Featured BASF Crop Protection and Specialty Products USA Customer Stories
Jul. 13, 2012
Working on the front lines of Ag Service gives agronomists a leading edge on understanding trends in weed-resistance management, disease control and Plant Health. Dean Schafer, an agronomist with Chebanse Ag Service in Chebanse, Illinois, has analyzed trends in his region and seen growers repeatedly turn to BASF for the products they need.
Jun. 21, 2012
Jack Holifield grows corn, cotton and soybeans on a 3,500-acre farm in Kennett, Mo. Most of the farm is minimum- or no-till, and he irrigates about 90 percent of the land. A few years ago, Holifield started using Headline® fungicide on his corn and soybeans for increased disease control and Plant Health benefits.
May. 14, 2012
Farming economically is top priority for most growers. With that goal in mind, BASF creates products that aid growers in their quest to use their land and other resources as efficiently as possible. Steve and Donna Roth grow irrigated corn; a number of dry, edible beans and spring wheat on their 4,000 acre farm in Wadena, Minn. Farming in Central Minnesota leaves the Roths facing short days and short seasons, so they look for products that work in a timely manner.2012
May. 04, 2012
Xemium® fungicide, an advanced active ingredient that will power several new solutions, has received EPA registration.
Xemium forms rainfast depots on leaf surfaces that enable it to continuously distribute its unique chemistry throughout the leaf over time. Its high degree of mobility delivers the ultimate in continuous protection and more consistent performance.
May. 04, 2012
Apr. 12, 2012
As the oldest Swedish church in New Jersey, Trinity has seen its share of battles. Since the early 1990s, the church has faced roof truss, tower structure and cemetery wall failures. But the most recent fight was a quieter problem. In fact, only the cleaning lady noticed it at first.
Mar. 09, 2012
Volatile weather patterns make growers feel as if they are living between extremes. When a wet spring delayed planting, then a dry growing season stressed his plants, Brandon Sancken lessened the impact of those conditions with help from BASF.
Feb. 14, 2012
For a busy grower, the daily challenges of running an operation are more difficult to manage without good herbicide support. Indiana grower David Duttlinger looks to BASF for the backup he needs to face daily complications and weather-related obstacles.
Jan. 15, 2012
Nov. 29, 2011
Insignia® SC Intrinsic™ brand fungicide protects against diseases and stress at Janesville Country Club
Jeff Rottier, golf course superintendent at Janesville Country Club in Wisconsin, will remember the summer heat stress of 2010 as one of the most challenging of his career.
Oct. 27, 2011
Oct. 27, 2011
Watch as high-yield and award-winning grower David Roehm of Ohio shares his farming practices.