Bayer launches its first soybean seed to address resistant weeds

Wehrspann, Jodie
June 2014
Farm Industry News Exclusive Insight;6/20/2014, p1
The article reports on the launch of Credenz, the first branded soybean from German chemical and pharmaceutical company Bayer CropScience that is expected to address resistant weeds, in the U.S. in June 2014. Topics discussed include the announcement of the product at the company's headquarters at Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, the soybean's tolerance to both Liberty and glyphosate herbicides and the availability of Credenz for planting in southern states in 2015.


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