This article was originally published July 24, 2018, in Successful Farming. The Enlist™ weed-control system that features tolerance to 2,4-D choline is a go for cotton. Ditto for corn. Soybeans? Well, all is a go for a widespread commercial U.S. launch except for a familiar sticking point that caused the system that includes tolerance to 2,4-D not to widely commercially debut in 2018. “We continue to seek import approval from China,” says Shawna Hubbard, product marketing manager with Corteva AgriScience™, agriculture division of DowDuPont. Once approved, it’s a go. In the meantime, Corteva AgriScience is concentrating on stewardship of [...]
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