New insecticide specifically targets soybean aphids

by | Mar 15, 2019 | 5 Ag Stories, Commodity Classic 2019, News

An agriculture chemical company offers farmers a new tool ahead of the spring season.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently granted BASF registration approval for Sefina Inscalis, a new soybean insecticide.

Duanne Rathmann, BASF technical service representative for southern Minnesota, says the product is unique, as it strategically targets soybean aphids, leaving natural predators unharmed.

AUDIO: Duane Rathmann, BASF