When Erin Hills was hosting its first major championship, Zach Reineking turned to Intrinsic brand fungicides to help condition his turf.
As a superintendent, you want innovative solutions that optimize disease, weed and insect control on your course. Year after year, BASF invests in research and development to provide new ideas that will keep your cool-season or warm-season turf healthy and resilient. The result is the BASF portfolio of herbicides, fungicides and insecticides, high-performance products that will help you deliver championship conditions, all year round.
Keep cool-season turfgrass healthy and resilient with BASF solutions, which help deliver championship conditions year-round — even during the stress of warmer months.
Warm-season turfgrass brings particular challenges. To help ensure championship conditions, even when summer weeds arrive, you can rely on BASF innovations.
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Healthy turf is the best defense in every region. To find out what the BASF portfolio of innovative products can do for your course, download a regional solutions guide.
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Dollar spot has met its match. For effective control all season long, follow the Dollar Spot Foundation Program from BASF. Featuring Xzemplar® fungicide as a key foundational product, this cool-season program provides the ultimate in protection from dollar spot, summer patch, and brown patch.