Source: BASF press release
BASF announced that Stamina fungicide seed treatment use has been expanded to include a number of crops, including cotton, dried peas and beans, shelled peas and beans, sorghum, edible legumes, oats, sugar beets and sunflower contained in supplemental labeling.
"Growers have seen Stamina provide outstanding disease protection," said Chris Exton, Seed Solutions Marketing Manager for BASF. "The supplemental label for Stamina gives seed producers and their grower customers additional opportunities to control diseases on a wider variety of crops."
Stamina fungicide seed treatment is part of a growing BASF SeedSolutions portfolio that offers outstanding protection with best seed vitality and innovative technology, thus fulfilling the needs of both farmers and seed industry partners. In addition to Stamina, the BASF seed treatment portfolio includes: Charter fungicide seed treatment formulations for wheat and barley; Charter F2 fungicide seed treatment, for wheat and barley, Acquire fungicide seed treatment for many crops; Coronet fungicide seed treatment for certain vegetable crops; and Axcess insecticide seed treatment for many crops.