing above-ground insect protection, with both structured refuge and integrated Refuge Advanced® options.