Farmer Benefit: Two Unique Modes of Action
      Through Third Generation of Soy Weed Control
                            ...
Delivering Increased Yields in Soybeans
                       Roundup RReady2Yield™ Soybeans
                       Lead ...
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monsanto 07-12-06h

  1. 1. Farmer Benefit: Two Unique Modes of Action Through Third Generation of Soy Weed Control Dicamba-Tolerant Soybeans Dicamba herbicide: Genomics DICAMBA TOLERANT economical and doesn’t persist in soil Conventional Breeding Tolerance demonstrated Molecular at both pre-emergence NON TRANSGENIC Breeding and post-emergence application timing Post emergent application of 1.5 lb/a Biotechnology Effective against most broadleaf weeds, no dicot crop specificity Will add Roundup® agricultural herbicide application flexibility with Roundup Ready® stacks No injury from Pre(1.5 lb/a) and POST-V3(1.5 lb/a) application of dicamba Discovery Phase 1 Phase 3 Phase 4 Phase 2 Launch Proof of Concept Adv. Development Pre-Launch Pre- Early Development 1
  2. 2. Delivering Increased Yields in Soybeans Roundup RReady2Yield™ Soybeans Lead event confirmed in Genomics Compared with Roundup Ready® April of 2005 soybeans, this New Technology Trait integration efforts Conventional is expected to deliver better yield Breeding started due to: Molecular Implementation of marker Breeding assisted selection Target Conventional and Biotechnology +5 bu Molecular Breeding New Event Yield estimates based on average yields of 64 bu/a obtained in 2004. Lower yielding environments may not see the same level of yield increase. Discovery Phase 1 Phase 3 Phase 4 Phase 2 Launch Proof of Concept Adv. Development Pre-Launch Pre- Early Development 2
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