When it comes to soybeans, you’ve got standards. Get ready to exceed them.

Growing soybeans takes knowledge, hard work and dedication – and no one knows it better than you. That’s why BASF is committed to helping you get the most from your crop through innovative products and sound advice. Learn about major crop production challenges and explore best-in-class solutions for every stage of your operation.

Crop Establishment

The relationship formed between soil rhizobia and your soybean’s root nodules generates up to 75% of the crop’s required nitrogen.1 The caveat? Your soil’s native rhizobia might not be up to snuff.

1 Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food, 2016.

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

Most fungicides work 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, such as septoria and white mold.

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.

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.

Crop Protection Guide

Protect your crop from start to end. Explore what BASF has to offer throughout the season.

Herbicide Tolerant (HT) Soybeans

Learn more about major challenges and strategies for managing them.

Conventional/IP soybeans

Explore production challenges and learn how to best tackle them.

Application Stewardship Portal

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