BASF are proud to introduce Butisan® our first new herbicide since returning to the Australian agricultural market in 2014.

Friday, 24 June 2016

BASF are proud to introduce Butisan® our first new herbicide since returning to the Australian agricultural market in 2014.

Butisan will bring the benefits of superior pre-emergent grass control to your canola production systems.

Butisan is currently under evaluation by the APVMA for registration prior to the 2017 winter cropping season

  • A new group K herbicide active suitable for use in Canola
  • Proposed registration is for the control of annual ryegrass, wild oats and wireweed
  • Suitable for use in all canola production systems; Triazine Tolerant, Roundup Ready, Clearfield® and conventional varieties
  • Butisan is activated in low moisture conditions, and moves back into the furrow providing superior in-furrow weed control compared to commercial standards
  • Greater pre-emergent control reduces the number of panicle produced and weed seed set
  • Residual control period up to 9 weeks depending on soil moisture and rainfall conditions
  • Complemented well by over the top applications of atrazine, glyphosate, Intervix® and group A herbicides in well managed weed control program

 

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Come visit our demonstration sites to see the results for yourself/ To arrange a visit, contact one of our Technical Service team members:

  • Sigurd Howard (VIC, SA, TAS) on 0419 461 412
  • Richard Holzknecht (NSW, QLD) on 0408 773 865
  • Roger Mandel (WA) on 0429 948 027
  • Or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

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