The Benefits of planting Glyphosate Tolerant:
Convenience | Efficiency | Herbicide Savings | Input Savings | Incredible Yield Potential
East Coast (DE, MD, VA, NC, SC, GA)
Mid-South (MO, KY, TN, MS, AR, AL, TX)
The last U.S. patent on the Roundup Ready® soybean trait expired in early 2015. What this means is that if the Roundup Ready trait was the only patent that applied to a particular variety of soybean, farmers would be able to save and plant that variety after the patent expired. However, after the patent on the Roundup Ready trait expired, soybean seeds containing that trait might still be covered by other trait or varietal patents. If you are interested in saving and planting these seeds, we recommend that you check with your seed supplier to determine if the seed variety you’re considering can be legally planted and saved. If your seed dealer has a variety that can be saved, check with him about obtaining a license to legally plant saved seed of that variety.
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