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BASF announces new wheat seed varieties

BASF plans to launch its first new wheat seed varieties with main season spring wheats, suitable for New South Wales and Victorian growers.

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 Gavin Jackson, head of Agricultural Solutions ANZ BASF, Simon Crane, national manager Seednet, and Rob Hall, head of Seeds ANZ BASF. Picture courtesy BASF.

Gavin Jackson, head of Agricultural Solutions ANZ BASF, Simon Crane, national manager Seednet, and Rob Hall, head of Seeds ANZ BASF. Picture courtesy BASF.

BASF will work with Seednet as its commercial partner to license the new varieties, currently on track for launch to Australian growers in 2021. "These are the first wheat varieties to be commercialised...

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