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BASF: Maxtima Fungicide

October 11, 2019 By
Introducing Maxtima® fungicide, an advanced new turf-safe, broad-spectrum demethylase inhibitor (DMI) you can afford to spray at any temperature, on any turf, anywhere on your course. It’s cost effective for fairways and can be used to bring disease-free playing conditions ...

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BASF launches new fungicides for U.S. turf markets

July 12, 2019 By
BASF launched two new fungicides for the turf market. Maxtima fungicide and Navicon Intrinsic brand fungicide feature the new Revysol active ingredient and provide broad-spectrum control on diseases such as dollar spot, anthracnose and spring dead spot. This chemistry is ...

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BASF unveils panel lineup, special events for GIS 2019

January 22, 2019 By
At the 2019 Golf Industry Show, the BASF booth (#1939) will feature giveaways, an Inside the Science Virtual Reality experience, live education from industry professionals and a BASF punching machine that lets you see how your power matches up to ...

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BASF appoints Stephanie Jensen as director of professional & specialty solutions

March 12, 2018 By
Stephanie Jensen has joined the BASF Professional & Specialty Solutions (P&SS) business as its director for U.S. business. The P&SS business focuses on solutions for customers in the pest control, turf, ornamentals and vegetation management/forestry markets. Jensen has been with BASF for 16 ...

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BASF: Lexicon Intrinsic

January 5, 2018 By
When failure is not an option, turn to Lexicon Intrinsic brand fungicide. This is a foundation product that battles your toughest diseases by combining Xemium, the latest in carboxamide technology, with the proven success of Insignia Intrinsic brand fungicide. Lexicon ...

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Monarch (butterflies) of the links

December 1, 2017 By
Monarch butterfly populations have been declining in the United States since the late 1990s. One of many factors contributing to the decline is the shrinking number of milkweed plants, which are critical to their reproduction cycle. The monarch migration starts ...

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