Stine is uniquely positioned to provide the latest innovative products on the market, giving growers new choices for weed management, including our lineup of Stine® GT27™ and LibertyLink® GT27™ soybeans. Combined with the high-yielding, elite genetics and the industry’s most sought after traits for weed control, Stine GT27 and LibertyLink GT27 offer growers powerful performance and outstanding crop safety.
Stine GT27 soybeans are derived from the high-yielding, elite soybean genetics that provide the yields growers have come to expect from Stine. In fact, Stine GT27 soybeans have demonstrated performance equal to or better than many of the varieties that growers currently plant.
The Stine GT27 platform builds upon current glyphosate-based programs with the option to utilize a new HPPD/Group 27 herbicide (once approved) for the benefit of two sites of herbicide action. This combination will allow growers to combat a full spectrum of broadleaf weeds and grasses, including glyphosate-, triazine-, PPO- and ALS-resistant weeds. Both of the herbicide components are non-volatile chemistries, reducing the risk for off-target movement and giving growers additional peace of mind.
Stine LibertyLink GT27 soybeans are the next evolution of the GT27 platform. A triple-stacked herbicide trait, Stine LibertyLink GT27 brand soybeans offer exceptional yield potential combined with tolerance to three unique sites of action — glyphosate, Liberty® and a new HPPD/Group 27 herbicide for soybeans.
The LibertyLink GT27 trait is the first commercially available soybean trait package that offers built-in tolerance to both glyphosate and glufosinate, which means that growers who plant Stine LibertyLink GT27 soybeans will benefit from unparalleled flexibility in weed management options. This triple-stacked technology offers growers the option to use multiple pre- and post-options, plus built-in residual control, for full-season control across different growing environments.
Stine is pleased to offer a complete lineup of Stine GT27 and LibertyLink GT27 in a range of maturities. To learn more about our lineup, reach out to your local Stine sales representative.
Note: One characteristic of HPPD/Group 27 chemistries is they provide outstanding residual control, meaning that the active ingredients remain active in the soil for a period of time after application. However, the amount of HPPD/Group 27 chemistry that remains active in the soil into the next growing season can vary, and in some cases could affect soybeans that are susceptible to the HPPD/Group 27 chemistry. Stine GT27 and LibertyLink GT27 soybeans include built-in tolerance to HPPD/Group 27-based herbicides, providing soybean growers with an additional measure of protection against HPPD-Group 27 carryover.