On Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2012, Bayer CropScience held a media briefing at the Beltwide Cotton Conferences in Orlando, Fla. Members of the Bayer CropScience cotton team announced that Liberty herbicide will replace Ignite herbicide for LibertyLink crops; talked about advancements in seed treatment technology for cotton with Poncho/VOTiVO paired with AERIS and Trilex Advanced; advancements in BioScience seed and trait technology and the recent advancement of new cottonseed varieties for 2012 for FiberMax and Stoneville; and the release of the Variety Selector Tool and Seed Planner apps for tablet and mobile.
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The information provided to media is available in this online press kit.
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The 2012 Bayer Media News Briefing will be held on Wed., Jan 4 at 2 p.m.
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