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Growers Choose the Bayer CropScience LibertyLinkSystem for Yield and Performance
Date:12/5/2012

Research Triangle Park, NC (PRWEB) December 05, 2012

Three years’ worth of data gleaned from growers of LibertyLink® soybeans tell Bayer CropScience that LibertyLink acres can be expected to expand based on positive grower experiences and competitive yields. The data, which was collected from 2010 to 2012 by Beck Ag, included information about the application rates, weather conditions, weed control and yields of approximately 900 soybean growers in the Midwest and Southern U.S.

“The majority of growers in both the Midwest and the South reported that their LibertyLink beans yielded better than or equal to farm averages, according to the survey,” said Diego Angelo, U.S. director of soybean operations for Bayer CropScience. “We were especially pleased that even in drought-stricken areas, many LibertyLink growers commented on how well their beans performed compared to other systems.” In 2012, survey results showed 70 percent of growers saw yields as good as or better than on-farm averages.

One of those growers was Bryan Curry who farms near Olmsted, Illinois, in the southern part of the state. Curry and his dad planted 100 percent LibertyLink beans in 2012, having seen LibertyLink outyield Roundup Ready® soybeans on their farm the previous year. “We only got about three inches of rain between April and August this year, and we had to replant some beans due to the severe conditions,” said Curry. “Despite the setback, our LibertyLink beans averaged really well this year.”

Curry added that

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