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¹ by Don Kyle, DuPont Pioneer Research Scientist, Princeton, Ill. The author gratefully acknowledges Landon Ries, DuPont Pioneer Research Scientist, for statistical support; and Eric Egan, DuPont Pioneer Research Associate, for assistance in conducting this study.
Soybean variety responses to herbicides are variable and subject to many different environmental stresses, including temperature, moisture and other factors. Individual results may vary.
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