Dow AgroSciences unveils Enlist Ahead
Valuable Tools and Guidance for Users
Through Enlist Ahead, Dow AgroSciences will provide instructor-led training in the field, on the Web and in the classroom to increase understanding of the Enlist system and help users make good agronomic decisions. Ag retailers and seed sellers will also have access to an online training library to train their employees and farmer customers on topics ranging from weed management to spray application, including minimizing off-target movement, and more. In addition, Dow AgroSciences will have a broad network of in-field technical experts to support customers and others in the industry when the Enlist system is commercialized.
Details on additional features of Enlist Ahead will be announced in the future, including mobile field tools and discounts for recommended equipment to help ensure application accuracy and optimum performance.
“Enlist Ahead is building upon Dow AgroSciences’ long-standing commitment and leadership in product stewardship,” says Jane Stautz, global product stewardship and sustainability leader, Dow AgroSciences. “We are committed to the Enlist technology and to introducing new tools and resources to support its responsible use, as we are with all products and programs in our portfolio.”
Pending regulatory approvals, Dow AgroSciences anticipates launching the Enlist Weed Control System in corn in the 2013 crop year, followed by soybeans in 2015 and cotton in 2016.
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