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BASF, FMC to Swap Crop Chemicals

1:37 PM MDT | January 10, 2007 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

BASF and FMC say they have signed “several multi-year agreements” under which BASF gains access to FMC’s proprietary insecticidal chemistry zeta-cypermethrin, and FMC gains access to pendimethalin and imazethapyr, two premix products owned by BASF. BASF says it will begin marketing an insecticide based on FMC’s zeta-cypermethrin for control of insects on vegetables, corn, soybeans, cotton, wheat, and alfalfa in 2007. FMC will develop products with pendimethalin and imazethapyr with its own proprietary herbicide portfolio over the next two...

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