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BASF Says it Has Gems in Agchems Pipeline

11:00 AM MDT | October 1, 2007 | Natasha Alperowicz

BASF says it is seeing increased demand for its agchem products due to better seasonal conditions and additional needs arising from more extensive planting of crops for biofuels. Speaking at a recent press briefing in Speyer, Germany, Michael Heinz, president of BASF’s agricultural products division, said that the business has reduced the number of active ingredients in its portfolio from 125, to 60, as well as 30 that it uses in mixtures, and has “one of the best product pipelines” in the industry. BASF, the third-largest maker of agchems after...

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