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LibertyLink Liberty Integrated Pest Management_2013 Seed Trait Technology Manual Part 5

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LibertyLink cotton is equipped with LiberyLink trait that provides effective weed management and enables nonselective herbicide rotation. With GLyToL LibertyLink technology in cotton, it brings the ability for growers to make applications of either Liberty Herbicide or glyphosate. TwinLink paired with LibertyLink offers two-gene protection against worm pests.

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LibertyLink Liberty Integrated Pest Management_2013 Seed Trait Technology Manual Part 5

  1. 1. g ly to l • L I B E R TYL I N K • t w in l ink tr a it s in C OTTO N THE GLYTOL TRAIT IN COTTON • iberty has a unique mode of action (Group L 10) that offers a nonselective alternative for INSEED™ TRAIT IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM As the first season-long glyphosate-tolerant Integrated Weed Management plans. The InSeed™ trait identification system consists of the alternative to Roundup Ready Flex®, GlyTol provides cotton farmers the option to choose following traits, easily identified on bags appropriate for THE GLYTOL LIBERTYLINK TRAIT each unique need. any brand of glyphosate labeled for use on cotton, allowing them greater flexibility in their STACK IN COTTON HERBICIDE TOLERANCE weed management decisions. GlyTol glyphosate- GlyTol LibertyLink (GL) technology in cotton brings tolerant technology gives growers a competitive This icon illustrates herbicide tolerance and indicates an industry first—the ability for growers to make edge with a wide window of application and which herbicides can be used. LibertyLink indicates that over-the-top applications of either glyphosate or the herbicide Liberty can be applied to cotton. GlyTol additional trait combinations. Liberty herbicide with full commercial tolerance indicates that glyphosate herbicides can be sprayed. Extensive laboratory, greenhouse and field trials across to both herbicides. This innovation provides When LibertyLink and GlyTol are indicated, it means that the Cotton Belt have been conducted to evaluate even greater flexibility in weed management and both Liberty and glyphosate herbicides can be used in a crop tolerance and agronomic characteristics of management of glyphosate-resistant weeds. program, conferring a double herbicide-tolerant property cotton containing GlyTol technology including GL-traited cotton also protects against the to cotton. germination, emergence, plant growth, vigor, yield, potential for damage due to off-target movement harvestability and fiber quality. of glyphosate or Liberty from nearby fields. INSECT RESISTANCE Research and development activities have shown This icon illustrates insect resistance. TwinLink is a new that GlyTol technology offers: TWINLINK* TRAIT STACK IN COTTON Bayer CropScience insect resistance product providing TwinLink technology offers two-gene Bt (Bacillus two-gene insect-resistant protection against Lepidopteran • roven crop safety to various glyphosate P pests (budworm/bollworm complex). In the future, other thuringiensis) protection against worm pests plus formulations with no impact on yield, quality pests (aphids, Lygus, etc.) will be controlled by new traits. LibertyLink technology that gives full tolerance to or plant height. Liberty herbicide. TwinLink is stacked with GlyTol to • wide application window for over-the-top A HERBICIDE TOLERANCE/INSECT RESISTANCE provide double-herbicide tolerance to Liberty and applications of glyphosate. glyphosate for effective crop and insect resistance The insect resistance icon paired with the herbicide tolerance icon indicates that this cottonseed has both • roduction efficiency and flexibility to allow P management. TwinLink cotton contains two properties. GlyTol and LibertyLink stacked with TwinLink growers to make the right decisions for their farm. Bayer CropScience proprietary Bt genes that provides two-gene insect-resistant protection and double encode production of insecticidal proteins, herbicide tolerance. THE LIBERTYLINK TRAIT IN COTTON Cry1Ab and Cry2Ae. This two-gene insect • sing Liberty herbicide on cotton varieties U protection system provides season-long protection with the LibertyLink trait provides effective from important leaf- and fruit-feeding Lepidopteran weed management and enables nonselective pests. TwinLink facilitates better insect management herbicide rotation. in your cotton crop by controlling key pests, including tobacco budworm, pink bollworm and • iberty is a nonselective contact herbicide L bollworm. TwinLink also controls beet armyworm, that provides postemergence control of fall armyworm, cabbage looper, soybean looper and broadleaf and grass weeds in