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BASF files worldwide submissions for two products


June 29, 2010
By Dave Harrison


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June 29, 2010, Mississauga, Ont. – BASF has
made
multi-lateral, worldwide regulatory submissions for two new products –
XEMIUM
fungicide and INITIUM fungicide.



June 29, 2010, Mississauga, Ont. – BASF has made
multi-lateral, worldwide regulatory submissions for two new products – XEMIUM™
fungicide and INITIUM™ fungicide. These two new fungicides were
submitted to the regulatory authorities in Canada, the United States, New
Zealand and Australia simultaneously and will be reviewed under global review.

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“Ongoing laboratory and in-field research shows
that these products will provide a unique fit for Canadian growers across all
crop markets,” said Brian Denys, business director, BASF Canada Crop
Protection. “XEMIUM and INITIUM fungicides are the result of the BASF research
and discovery process. We are committed to bringing innovative solutions to the
market to help growers get the most out of every acre.”

BASF researches more than 100,000 chemical
compounds for each one it brings to the market. BASF has several new crop
protection products in its pipeline, with 28 products expected to be introduced
during the next four years.

XEMIUM, a novel broad-spectrum compound, is
being studied in a wide range of crops including fruits, vegetables and row
crops.

INITIUM fungicide, a new class of chemistry, is
being researched on a number of specialty crops and will bring growers added
disease protection.

 


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