BASF Launches Viper ADV with Built In Resistance Management

Western Canadian farmers growing field pea and dry beans have a new option for control of broadleaf and grassy weeds in Viper ADV. A liquid product with two modes of action, Viper ADV can help farmers with their fungicide resistance management plan without severely restricting re-cropping options.

Lyndsey Smith spoke with Glen Forster, technical development specialist with BASF, at Crop Week ’13 in early January, to talk more about Viper ADV, what makes it unique, tips for application and its advantages.

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