Crop Protection USA
BASF Crop Protection means innovative solutions. As a leading producer of agricultural products, our portfolio includes herbicides, fungicides, insecticides and seed treatment technologies that provide the optimal level of crop protection. Our innovative products help growers maximize yields to get the most out of every acre to meet the food and fuel demands of a growing world population.
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The turn of the century brought with it what would become a major headache for growers in the United States: glyphosate resistant weeds.
What’s the best plan of attack to promote Plant Health in the face of severe weather? What’s the latest science behind Plant Health? How can the three pillars of Plant Health help maximize yield potential on your operation? The BASF Plant Health Winning Seasons Facebook page answers all these questions, and it gives growers the chance to win fun summer prizes!
BASF Plant Health fungicides, like Headline AMP® fungicide, made their mark at the 2013 NCGA National Corn Yield Contest, where 83 percent of the winners used a BASF Plant Health fungicide.
Agronomist Rob Klueppel works on a range of crops on more than 20,000 acres. With a variety of crops grown, including corn, beans and wheat, Klueppel has his work cut out for him when advising growers about herbicides and fungicides.
Disease control and Plant Health are critical to helping a crop reach its full potential of high yields and high quality. There is now a distinctive choice for farmers to use to cultivate strong, plentiful crops. Xemium® fungicide, one of the latest active ingredients from BASF, helps power Priaxor™ fungicide and Merivon® fungicide, two unique Plant Health fungicides that take crop protection to a whole new level.
Thirty years of experience in agribusiness gives a pest control advisor a strong sense of what makes a good herbicide. Longtime PCA Mike Pettigrew advises vineyard and orchard owners in California how to best protect their crops, and he sees BASF products as the best defense.
Jun. 11, 2014