Credenz® Soybeans

As a forward-thinking soybean grower, you’re not satisfied with the status quo. Every year brings a new set of challenges. Credenz soybeans can help with those challenges, through a lineup of precise varieties, dialed in to your local conditions. You also get expert agronomic support from BASF, along with a comprehensive seed treatment and crop protection portfolio.

Credenz varieties are engineered to give you a new measure of success.

Why Credenz?

  • Precise Varieties: Extensive data on each variety is developed through testing in a variety of conditions to withstand local pest and disease pressures.
  • Agronomic Expertise: Experienced teams of soybean experts bring guidance and local support to your operation with in-depth insights on seed and management decisions.
  • Continuous Innovation: Strongly committed to the advancement of LibertyLink® GT27,™ the first glufosinate and glyphosate stacked trait for soybeans.
  • Quality Pledge: Rigorous testing that goes above and beyond industry standards with meticulous assessments at every stage, from harvest to shipping.
  • Proven Portfolio: A national lineup of high-performing varieties, along with quality seed treatment options and top-of-the-line crop protection solutions.

2019 Credenz Yield Report Data

Knowing how to measure success on your soybean acres. That’s smart.


The 2019 yield results are in and Credenz with LibertyLink GT27 continues to outperform competitive Enlist E3™ soybeans and Asgrow® Roundup Ready 2 Xtend® soybeans. Head-to-head trials across the Great Plains, Midwest and Delta showed Credenz with LibertyLink GT27 genetics deliver the best return on your investment.

Credenz and LibertyLink are registered trademarks of BASF. GT27 is a trademark of MS Technologies and BASF. Enlist is a trademark of Dow AgroSciences. The transgenic soybean event in Enlist E3 soybeans is jointly developed and owned by Dow AgroSciences LLC and MS Technologies LLC. Asgrow and Roundup Ready 2 Xtend are registered trademarks of Monsanto Technology LLC. © 2019 BASF Corporation. All rights reserved.

LibertyLink GT27 System

When you combine Credenz genetics and precise varieties with an unprecedented yield advantage and the unsurpassed weed control of LibertyLink GT27, success really adds up.


Data shows up to a 4+ bu/acre advantage1 with Credenz LibertyLink GT27 varieties. It’s the soybean system that gives growers clean fields without complication.


Credenz offers 36 LibertyLink GT27 varieties with tolerance to Liberty® herbicide, glyphosate and Alite™ 27 herbicide2, making it the perfect choice for corn to soybean crop rotations. Alite 27 herbicide is the first and only HPPD3 available for use in soybeans as part of the LibertyLink GT27 system. When combined with another preemergent herbicide, such as Zidua® PRO, it provides:

  • 97% weed control on grasses and broadleaves
  • The ability to spray the entire field from fence row to fence row
  • The ability to tank-mix the two leading postemergent products on the market (Liberty and glyphosate)
  • Five modes of action for resistance management

1Internal trials showed an average of up to 4 bu/acre yield advantage for LibertyLink GT27 varieties vs. LibertyLink varieties. University OVT data has shown an average of up to 2 bu/acre yield advantage for LibertyLink vs. Asgrow RR2Xtend varieties entered.


2Alite 27 herbicide is not registered and not available for sale in the U.S. The information provided is for educational purposes only and not intended to promote the sale of this product. LibertyLink GT27 is not tolerant to all HPPD herbicides. HPPD herbicides currently on the market are not for use with LibertyLink GT27 soybeans and may result in significant crop injury.


3LibertyLink GT27 is not tolerant to all HPPD herbicides. HPPD herbicides currently on the market are prohibited for use with LibertyLink GT27 soybeans and may result in significant crop injury.

Always read and follow label directions. Credenz, Liberty, LibertyLink and Zidua are registered trademarks and Alite 27 is a trademark of BASF. GT27 is a trademark of MS Technologies and BASF. MS Technologies is a trademark of MS Technologies. © 2019 BASF Corporation. All rights reserved.

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See how Credenz can unlock soybean potential.

Monty Malone, BASF Variety Development Lead, talks about the importance of having varieties that fit your field.

Mark Hoobler, BASF U.S. Soybean Agronomy Lead, talks about Credenz LibertyLink GT27.

Grace Looker, BASF Seed Agronomist, talks about the rigorous series of tests Credenz seeds are put through.

Nick Weidenbenner, BASF Seed Agronomist, discusses how selecting precise varieties can meet your agronomic challenges.