The Trial

BASF has a long-standing history in developing market-leading chemistry to protect wheat crops against major disease, so as you’d expect, we’re strong believers in our Xemium® fungicides, Adexar® and Librax®*. So much so, we have been willing to put our time, technology and investment where our mouth is. In other words, we’ve tested them in labs and in plot trials; now we’re prepared to prove it in the real world. With that in mind, this year, we asked 50 farmers to take part on their own farm, under their own conditions and test our products, against any other SDHI.

The data from each of these trials has been supplied and subject to analysis by using cutting edge Agronomics technology by our independent industry partners, ADAS and AgSpace to ensure unique scientific credibility.

*Adexar contains fluxapyroxad and epoxiconazole. Librax contains fluxapyroxad and metconazole. Adexar and Librax are registered trademarks of BASF. Always read the label and product information before use. For further product information including warning phrases and symbols, refer to agricentre.basf.co.uk

See the Real Results right here...

In 2017, we invited 50 farmers to test our products against any SDHI on their own farms. The results are now in. You can see all the results from the trials here and discover how BASF can help you be more certain.

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Explore the map to find out more about our 50 farmers*.

DIY Trial Pack

If you’re not involved in the trial directly, please download the DIY trial guide for information and advice on how to set up your own trial that can be benchmarked against the other 50 farmers at the end of the season.

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Key contacts

Below is a list of our Agronomy Managers and key contacts for the trial. Please get in touch with the relevant contact if you need more information or advice. If you’re one of the 50 farmers in the trial, your local Agronomy Manager should be in touch shortly if they haven’t been already.

*Please note that whilst 50 farmers have been selected to be part of the Wheat Trial, however some of the farmers have requested that their details are kept anonymous.