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BASF and Monsanto Make 'Major Advancements' with Dicamba Formulations

9:07 AM MDT | November 2, 2010 | Alex Scott

BASF and Monsanto say they have made “major advancements” in the development of dicamba herbicide formulations for use with soybeans and cotton. The companies recently completed joint field testing of new formulations. They say the formulations could be available globally for farmers this decade. “We are focused on providing farmers another tool for weed management,” says Kerry Preete, v.p./crop protection for Monsanto. “The strength of the formulation expertise BASF has with dicamba and our team’s biotech focus" should...

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