Control your 2013 season with early weed management

• After the 2012 growing season — a year of highs, lows and surprises — staying on top of unexpected challenges in 2013 will help deliver the farm management flexibility today's farmers need to increasingly drive success. 



Planning for early-season weed management in 2013 with Advanced Weed Control from BASF gives farmers the ability to stay a step ahead of whatever comes their way.

After the 2012 growing season — a year of highs, lows and surprises — staying on top of unexpected challenges in 2013 will help deliver the farm management flexibility today's farmers need to increasingly drive success. 



"To combat inevitable challenges like weather, workload and weed resistance, we recommend a solid foundation of weed control," said Luke Bozeman, technical market manager, BASF.



Grower and commercial applicator Dave Woestehoff agrees that effective weed control begins with early planning.



"The biggest challenge is timing,” said Woestehoff.

"If you have wind or rain, you might sit for three days. Or, the weed and crop development stage hits the ideal timing and everyone wants their field or fields applied today. That puts pressure on the applicator and on the chemistries.”

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