Treated right, there’s no telling how far your soybeans can go.
Canada produced 6.23 million tonnes of soybeans in 2015 – and 75% came from Eastern Canada alone.1 Now with Roundup Ready 2 Xtend® technology on the market, soybeans are poised for even higher yields. Learn how to maximize your earning potential at every stage of production.1 Soy Canada, 2016.
Up to 75% of a soybean’s required nitrogen comes from rhizobia in the root nodules.1 While some rhizobia occur naturally in the field, only the right strains in high enough concentrations can maximize nodulation.1 Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food, 2016.
Keeping fields clean during the critical period for weed control is essential for maximizing yield potential. And choosing the right products with multiple modes of effective action is key to delaying the onset of herbicide resistance.
Given the right conditions, diseases like white mold can lead to substantial losses in yield and quality. But taking proactive action does more than fend off disease. It can build yield and protect quality.
Insect ManagementInsects 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.
Because your soybeans deserve the best.
From beginning to end.
At BASF, we believe there are four distinct periods for protecting and building stronger soybean crops. Choose from the most complete portfolio of innovative solutions at every stage of your operation.