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Engenia Herbicide. Pure Genius.
Engenia herbicide from BASF is a new solution for dicamba-tolerant soybeans and cotton. It's the most flexible and advanced dicamba for dicamba-tolerant crops, designed to deliver performance you can count on for clean fields and maximum yield potential.
Engenia herbicide provides an additional, effective site of action for more than 200 broadleaf weeds, including glyphosate-resistant species, giving growers peace of mind.
This broad-spectrum solution controls the toughest broadleaf weeds like Palmer amaranth, waterhemp, marestail, velvetleaf, morningglory and giant ragweed.
There are currently 16 species of glyphosate-resistant weeds in the U.S., with 38 states affected by at least one species.
The number of herbicide-resistant weeds in each state is growing.* If not controlled, weed pressure can result in total crop loss in severe cases.1
As the inventors of dicamba, BASF has more than 50 years of experience in developing and improving dicamba for effective applications to meet evolving grower needs.
Field research demonstrates on-target herbicide application success with low volatility and drift, so the herbicide remains in place.
(above) Formulation advancements from Banvel® herbicide to Clarity® herbicide to Engenia herbicide.
* Heap, I. The International Survey of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds. Available at www.weedscience.org, accessed March 16, 2016.
With an option for direct injection, farmers can cover more acres with the same input volume. And more coverage with one tank fill means fewer trips back to refill, which can save significant time and money.
Benefits of direct injection include:
Allowing growers to clean out a sprayer in one-third the time of a conventional unit.
That hour saved lets growers cover another 200+ acres before cleaning, giving growers a more efficient application window in the spring.
Minimizing cleaning time by involving only a few hoses and not an entire system.
Allowing for turning off the Engenia herbicide flow in buffer areas without having to stop and clean.
Every aspect of farming takes commitment, and teaching correct, effective herbicide application is our commitment to you.
In modern agriculture, the advent of new and advanced herbicide technologies must accompany an equal dedication to stewardship. With the push toward leading technologies, like Engenia herbicide, BASF developed the On Target Application Academy (OTAA) to provide best-practice training that promotes correct and effective herbicide application.
OTAA guides BASF’s long-standing stewardship responsibility to growers through a one-of-a-kind educational program. Featuring some of the top minds in herbicide application technology in the country, OTAA sessions teach growers how to minimize drift and make applications of low-volatility Engenia herbicide safe, accurate and effective. Since its inception in 2012, OTAA has reached thousands of growers in highest crop producing regions in the country.
Increasing our reach.
To augment the reach of the program’s accessibility to applicators, BASF is bringing the OTAA educational experience online. In the form of a digital training module, this online OTAA will include a series of educational videos that will teach growers best practices for herbicide applications.
Growers and applicators can take the OTAA training module by visiting Grow Smart University, clicking on the "Herbicides" tab and selecting the module titled "Making an On Target Engenia Herbicide Application."
Dr. Robert E. Wolf is renowned for his work in training pesticide applicators worldwide. In 2012, Wolf developed the On Target Application Academy in conjunction with BASF. He brings more than 25 years of experience in application technology research along with education at universities and in the private sector.
Dr. Dennis Gardisser, Ph.D.
WRK of Arkansas
As president of WRK of Arkansas, Dr. Dennis Gardisser oversees agricultural chemical application research, testing, product development, drift evaluations, training seminars, fly-in clinics and education. He was previously a professor and associate department head of Biological and Agricultural Engineering at the University of Arkansas.
Dr. H. Mark Hanna, Ph.D.
Extension Agricultural Engineer, Iowa State University
At Iowa State, Hanna’s main focus is sustainable agricultural systems, including chemical application, energy consumption, tillage/planting and harvest. His research focus has been on developing ways for field equipment to enhance productivity and environmental stewardship through field days and other outreach activities.
Dr. Phillip Stahlman, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus of Weed Science, Kansas State University
Dr. Phillip Stahlman has had an acclaimed career as a weed scientist at Kansas State University for over 40 years. While at Kansas State, Dr. Stahlman served in the positions of Professor of Weed Science and Research Weed Scientist with a research emphasis in integrated weed management, strategies for field crops in semi-arid environments and herbicide resistance evolution and management. Throughout his career, Dr. Stahlman has had numerous published works on weed science and application in addition to a variety of agricultural topics.
Dr. Stahlman earned his bachelor's degree in Agronomy at Oklahoma Panhandle State College, his master's degree in Agronomy/Weed Science at North Dakota State University and his Ph.D. in Agronomy/Weed Science at the University of Wyoming, Laramie. He currently resides in Hays, Kansas with his wife Linda. They have two grown sons and one granddaughter.
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Protect your crops from yield-robbing weeds, maintain advances in conservation, and enhance your operation's efficiency through the technical expertise and agronomic support from your BASF team.
BASF has a very knowledgeable and experienced staff of experts in on-target applications of dicamba, having confidently applied over 50 million acres of Status® herbicide (a dicamba formulation for corn) over the last eight years.
Success in the field starts with knowledge from the experts.