Farmers can be confident in the performance of XtendiMax® herbicide with VaporGrip® Technology, a restricted use pesticide, when applied following label directions. Watch to learn more about a recent XtendiMax herbicide volatility field
trial utilizing hoop houses in Arizona.
The Roundup Ready Xtend Crop System provides farmers and applicators flexibility and advanced weed control. Choose results. Choose the Roundup Ready Xtend Crop System.
Learn more about XtendiMax® herbicide with VaporGrip® Technology application requirements to help maximize weed control.
Explore label highlights for XtendiMax® herbicide with VaporGrip® Technology for the 2021 season and beyond.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) label for XtendiMax herbicide requires additional protection measures in counties with endangered species. See if your county is one of them.
Learn more about this spray tank additive and the volatility-reducing results seen by Bayer and top U.S. weed scientists.
Record keeping is required for applications of XtendiMax herbicide. Download our record-keeping form below.
Arkansas Farmers - Please use our Arkansas Record-Keeping Form
Read more about the Roundup Ready Xtend Crop System's benefits, label requirements, keeping pesticides on-target and weed management recommendations.
Read more about D-Act® Spray System Cleaner and how it works, why it's important and how you can order.
In this trial, researchers explore how, when used with a pre-emergence, an early application of herbicide can impact weed control. Read the full study and its findings below.
This longitudinal study investigates how soybean planting dates and conditions influence yield potential. Read the study’s details and key takeaways below.
Sudden death syndrome-tolerant seed treatments can maximize and protect your yield potential. This study explores how seed treatments benefit a system-based approach to sudden death syndrome management.
Environmental conditions may push back your soybean planting date. Shifting tactics around seeding rate, row spacing and more is necessary for optimal yield potential.
As fast-emerging weeds grow in, it’s important to know the ins and outs of late burndown herbicide application. This article answers frequently asked questions about late burndown practices.
Backed by 25+ years of innovation, XtendFlex® soybeans stand up to the test in farmer-managed trials.
Discover how early planting has been shown to increase yield potential in the latest field studies.
Excessive moisture at planting time can be a challenge for obtaining a consistent soybean stand. See how seeding rates can help.
Get the latest info on how planting rate and fungicide application interact to affect soybean yield and disease management.
Selecting the right genetics for your growing conditions is one of the best ways to combat iron deficiency chlorosis in your fields.
Adjuvants help improve coverage, herbicide penetration and more. Find out which types are used for a variety of weed control conditions.
Increase efficiency, maintain harvested seed quality and reduce weed foliage. Here are some of the benefits of harvest aid products.
Successful application starts with an understanding of product labels and uses. These tips will help guide you.
Learn how postharvest application can help you start fresh with cleaner fields for the spring planting season.
Learn how XtendFlex Soybeans offer farmers greater
flexibility on tough-to-control weeds, while providing sound
agronomics and yield potential.
It’s important to understand herbicide carryover and crop
rotation to prevent potential injury to crops like soybeans. Take a
look at some of the factors to consider.
See the impact the Fenton reaction has when used as a part of the triple-rinse tank clean-out process on a sprayer system.
Weed control is critical for high yielding soybeans. In this video, Carl Coburn, Weed Management TDR, discusses the value of a strong residual herbicide program and his weed control research.
Learn more about annual dicamba training with Weed Control and Chemistry Stewardship Manager Mark Groth.
Listen as Rob Nixon reviews the 2020 label changes for XtendiMax® herbicide with VaporGrip® Technology, a restricted use pesticide.
Listen to Technology Development Representative Justin Pollard explain why a clean start is critical to your weed management strategy.
Learn more about the free online tools from the Roundup Ready® Xtend Crop System to help you this spraying season.
Hear Technology Development Representative Randy Mcelroy discuss overlapping residuals for pre-emergence and post-emergence weed control.
Curious about training? Hear the takeaways farmers had from an annual training session in Chillicothe, Missouri. Learn more!
Dive into the dicamba training session in Nappanee, Indiana. Hear the takeaways these farmers had.
Hear from these farmers on how the Roundup Ready Xtend Crop System is working for them and how the training will benefit their operations.
See our non-dicamba herbicide recommendations when planting Roundup Ready 2 Xtend® soybeans.
See our non-dicamba herbicide recommendations when planting XtendFlex® soybeans.
Watch how XtendiMax® herbicide with VaporGrip® Technology, a restricted use pesticide, stacks up against Enlist One® herbicide with Colex-D® technology in a 14-day test field trial
For crop production to be profitable, effective weed control is a must. Learn to identify and control common weeds with this article.
Glyphosate-resistant weeds like pigweed and Palmer amaranth are on the rise. Learn about the threat these weeds pose and how to control them.
Palmer amaranth, also infamously called Palmer pigweed, is well-known for its aggressive growth and can often seem overwhelming to farmers.
Kochia is one of the earliest summer annual broadleaf weeds that germinates in the spring — and it continues to germinate throughout the growing season.
Marestail, also known as horseweed, can follow a winter or summer lifecycle and grows rapidly — and once this troublesome weed grows above 5 inches, it can be difficult to control with herbicides alone.
Waterhemp is a notorious member of the pigweed family, known for its tough-to-manage resilience and ability to develop resistance.
Giant ragweed is a fierce competitor — as one of the tallest annual weeds, it is extremely competitive for light and very difficult to control in many broadleaf crops.
Lambsquarters is one of the first summer annuals to emerge in the spring, with approximately 25% of the plants emerging prior to any spring tillage or burndown herbicide application.
Velvetleaf is an erect summer annual that is now a problematic pest of row crops due to its highly competitive nature and allelopathic properties.
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