LibertyLink other occasional and secondary leaf- or fruit-feeding cotton, including weeds resistant to caterpillar pests of cotton. Insecticide applications glyphosate and other herbicide classes. to manage caterpillar pests are significantly • s part of a LibertyLink cotton system, Liberty A reduced with TwinLink. Cotton stacked with GlyTol, provides fast control of weeds within days vs. LibertyLink and TwinLink will be a powerful weed weeks, minimizing competition with early and insect management tool for growers. season weeds and maximizing potential for high yield and quality. *t is anticipated that the first varieties with TwinLink will be available in both FiberMax and Stoneville brands in the United States beginning in 2014, I27 pending international import approvals. 28
  2. 2. g ly to l • L I B E R TYL I N K • t w in l ink tr a it s in C OTTO N THE future is filling up Download the Variety Selector Tool™ from there or 1. Start Clean. Start with a clean, weed-free 5. aximum Seasonal Use: Up to 72 fl oz/A or M get it as an app on your smart phone. field by using an effective burndown application 87 fl oz/A of Liberty can be applied on cotton Keep an eye on our pipeline—this is only the • ontact your local seed dealer/distributor or C or conventional tillage. per growing season. See Liberty label for beginning. The InSeed trait identification system Bayer CropScience representative about where 2. Stay Clean. Use an Overlapping Residual Weed guidelines on maximum seasonal use rates. will continue to grow, because Bayer CropScience is committed to bringing the latest innovations in to find the latest varieties available. Control Program. Be aggressive with early 6. Additional Use Directions: cotton to growers each and every day. InSeed is season weed management to avoid yield loss COMPLIANCE MONITORING PROGRAM a. iberty and glyphosate tankmixes are L just the latest step in a process that starts in our and weed escapes. Residual herbicides applied antagonistic and may reduce overall weed pipeline and ends with quality products. The U.S. EPA requires Bayer CropScience to at burndown, pre-emergence and/or tankmixed control. Therefore, tankmixes of these two take corrective action in response to a finding in the first post application help ensure optimal products are NOT recommended. Where To Find Cotton Varieties of noncompliance by growers to the refuge weed management, particularly if environmental With GlyTol, LibertyLink and requirements of GlyTol LibertyLink TwinLink conditions delay timely post applications. b. o NOT apply glyphosate within seven days D TwinLink Traits cotton. Bayer CropScience or an approved agent Consider expected weed species and following a Liberty application or reduced of Bayer CropScience is required to monitor populations as well as environmental variables herbicide efficacy may occur. • he LibertyLink trait technology is currently T compliance with refuge requirements. The Bayer in the area when selecting a residual herbicide. c. ull rates of Liberty are recommended F available in high-yielding, high-quality Grower Technology Agreement stipulates that, 3. Scenario One—Residual Used regardless of tankmix herbicide. FiberMax and Stoneville cotton seed varieties. upon request by Bayer CropScience or an Pre-emergence, PPI or At Planting: • lyTol trait technology is currently available in G d. ake all applications when wind speeds are M approved agent, a grower must provide the a. Apply Liberty at 29 fl oz/A over the top of high-yielding, high-quality FiberMax varieties. less than 10 mph, and not during periods of location of all fields planted with Bayer CropScience LibertyLink cotton from crop emergence temperature inversions. • lyTol LibertyLink stacked technology is G biotechnologies and the locations of all associated to 14 days after crop emergence or when available in elite, high-performing FiberMax required refuge areas so that they may be verified e. o not exceed 87 fl oz/A of Liberty per season. D weeds are no more than 3 inches to 4 cotton varieties and will soon be available in to be in compliance with GlyTol LibertyLink TwinLink f. Do not apply within 70 days of harvest. inches tall. Stoneville varieties. registration requirements. Bayer CropScience will provide the grower advance notice of any inspec- b. pply Liberty at 29 fl oz/A on as-needed A g. onsult product label for full use directions C • lyTol LibertyLink Bollgard II is available in G ® basis following the first application at and restrictions. tions, and such inspections will be performed dur- high-yielding FiberMax and Stoneville varieties. ing regular working hours to accommodate the 29 fl oz/A. • or more information about FiberMax and F grower’s schedule so the grower may be present 4. cenario Two—Environmental Conditions S POSTEMERGENCE OVER-THE-TOP Stoneville cotton