One of the trait platforms I heard growers saying had yield drag in March, April, and May 2020 was Enlist. Seed dealers either had Enlist or they didn’t. My experience was about 80% of the “yield drag” claims originated from dealers who didn’t have Enlist to sell. The other 20% was largely made up of farmers who had a problem with Enlist the first year they had it. Whether it was a defensive trait that was lacking (brown stem rot, sudden death syndrome, white mold tolerance, etc.) or it was damage due to a drift issue (mainly dicamba drift), they felt their Enlist crop was disappointing. We had a strip plot with Enlist and Xtend beans that really showed the drift impact on yield this year. On one end of the field there was substantial late-season drift that led to 30-bushel Enlist beans for the first 100 yards or so. After that, the beans yielded in the 60s and 70s, just like the Xtend beans did.