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    Welcome to all our current and new customers.

    Scott Kay, Vice President BASF Agricultural Solutions division for North America

    Dear customers,

    We couldn’t be more excited to announce that BASF has acquired several assets from Bayer, including seeds, trait technologies and crop protection products. This new range of solutions will strengthen our ability to provide you — our customers — with the tools and innovations you need to operate and grow your business.

    Our portfolio got bigger, but our goal remains the same:  To deliver best-in-class innovation with our accessible field team of experts that is second to none. That is also why we’re pleased to welcome the talented team of experts behind these products to ensure a seamless business transition for our growers and retail partners.

    Now, more than ever, it is critical that you have experts that you can rely on…and that is why we are creating a structure of seed experts and chemical experts that can help you reach your business goals. Customers are the backbone of this company, and we grow so you can grow. Whether you are a lifelong customer or new to BASF, thank you for your tremendous support. I am personally committed to our future success together.

    Sincerely,

    Important things to know:

    Our team is committed to providing a seamless transition and a very positive customer experience. Please review the information below, as well as the list of key contacts who are prepared to answer all your questions. We also have a dedicated Customer Information Hotline to answer any questions related to the acquired brands or acquisition. Please call 1-877-622-7222, M-F, 8am to 5pm, CST or email  info@askbasf.com.

    Divested Brands

    Liberty®, Rely®,  Finale®, InVigor®, Credenz®, Stoneville®, FiberMax®, Liberty Link®, Poncho®, Poncho®/VOTiVO® and ILeVO®.

    Ordering

    What is the “cutover period?”
    The “cutover period,” which began upon the close of the BASF/Bayer transaction, is the period when systems and data are transferred over to BASF. We expect this cutover period to last approximately five days. There will be little to no impact on ordering and delivery of acquired brands.

    Will I be able to place orders without interruption during the transition period/cutover-period?
    Yes, you will be able to place orders via phone or email. Refer to the graphic below to review the Customer Order Schedule from Cutover through Go Live for both chemistry and seed.

    What are the customer service numbers and email addresses for ordering any of the divested products now that the BASF/Bayer transaction has closed?
    Customers should use the contact information below to place orders by phone or email, and to call or email your customer service representative:

    For Liberty®, Rely®

    Email: APN_WorldAccount@basf.com
    Tel: 1-800-551-2767

    Isabelle Britt
    Email: isabelle.britt@agriculture.basf-se.com
    Office:984-287-2869
    Mobile: 919-437-1363

    Nikki King
    Email: nikki.king@agriculture.basf-se.com
    Office:984-287-2888
    Mobile: 919-812-0035

    Cap Latta
    Email: cap.latta.ext@agriculture.basf-se.com
    Office: 984-287-2892
    Mobile: 919-624-4042

    For ILeVO®

    Email: APN_WorldAccount@basf.com
    Tel: 1-800-551-2767

    Tim Bayles
    Email: timothy.bayles@basf.com
    Office: 919-547-2097

    Larry Bethea
    Email: lawrence.bethea@basf.com
    Office: 919-425-5004
    Mobile: 919-417-3405

    LaWanda McBride
    Email: lawanda.mcbride@basf.com
    Office: 919-547-2190

    For Seed

    Email: customerservice_us_seeds@agro.basf-se.com
    Tel: 1-800-844-7627

    Danene Browne
    Email: danene.brown@agro.basf-se.com
    Office: 984-287-2741
    Mobile: 910-549-7217

    Mandy Chamberlain
    Email: mandy.chamberlain@agro.basf-se.com
    Office: 984-287-2746
    Mobile: 919-475-4152

    Coy Christensen
    Email: coy.christensen@agro.basf-se.com
    Office: 919-475-2160
    Mobile: 919-475-2160

    Scott Griffie
    Email: scott.griffie@agro.basf-se.com
    Office: 870-946-2087
    Mobile: 870-344-2701