seed varieties, go to if desired. Prevent Timely Application: TANKMIX PARTNERS FOR LIBERTY www.FiberMax.com or www.Stoneville.com a. If environmental conditions prevent timely ON LIBERTYLINK COTTON Liberty application, a single application Assure II (1*) metolachlor (15) APPLICATION INFORMATION and BEST WEED MANAGEMENT PRACTICES of up to 43 fl oz/A may be made in the first clethodim (1) Poast Plus (1) application. Fusilade DX (1) Select Max (1) RECOMMENDATIONS FOR weed management in fibermax Fusion (1) Staple (2) b. f 43 fl oz/A is used for the first application, I * umbers in parentheses denote herbicide MOA as designated N and stoneville cotton with libertylink technology a second application of 29 fl oz/A should by the Weed Science Society of America. be made 10 days after the first application. 1st Post Application Weed Control Program 2nd Post Application Increase water and shorten interval between (Emergence to 14 days) post applications if canopy is heavy. Residual pre-emergence, Liberty at 29 fl oz/A If needed, Liberty at Scenario One c. third application of 29 fl oz/A can also A PPI or at planting plus residual herbicide 29 fl oz/A be made in cotton on an as-needed basis, Liberty at 29 fl oz/A only if the previous two applications did not Environmental conditions Liberty at 43 fl oz/A Scenario Two applied 10 days after exceed 29 fl oz/A in either application. prevent timely application plus residual herbicide the first application29 30
  3. 3. g ly to l • L I B E R TYL I N K • t w in l ink tr a it s in C OTTO N KEY APPLICATION POINTS top 10 most frequently sprayed YIELD LOSS DUE TO COMPETITION According to a 2010 University of Tennessee TO REMEMBER weeds in COTTON Weeds that emerge with the crop, or shortly study 4, cotton and soybean growers lost nearly $138 million due to glyphosate-resistant Palmer • niform, thorough spray coverage is essential U Max. Weed Confirmed thereafter, have the greatest potential to adversely amaranth. Their weed control costs also to achieve consistent performance. Height with Glyphosate- impact yields. The yield loss associated with increased as follows: Liberty at Resistant this flush of weeds is strongly influenced by how • se nozzles and pressure that generate a U 29 fl oz/A1 Weeds long weeds are allowed to remain in the field and • $78.5 million in increased herbicide costs medium-size spray droplet. Amaranth compete with crops for light, water and nutrients. $35 per acre on 1.6 million soybean acres • se 15 GPA (in dense canopies, increase U (Palmer, redroot 4” ✔ Weed scientists state that effective weed control $55 per acre on 0.4 million cotton acres water volume). and tumbleweed) during the first nine weeks after emergence is • 10 million in increased application costs $ • aximum performance is achieved M critical to produce optimum cotton yields. $5 per acre on 2 million acres Morningglory 8” when applications are made to actively Residual herbicides improve weed control, reduce • 49.35 million due to glyphosate-resistant $ growing weeds. Johnsongrass 4 5” ✔ problematic weeds and extend the time period weed competition • pply from emergence to early bloom A between planting and the first postemergence 30 percent of soybean acres at 17 percent loss growth stage. Cocklebur 14” treatment of Liberty herbicide. Furthermore, the 15 percent of cotton acres at 25 percent loss • equential applications should be applied S use of residual herbicides increases application at 10 days after the first application. Crabgrass4 5” flexibility in case of unfavorable weather conditions. YIELD LOSS EXAMPLES Use a residual herbicide in your weed control • iberty is rainfast in four hours. L Marestail2,3 6”-12” ✔ Research in Georgia8 in 2006 and 2007 noted program to introduce another herbicide mode of that two glyphosate-resistant Palmer amaranth action in the field and enhance your resistance Russian thistle2,3 6”-12” spaced every 7 meters of row (91-cm row spacing) management program. reduced cotton yield by 23 percent. Sicklepod 6” $/Pound $0.52** $0.60 $0.65 Texas panicum 6” Lost $/A from $119.60 $138 $149.50 Palmer amaranth* Barnyardgrass 5” ✔ 1 If more than 29 fl oz/A is used in any single application, the season total may not exceed 72 fl oz/A, including all application timings. 2For best control, do not apply Lost $/1000 A* $119,600 $138,000 $149,500 before weeds reach 6 inches tall. 3Sequential applications may be needed for populations of weeds with mixed heights. 4Treat prior to tiller. *Start yield at 1,000 lb/A. **Represents CCC Loan Rate. “Resistance is a real concern. It’s a problem. It’s not going to go away. It’s something we’re going to have to learn to live with and manage.” – Dr. Alan York, North Carolina State University31 4,8 See page 36 for source information. 32

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