Yield Evaluation of a Glyphosate-Tolerant Soybean Line after Treatment with Glyphosate. Delannay, X.; Bauman, T., T.; Beighley, D., H.; Buettner, M., J.; Coble, H., D.; DeFelice, M., S.; Derting, C., W.; Diedrick, T., J.; Griffin, J., L.; Hagood, E., S.; Hancock, F., G.; Hart, S., E.; LaVallee, B., J.; Loux, M., M.; Lueschen, W., E.; Matson, K., W.; Moots, C., K.; Murdock, E.; Nickell, A., D.; Owen, M., D., K.; Paschal II, E., H.; Prochaska, L., M.; Raymond, P., J.; Reynolds, D., B.; Rhodes, W., K.; Roeth, F., W.; Sprankle, P., L.; Tarochione, L., J.; Tinius, C., N.; Walker, R., H.; Wax, L., M.; Weigelt, H., D.; and Padgette, S., R. Crop Sci, 35(5):1461-1467, 1995.
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Transformation of soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merr.] with a gene encoding a glyphosate-tolerance 5-enolpyruvylshikimate-3-phosphate synthase enzyme from Agrobacterium sp. strain CP4 resulted in the development of glyphosate-tolerant line 40-3-2. Glyphosate (N-phosphonomethyl glycine) is the active ingredient of Roundup herbicide. Line 40-3-2 was yield tested at 17 locations in 1992,23 locations in 1993, and 18 locations in 1994. At those locations, broadcast applications of glyphosate at various rates were made over 40-3-2 or its derivatives from early vegetative growth to pod fill. No significant yield reduction was observed as a result of the glyphosate treatment at any of the locations. Development of glyphosate-tolerant soybean promises to provide the farmer with access to a new weed control system that should result in lower production costs and reliable weed control under a wide range of conditions.
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 author = {Delannay, X and Bauman, T T and Beighley, D H and Buettner, M J and Coble, H D and DeFelice, M S and Derting, C W and Diedrick, T J and Griffin, J L and Hagood, E S and Hancock, F G and Hart, S E and LaVallee, B J and Loux, M M and Lueschen, W E and Matson, K W and Moots, C K and Murdock, E and Nickell, A D and Owen, M D K and Paschal  II, E H and Prochaska, L M and Raymond, P J and Reynolds, D B and Rhodes, W K and Roeth, F W and Sprankle, P L and Tarochione, L J and Tinius, C N and Walker, R H and Wax, L M and Weigelt, H D and Padgette, S R},
 journal = {Crop Sci},
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