    Jackie Landgrebe
    Email: jackie.landgrebe@agro.basf-se.com
    Office: 636-257-9011
    Mobile: 314-541-0567

    Nicole McGrath
    Email: nicole.mcgrath@agro.basf-se.com
    Office: 984-287-2897
    Mobile: 919-695-5596

    Felicia Waller
    Email: felicia.waller@agro.basf-se.com
    Office: 984-287-2828
    Mobile: 984-227-3375

    What happens to any existing open orders that were placed before closing?
    Any open orders which were not filled by Bayer at the time of the transaction close were considered an open order by Bayer and were closed by Bayer. Upon closing, a list of these orders was transferred to BASF. A BASF Customer Service Representative will reach out to customers to assist with placing new orders. For any questions on open orders, please reach out to your BASF Customer Service Representative.

    What do I do if I placed my order before closing but it did not get shipped or I did not pick it up?
    Any open orders which were not filled by Bayer at the time of the transaction close were closed by Bayer. A list of these orders was transferred to BASF. A BASF Customer Service Representative will reach out to customers to place a new order.

    If I ordered before closing, can I make the return to BASF now that the transaction has closed?
    BASF does not accept returns of chemical brands. Call 800-551-2767 if you would like more information.

    For information on seed returns, please contact your Customer Service Representative directly or call 800-844-7627.

    Will the soybean online ordering tool still be available now that the transaction has closed?
    No, the Bayer online ordering tool did not transfer to BASF. We are in the process of developing a tool that meets customer needs, however, this will not be available for the 2019 season.

    Did the 1-800 numbers that are included on the Bayer labels change after the transaction close? If so, what is the new number I should call if I have a question?
    Upon close of the transaction, the 1-800 numbers included on the Bayer labels were routed to BASF. Please refer to the “Key Contact Information” document for specific information on who to contact with questions.

    What is the return policy for FiberMax®, Stoneville® and InVigor®? Who do I contact?
    Please contact your BASF Customer Service Representative for information on respective product returns.

    What is the dump policy for Credenz®? Who do I contact?
    Please contact your local Seed Advisor or Danene Brown, Customer Service Representative for information on the dump policy for Credenz. Danene’s contact information is:

    Danene Browne
    Email: danene.brown@agro.basf-se.com
    Office: 984-287-2741
    Mobile: 910-549-7217

    What is the return policy for glufosinate brands?
    BASF does not accept returns of chemical brands, including Liberty®, Rely® and ILeVO®. Please contact your BASF
    Customer Service Representative for any inquiries.

    What happens to my Farm Chem monitors, tank ownership/payments and repack agreements?
    Customers will keep the monitors, and information was transferred to BASF post-close. Repack agreements issued by Bayer will be valid until the EPA issues BASF a registration number for Liberty. The transfer of federal registration from Bayer to BASF will commence a few months after closing. Once federal registration is complete, state approvals will follow. Upon receipt of the registration number, BASF will issue new repack agreements to all Liberty bulk locations.

    We will continue to keep you up-to-date on timelines for Liberty, Rely and ILeVO federal and state registration transfer to BASF and its impact on repack agreements. Where do I order bulk equipment?
    Your BASF field sales representatives will order bulk equipment on your behalf through the BASF Bulk website.

    Delivery

    Will I still be able to pick up seed and glufosinate orders directly from a public warehouse?
    Yes, you will be able to pick up orders from the same warehouse as before, once the order is confirmed by Customer Service.

