#Classic17 Sees Big Things for Credenz Soybeans

Kelly Marshall

Monty Malone was in San Antonio for Commodity Classic to talk to growers about the latest in Credenz soybeans. Last year more than 500 trials in 6 states showed that, when compared head-to-head, Credenz LibertyLink soybeans offered a 2.2 bu/A yield advantage over Asgrow Roundup Ready 2 Xtend beans. Next year the company is going even bigger with 10 new varieties of smart genetics soybeans, and 2018 promising even more.

The new portfolio will offer a good mix of characteristics and traits, Malone explains.

“We very aggressively want to keep as broad as possible mix of trait within our portfolio, so we encourage growers to rotate those herbicide traits where they can sustain that tool on their farm. If they go wall-to-wall with their production system and don’t have any rotation then they will eventually loose that tool.”

To learn more listen to Cindy’s full interview with Malone here: Interview with Monty Malone, Bayer

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