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The one-stop resource to examine best management practices, the pests that threaten yield and the products that help you grow more soybeans.

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About Crop Protection

We offer a full line of world leading crop protection products including herbicides, fungicides, insecticides and seed treatments. Our products are designed to improve crop yield and performance, increase plant vigor and reduce yield losses during periods of drought or heat.

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