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BASF launches Bomvoro inoculant for soybean seed treatment in Brazil

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BASF has launched Bomvoro in Brazil, which promises to be an effective solution for the efficient treatment of soybean seeds. The manufacturer’s suggestion is to associate the product with Standak TOP, which is a fungicide/insecticide of protective action (Pyraclostrobin), systemic (Methyl Thiophanate) and contact and ingestion (Fipronil).

BASF has launched Bomvoro in Brazil, which promises to be an effective solution for the efficient treatment of soybean seeds. The manufacturer’s suggestion is to associate the product with Standak TOP, which is a fungicide/insecticide of protective action (Pyraclostrobin), systemic (Methyl Thiophanate) and contact and ingestion (Fipronil).

According to BASF, the product has a cutting-edge technology that promotes the growth of the aerial and root parts of the plant, contributes to the increase in biological fixation of nitrogen and leaves the plants greener.

This year, the estimate is that the yield of soybeans will stay at some 55.66 bags of 60 kilograms per hectare, according to the Mato Grosso Institute of Agricultural Economics. Alexandre Kurosaki, territorial marketing manager at BASF, explains that though there are favorable estimates, a guarantee is needed that the crop reaches the maximum productivity, and cites Bomvoro as an ally for the correct treatment of seeds. “A crop conducted with seeds not treated can generate losses that vary between 10% and 40% and is directly related to stand failures, due to bad germination and development of seedlings, deficient sowing, incidence of plagues and diseases, time of sowing and climate conditions,” said Kurosaki.

See full article at Agropages

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