2013 LibertyLink Cotton Trait Pipeline Part 1
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LibertyLink® cotton varieties enable growers to rotate nonselective herbicides on a farm basis. LibertyLink® crops have built-in tolerance to Liberty® herbicide, delivering nonselective ...

LibertyLink® cotton varieties enable growers to rotate nonselective herbicides on a farm basis. LibertyLink® crops have built-in tolerance to Liberty® herbicide, delivering nonselective postemergence control of broadleaf weeds and grasses, including weeds resistant to glyphosate and multiple herbicide classes.

Learn more at:
http://www.bayercropscience.us/products/traits/libertylink/
http://www.bayercropscience.us/products/herbicides/liberty/

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    2013 LibertyLink Cotton Trait Pipeline Part 1 2013 LibertyLink Cotton Trait Pipeline Part 1 Presentation Transcript

    • Cotton Trait Pipeline
    • Innovation is Essential for Agriculture To safeguard and increase yields from constant land area  Better resource management (targeted use of crop protection, irrigation technology, fertilizers and resistance management)  Increase yields through innovative technologies (hybridization, plant biotechnology) Limited arable land coupled with rising demand To expand agricultural product in marginal areas  New crops with greater tolerance to drought and extreme temperatures To increase tolerance of plants to climatic variability  Develop new varieties using state-of-the-art technologies  Research and innovation are thenutrient uptake Improve plant health and key to mastering the challenges of agriculture Climate change
    • Cotton Market Challenges and Opportunities On-Farm Challenges Promising Approaches       Glyphosate-resistant weeds Other herbicide-resistant weeds Insect resistance management Nematode management Disease management Yield improvement and stability     Nitrogen utilization Yield Drought tolerance Other abiotic stresses  Next generation chemistry  Complementary technologies (e.g., seed treatments)  Novel agronomic traits (GM and non-GM)  Novel plant health research
    • Cotton Trait Growth Opportunities Stress Tolerance  Drought tolerance  Water-use efficiency  Sap-sucking insect control  Nematode control  Disease resistance  Lepidopteran control Yield Increase  Harvest index  Nitrogen-use efficiency  Hybridization system Fiber Quality  Length, strength, micronaire  Length uniformity  Bioengineered fibers
    • Cotton Trait Pipeline Through 2016