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BASF filed a lawsuit against Willowood’s infringement on its fungicide pyraclostrobin

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BASF has filed a lawsuit against Willowood LLC to halt the ongoing infringement of certain BASF patents relating to the manufacture and use of its fungicide pyraclostrobin.

BASF has filed a lawsuit against Willowood LLC to halt the ongoing infringement of certain BASF patents relating to the manufacture and use of its fungicide pyraclostrobin.

BASF has led the way in the research and development (R&D) of active ingredients like pyraclostrobin that control fungal diseases and offer plant health benefits. BASF is committed to investing in the research and development of new and innovative products and protecting the Intellectual Property, which results from this development. Each new active ingredient represents an investment of more than $250 million in the agricultural industry and ensures growers have cutting edge tools to manage their crops and ultimately support the food demands of a growing global population.

“Farmers rely on innovation from partners like BASF to help improve the yield and quality of their crop,” said Senior Vice President, BASF North America, Paul Rea. “BASF remains at the forefront of crop protection product development and innovation, bringing new solutions to growers.”

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