Septoria in wheat © David Jones/RBI© David Jones/RBI
Agrochemicals giant BASF is set to launch a new “blockbuster” azole cereal fungicide as early as 2019 and then a blackgrass herbicide with a new mode of action early next decade. The fungicide, called Revysol, is likely to be used as a partner to help slow down fungicide resistance, while the blackgrass killer could be the biggest breakthrough in grassweed control for more than 10 years. Markus Heldt, president of BASF Crop Protection, said the fungicide is the German group’s […]
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