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Treated right, there’s no telling how far your soybeans can go.

Soybeans aren’t traditionally grown in the Prairies, but new, early-maturing varieties have led to a steep rise in interest and growth of this crop. Learn about major production challenges, and explore innovative solutions designed to maximize yield at every stage of your operation.

Crop Establishment

Maximizing nitrogen fixation in your soybean crop requires nodulation. But this process depends on a species of rhizobia that isn’t native to Western Canadian soils. That’s where inoculation comes in.

Weed Management

Weeds are competitive. They rob your crop of resources needed to maximize yield. Now with resistant biotypes on the rise, multiple modes of effective action and unique chemistries are needed more than ever.

Disease Management

Fungicides work best when used preventatively. That’s why it’s important to apply a well-timed fungicide before disease takes hold – especially when conditions favour the development of diseases, including white mold.

Harvest Management

Late-germinating weeds can throw a wrench in your harvest. That’s why a well-timed pre-harvest herbicide can speed up your crop and weed dry down, improving harvest efficiency and yield quality.

Because your soybeans deserve the best.
From start to finish.

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.

Agricultural Product Guide

Explore what BASF has to offer throughout the season, complete with application rates and timing.

Dicamba Stewardship Guide

There are several factors you should consider when using a dicamba herbicide. Do you know them?

Match up your acres. Maximize your savings.


Receive a rebate of $3.00 for every matching acre of Viper® ADV herbicide and a qualifying Nodulator® inoculant. Purchase a minimum of 40 matched acres by September 30, 2017.