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.
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Nodulator N/T LQ
Applied on-seed or in-furrow, this easy-to-use liquid formulation is Biostacked with a highly efficient strain of Bradyrhizobium japonicum and Bacillus amyloliquefaciens to enhance the performance of your soybeans. The result is greater nodule mass, faster canopy closure and greater vigour. Benefit from up to 30 days of on-seed survivability.
Nodulator N/T Self-adhering Peat
Applied on-seed, this self-adhering peat formulation2 is Biostacked with a highly efficient strain of B. japonicum and B. amyloliquefaciens to enhance the performance of your soybeans. The result is greater nodule mass, faster canopy closure and greater vigour. Benefit from 24 hours of on-seed survivability.
2 Nodulator N/T Self-adhering peat is approved and supported for organic production.
Applied on-seed or in-furrow, Nodulator LQ delivers the nitrogen-fixing B. japonicum using an effective liquid formulation. By using a highly efficient strain of rhizobium, Nodulator LQ results in greater root biomass with more nitrogen-fixing nodules on every plant – all leading to increased yield potential.
Nodulator PRO 100
This professionally applied Biostacked® system provides the nitrogen-fixing rhizobium of Nodulator® PRO 100 plus the biofungicide activity of Integral, for suppression of seedling diseases caused by Rhizoctonia and Fusarium spp.1 Benefit from low application volumes, 100 days of on-seed survivability and application convenience.1 The biological fungicide activity of Integral is a PMRA registered label claim in Canada.
Driven by its Group 14 and Group 2 chemistries, Optill® herbicide delivers rapid burndown with residual control of grass and broadleaf weeds. Suitable for no-till and vertical-till operations.
Combines Group 14 and 15 chemistries to deliver early season control of key broadleaf weeds, with suppression of key grasses. Take advantage of its excellent follow-crop flexibility.
Rapid-acting and quickly absorbed, the convenient liquid formulation of Eragon® LQ herbicide delivers fast, complete burndown of tough broadleaf weeds.
For use on Roundup Ready 2 Xtend® dicamba-tolerant soybeans only, this advanced formulation of dicamba delivers effective control of tough broadleaf weeds, including Group 2-, triazine- and glyphosate-resistant biotypes.
Tank mixed with your choice of Kixor herbicide, Engenia and/or glyphosate, the innovative Group 15 chemistry of Zidua SC herbicide delivers residual control of key annual grasses and select broadleaf weeds, including resistant biotypes of common waterhemp and redroot pigweed.
Applied pre-harvest, Eragon® LQ speeds up crop and weed dry down to improve uniformity, harvestability and storability. Tank mix with glyphosate for control of broadleaf and perennial weeds, and work towards a cleaner start next season.
By combining the unique mobility of Xemium® with the proven benefits1 of AgCelence®, Priaxor fungicide delivers more consistent and continuous control of key 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.21AgCelence benefits refer to products that contain the active ingredient pyraclostrobin. 2All comparisons are to untreated, unless otherwise stated.
By combining two active ingredients targeting white mold, Cotegra fungicide delivers industry leading performance to help preserve yield potential and maximize returns. It also protects soybeans from key foliar diseases, including septoria brown spot. Benefit from it’s convenient liquid formulation.
Powered by Inscalis™, Sefina is a fast-acting, long-lasting insecticide that limits aphids feeding and virus transmission. It also delivers a unique mode of action that controls populations that may have developed resistance to other insecticides.