    Below is a list of warehouses:

    AG Depot
    1160 12th St NE
    Grand Forks, ND 58201

    American Warehousing 
    106 US 117 Bypass South
    Goldsboro, NC 27533

    Cascio Storage & Warehouse
    1795 N. Theobald Street
    Greenville, MS 38701

    Fidelity Warehouse
    818 East Expressway 83
    Weslaco, TX 78596

    Frontier Warehouse
    568 Grange Lane
    Twin Falls, ID 83301

    Gray Distribution Services
    1315 Industry Avenue
    Albany, GA 31707

    Inland Empire Distribution
    1211 E. St. Helen’s, Suite B
    Pasco, WA 99301

    Jacobson Warehouse Company
    3901 Dixon Avenue
    Des Moines, IA 50313

    Lineage Logistics
    3030 Parkway Drive
    Decatur, IL 62526

    Nickey Warehouse
    3185 Tranquility Driv
    Memphis, TN 38116

    Robertson Bonded Warehouse
    833 E. 40th Street
    Lubbock, TX 79404

    Omnium
    1280 Imperial Road
    Hampton, IA50441

    Wright Distribution Center
    1000 Hanthorn Road
    Lima, OH 45804

    Desert Depot
    3050 South Ave 7E
    Yuma, AZ 85365

    Who do I contact to check on an order shipped prior to close?
    All orders that were shipped prior to Bayer/BASF transaction close will continue to be the responsibility of Bayer. Please contact Bayer at 800-334-8577 regarding any orders shipped prior to close.

    Will there be any changes to the way that seed is transferred between retailers?
    No, there will be no changes to the way that seed is transferred between retailers.

    What is the updated process for bulk delivery?
    There is no change to the bulk delivery process.

    What happens if an order is in transit at the time of closing?
    If an order was in transit at the time of closing, it will be delivered as promised. If you have a question on an order in transit, please contact Bayer customer service at 800-334-8577.

    Invoicing / Payments

    Did my current tax-exempt number with Bayer transition to BASF?
    No, tax exempt numbers for Bayer are no longer valid. A new tax-exemption certificate made out to BASF and dated on or after the close of the BASF/Bayer transaction will need to be filed to ensure that purchases for the products listed below will continue to bill tax exempt.

    • InVigor® customers: Certificates should be made out to BASF Agricultural Solutions Canola US LLC.
    • Liberty®, Rely® and Finale® customers: Certificates should be made out to BASF Agricultural Solutions US LLC.
    • Stoneville®, FiberMax® and Credenz® customers: Certificates should be made out to BASF Agricultural Solutions Seeds US LLC.
    • ILeVO® customers: Certificates should be made out to BASF Corporation.

    A BASF Customer Service representative will contact accounts for completed certificates. All completed certificates should be emailed to APN_WorldAccount@basf.com.

    How do I know which company to pay for my order on divested products (Bayer or BASF)?
    Please pay the company that issued the invoice and follow the invoice remittance terms.

    • Liberty, Rely, Finale, ILeVO package and totes; InVigor Seed; Credenz all packs:
      • Products shipped prior to the BASF/Bayer transaction close will be invoiced by Bayer. Products shipped post BASF/Bayer transaction close will be invoiced by BASF.
    • Liberty Bulk:
      • Product delivered prior to the BASF/Bayer transaction close will be invoiced by Bayer. Product delivered post BASF/Bayer transaction close will be invoiced by BASF.
    • Stoneville and FiberMax: 
      • BASF will invoice based on agency agreement.

    Will prices change on acquired products now that the BASF/Bayer transaction has closed?
    No, pricing on these products will remain the same for the remainder of the 2018 season.

    Where do I find the BASF price list?
    BASF will distribute pricing information for the acquired brands via our field sales representatives.

    Will the product codes, which I use to place an order or report sales, change now that the BASF/Bayer transaction has closed?
    Product codes will remain consistent for purchasing and reporting with the exception of the ILeVO brands. New GTIN identifiers were assigned for the products that transferred to BASF, but this will only impact those customers receiving seed ship notices and seed invoices. New product codes for ILeVO will be communicated.

    What legal entity will I purchase from now that the BASF/Bayer transaction has closed and will it be the same for all products?
    The legal and regulatory complexities of the divestiture resulted in three new legal entities. We are committed to consolidating the acquired products and new entities into BASF Corporation as soon as possible but in the interim customers will be invoiced and asked to remit purchase orders and payments to multiple legal entities.

