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Innovations Inspired by You

Listening intently and working closely with farmers like you often proves to unveil two important things — your desired goals and unique challenges. When we learn about each, we can focus on providing solutions that fill the gap between where you are today and your goals for tomorrow.


These partnerships are a catalyst for innovations in agriculture. Your on-farm challenges inspire the solutions we bring to market. With boots on the ground, we can hear firsthand what you are looking for, what is working and what needs can be addressed.


Here you can learn more about what we are working on and the innovations we are bringing to market. All designed to perform against real, shared challenges. Each created to help you do the biggest job on earth.

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Registered, available for use in 2024


A soybean fungicide designed for growers who are losing valuable bushels to disease. Revylok fungicide offers control of major yield-limiting diseases, such as Cercospora blight, Frogeye leaf spot, Septoria brown spot and Rhizoctonia aerial blight (aerial web blight).

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Registered, available for use in 2024


BASF will introduce Axant Flex technology for the 2024 growing season. This revolutionary trait package brings forward Axant technology, the newest tool available to cotton farmers. This new system is the best of both worlds for growers, pairing the most comprehensive herbicide trait package available to date with the premier performance of FiberMax® and Stoneville® cotton.

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Registration Pending1


Upon registration, Liberty® ULTRA herbicide with Glu-L technology will be the next generation of glufosinate herbicide technology from BASF. By isolating the L-isomer, it concentrates the active ingredient for a 25% reduction in use rate. It will be available for use on glufosinate-enabled soybeans, cotton, corn and canola acres. As a Group 10 herbicide, Liberty ULTRA herbicide will contain L-glufosinate-ammonium, along with the same patented surfactant blend found in Liberty® herbicide.

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Registered, available for use in 2024


Surtain™ herbicide is the first solid encapsulated premix solution on the market, allowing both pre and post applications of a strong residual Group 14 chemistry. Surtain herbicide offers a non-HPPD solution and is best suited for corn acres where weeds like waterhemp, giant ragweed and grasses are most troublesome to yield potential, especially in areas of known resistance.

Delivered Solutions

Our focus on solving your challenges through innovation in agriculture knows no bounds. In 2019, we made a commitment to become your solutions provider of choice, and we are delivering on that promise. Since that time, we have launched:

On the Horizon

Today’s solutions are just the beginning. In 2022, BASF invested nearly $1 billion in agriculture research that will continue to fuel innovations. The future is beyond exciting, brimming with groundbreaking solutions that will help meet your challenges and shape the agricultural landscape far into the future.

BASF developed germplasm nematode resistant soybeans
Weed resistance management
Disease and Pest Management



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1 Upon registration, Liberty Ultra Herbicide, Surtain herbicide and Voraxor herbicide will be available for sale and use in the United States. This information is provided for educational purposes only and is not intended to promote the sale of this product. Any sale of this product after registration is obtained shall be based solely on the EPA-approved product label, and any claims regarding product safety and efficacy shall be addressed solely by the label.


Always read and follow labels directions. Axant, Glu-L, Nurizma, Revylok, Surtain and Voraxor are trademarks of BASF. Cevya, FiberMax, Liberty, Poncho, Renestra, Revytek, Stoneville, Teraxxa, and Veltyma are registered trademarks of BASF. © 2023 BASF Corporation.