BASF recently announced new Zidua® PRO pre-emergent herbicide for soybean farmers so we caught up with Technical Marketing Manager Daniel Waldstein to provide the latest details.
“It’s got three unique chemistries combined together that gives us three different sites of action,” said Waldstein. “That gives us broad spectrum weed control for grasses and broadleaves and it also gives us built-in resistance management for growers.”
Waldstein says the pre-emergent residual component of Zidua PRO herbicide provides a good starting point for season-long control of weeds like Palmer amaranth, waterhemp and marestail. “At BASF we have the motto ‘start clean and stay clean’ and there’s really never a good time to have weeds in your soybean fields,” he said.
Zidua PRO herbicide pairs with post-emergent herbicides containing additional sites of action, including BASF’s soon-to-be-approved Engenia™ herbicide. Learn more in this interview: [wpaudio url=”http://traffic.libsyn.com/zimmcomm/nafb-16-basf-waldstein.mp3″ text=”Interview with Daniel Waldstein, BASF”]