    Liberty®, Rely®, Finale®

    BASF Agricultural Solutions US LLC
    100 Park Avenue
    Florham Park, NJ 07932

    JPMorgan Chase Bank
    ABA# 021000021
    Account# 935130125

    BASF Agricultural Solutions US LLC
    Attn: Lockbox 29864
    29864 Network Place
    Chicago, IL 60673-1298

    Stoneville®, FiberMax®, Credenz®

    BASF Agricultural Solutions Seed US LLC
    100 Park Avenue
    Florham Park, NJ 07932

    JPMorgan Chase Bank
    ABA# 021000021
    Account# 935129960

    BASF Agricultural Solutions Seed US LLC
    Attn: Lockbox 29878
    29878 Network Place
    Chicago, IL 60673-1298

    InVigor®

    BASF Agricultural Solutions Canola US LLC
    100 Park Avenue
    Florham Park, NJ 07932

    JPMorgan Chase Bank
    ABA# 021000021
    Account# 935129713

    BASF Agricultural Solutions Canola US LLC
    Attn: Lockbox 29900
    29900 Network Place
    Chicago, IL 60673-1299

    ILeVO®

    BASF Agricultural Solutions 
    100 Park Avenue
    Florham Park, NJ 07932

    JPMorgan Chase Bank
    ABA# 021000021
    Account# 400348004

    BASF Corporation
    Attn: Lockbox 29492
    29492 Network Place
    Chicago, IL 60673-1294

    Credit / Financing

    Will my credit limits change?
    BASF established credit limits with all active customers upon closing. Credit limits are in line with the credit limit that was in place before the closing of the transaction. BASF reserves the right to review limits at any time.

    Will I have to reapply for credit?
    No, reapplying for credit will not be necessary. BASF reserves the right to review credit limits based on information pertinent to a customer’s credit situation. Any such discussions would occur between the BASF credit team and the customer.

    How do I get my credit limits increased?
    If you believe there is a need for a credit limit increase, please call the following members of our BASF Credit Team:

    For Liberty®, Rely®, Finale®, Stoneville®, FiberMax®, InVigor®, Credenz®

    Contact: Carlisa Cooper
    Tel: 984-287-2982

    For ILeVO®

    Contact: Denise Watson
    Tel: 973-245-6574

    Can a grower still finance through both John Deere Finance and Rabo Agrifinance now that the BASF/Bayer transaction has closed?
    BASF will offer financing through JDF and Rabo for the remainder of the 2018 season.

    • Full program details can be found at Data Dimensions, www.yourdatadimensions.com, and are also available via your BASF Field Sales Representative.
    • Any financed product under the Bayer financing programs that occurred prior to closing will be managed by Bayer. Any questions related to those financed transactions should be directed to Bayer.

    Sales & Inventory Reporting

    Will there be changes to my sales and inventory reporting processes?
    Sales reporting will be done as follows:

    For electronic transmissions:

    • Reporting sales, inventory, orders, ship notices, O2C/Order-to-cash transactions for Liberty®, Rely®, Finale®,Stoneville®, FiberMax®, InVigor® and Credenz® brands:
      • Electronic communications for the divested products need to be transmitted to a new, unique business entity.
        • The GLN and company name for this new entity is 0843665100001 – BASF Agricultural Solutions US LLC
        • For customers that currently communicate electronically directly with Bayer, the IP address and certificates to be utilized for transactions of divested products to be communicated to the new entity will need to be set up as follows:
          • IP Address: 213.144.1.42
          • URL – Prod: https://asp09b6-gw.txx.seeburger.de/ebxml-txx3asp09b6as-10581
          • URL – Test: http://asp09b6-gw.txx.seeburger.de/ebxml-txx3asp09b6ts1-10581
          • SFTP Connection IP address: 195.219.232.228
        • For customers that communicate electronically via third parties such as F4F or AgData, you will continue to communicate in the same manner that you do today with the exception of appropriate changes to the “envelope” information provided for the new entity.
        • BASF will retain the existing Bayer material IDs and customer IDs for these brands.
        • New, unique Global Trade Item Numbers (GTINs) have been generated based on the new Location Number noted above. These new GTINs are loaded in the AGIIS directory.
        • Now that the BASF/Bayer transaction has closed, you will receive a communication from AgData with further information along with the material IDs and the name of your primary point of contact.
    • Report sales, inventory, orders, ship notices, O2C/Order-to-cash transactions for ILeVO® Seed Treatment Brands:
      • Electronic communications for the divested Seed Treatment products need to be transmitted directly to BASF using the same transmission protocol that is used today for BASF Crop Protection.
      • BASF will issue new material IDs for these brands.

