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BASF Launches ‘New Generation’ of Pesticides...

11:02 AM MDT | March 18, 2008 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

BASF Crop Protection has introduced two new pesticide molecules to the agrochemicals market that it says are part of the company’s “new generation” from its pipeline of pesticides. The company says it has a string of active ingredients with blockbuster potential in its development pipeline. The two new active ingredients are orysastrobin, a broad-spectrum rice fungicide for the Japanese market, and metaflumizone, an insecticide for fruit and vegetable crops as well as urban pest control. “Together with our in-launch fungicide boscalid...

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