High Value of New Branded Seed

Think Before You Bin-Run

The higher yielding trait technology of Roundup Ready 2 Yield soybeans showed 
 a 6.1 bushel per acre advantage over original Roundup Ready soybeans
Verification Required

Most soybeans are still covered by a variety patent, and you will not be able to save and plant the seed from those varieties without a license giving you that added right. Check with your seed supplier before saving.

Higher Seeding Rate

Higher seeding rates may be required for  bin-run compared to new branded seed

Yield Loss

Genuity® Roundup Ready 2 Yield® soybean seed outyielded bin-run Roundup Ready® soybeans by  6.1 bu/A.1

Cleanout Loss

Loss of seed or shrink occurs during  seed cleaning and handling processes  for bin-run seed.

Lost Income

Income lost by not selling a bushel of soybeans that is saved for planting the next year.

Reliable Germination and Quality
• Rigorously tested for quality and meets US Federal Seed Act requirements
•Free of seed-borne diseases
• Properly stored and conditioned
Latest Technology
•  Highest yielding soybean technology available
• Six soybean trait products anticipated to come from Monsanto in the next 2-7 years
Customer Service
• Dealer agronomic support before and after the sale
• Replant policy support
• Convenient packaging and delivery

 Seed containing a patented trait can only be used to plant a single commercial crop. It is unlawful to save and replant seed from that crop. Examples of seed containing a patented trait include but are not limited to Roundup Ready 2 Yield® soybeans, Roundup Ready 2 Xtend® soybeans, XtendFlex® soybeans, Roundup Ready® spring canola, Roundup Ready® winter canola, and TruFlex™ canola with Roundup Ready® Technology. Additional information and limitations on the use of these products are provided in the Technology Stewardship Agreement and the Bayer Technology Use Guide: https://tug.bayer.com. U.S. patents for Bayer technologies can be found at the following webpage: http://www.monsantotechnology.com

Complete line of Enlist E3 Soybeans available for 2022.  Call for details.



In 1991, the University of Minnesota named one of their newly developed varieties of soybeans "Bert" in honor of Bert Enestvedt's involvement in the soybean industry.