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Head off disease at every turn.

Effective protection against disease is essential to your season’s success. Find a solution below that best fits your production challenges.

Application Timing.

For optimal protection against disease, apply Priaxor fungicide at early flowering to mid-pod development (R1 to R3).



By combining the unique mobility of Xemium® with the proven benefits1 of AgCelence®, Priaxor® fungicide delivers more consistent and continuous control of early season diseases, such as frog eye leaf spot and septoria brown spot, along with suppression of white mold. The result is a larger, stronger plant with greater yield potential.2

1AgCelence benefits refer to products that contain the active ingredient pyraclostrobin.

2 All comparisons are to untreated, unless otherwise stated.


By combining two leading active ingredients that target white mold, Cotegra® fungicide delivers best-in-class performance to help preserve yield potential and maximize returns. It’s also designed to protect soybeans from key foliar diseases, including septoria brown spot. Benefit from its convenient liquid formulation.

Next up: Insect Management

Insects can cause serious losses in soybean quality and yield. By using the right management strategy, growers can prevent or minimize the damage caused by harmful insects to help realize the full potential of their crops.

Through our BASF Ag Product Assurance program, we support customers who have applied our products according to label recommendations and did not receive reasonable product performance. For details, contact your local BASF representative or call BASF Ag Solutions Customer Care at 1-877-371-BASF (2273).

Get the most out of every dollar with the BASF Ag Rewards program. To participate, purchase the minimum number of acres required along with two or more qualifying BASF products. Click on the rewards calculator to see your potential rebate and to learn more about the program.