Herbicide Best Practices
Optimal weed control for growers
BASF provides growers with effective solutions, technical support and educational tools to help implement weed management programs based on herbicide best practices. As herbicide resistance continues to spread across the United States, these best practices are more important than ever.
Herbicide best practices include proactive weed resistance management and planning appropriately to help ensure effective, on-target applications.
Best herbicide-resistance toolbox in the business
With innovative solutions, technical support and educational tools, BASF is a grower’s No. 1 partner for managing weed resistance by providing more corn and soybean herbicide sites of action than any other crop protection company.
Combined with our proactive outreach to help growers use a comprehensive weed management program that incorporates chemical, cultural and mechanical strategies – BASF is a grower’s first stop for controlling weeds.
Application best practices can help combat resistance development as demonstrated by the resulting weed pressure from a sprayer skip in this corn field.
Education to advance growers’ success
BASF educates growers on application best practices to ensure ideal herbicide performance.
- Air induction nozzles
- Spray deposition Agents
- Air speed at application.
- Adjuvant: Utilize a good quality MSO at 1% by volume
- Coverage: Ensure thorough coverage of weeds
- Tank-Mix: Partner with glyphosate
- Timing: Follow label directions for weed size
Herbicide Best Practices Products:
Herbicide Best Practices Resources:
- Kixor Herbicide Arms Growers with Tool to Fight Resistance
- Kixor Herbicide Training Module
- OpTill Pro Training Module
- Weed Science Society of America Herbicide Resistance Lesson Modules
Always read and follow label directions.
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