    Now that the BASF/Bayer transaction has closed, you will receive a communication from your BASF EDI contact who will provide information along with the new material IDs for sales and inventory reporting. Independent retail customers will no longer be required to report inventory of Liberty, Rely or ILeVO. These inventory volumes will be collected by your local BASF field representative.

    Customers should be prepared to provide this data to their local BASF field sales representative when requested.

    How do I access my sales history that I currently get through the online ordering tool?
    The legacy Bayer CropScience online ordering tool will no longer be available now that the BASF/Bayer transaction has closed. Sales history is available from your local BASF field sales representatives.

    Where do I go to report my ending inventory?
    Distributors will continue to report inventory as they normally would through traditional reporting channels (AgData).

    Now that the BASF/Bayer transaction has closed, independent customers will no longer be required to report inventory of Liberty®, Rely® and ILeVO® products. Inventory volumes will be collected by your local BASF field sales representative.

    Customers should be prepared to provide this data to their BASF field sales representatives when requested.

    Business Terms & Agreements

    Will I need a new agreement for seed production for LibertyLink® or Balance® GT?
    Seed production agreements have transferred to BASF and no action is needed from the customer. If you have any questions please reach out to your local seed production representative.

    Will I need a new commercial agreement for any of the acquired seed brands?

    • Certain agreements transferred to BASF upon the closing of the BASF/Bayer transaction and are in effect.
      • Stoneville® and FiberMax® agency agreements transferred to BASF upon close of the BASF/Bayer transaction.
      • Retailer agreements related to Credenz® seed transferred to BASF.
    • Distribution agreements related to InVigor® seed, Liberty, Rely and ILeVO did not transfer and BASF is working to establish new agreements. Strategic Account Managers will contact customers to arrange execution of a new agreement or amendment of an existing BASF agreement.

    Where do I find the BASF terms and conditions of sale?
    Standard BASF Terms and Conditions have been updated for the acquired products. These are available on our customer information portal and from your BASF field sales representative.

    What do I do about repack agreements for Bulk?
    Repack agreements issued by Bayer will be valid until the EPA issues BASF a registration number for Liberty. The transfer of federal registration from Bayer to BASF will commence a few months after closing. Once federal registration is complete, state approvals will follow. Upon receipt of the registration number, BASF will issue new repack agreements to all Liberty bulk locations.

    We will continue to keep you up-to-date on timelines for Liberty, Rely and ILeVO federal and state registration transfer to BASF and its impact on repack agreements.

    Do I need a new LibertyLink stewardship agreement?
    No, you do not. Legacy Bayer CropScience stewardship agreements are transferring to BASF.

    Where do I find (BGTA) Trait Stewardship agreements if I still need to sign?
    LibertyLink Trait along with other acquired cotton, soybeans and canola trait agreements are being transitioned to BASF through the AgCelerate® tool. AgCelerate should continue to be used for the creation and management of trait agreements. If you have any questions about your AgCelerate account please call the AgCelerate Support Hotline at 866-784-4630 or visit the AgCelerate website at www.agcelerate.com.

    Claims / Technical

    Who do I contact if I have a claim (product quality, performance, replant or shared risk)?
    Contact your BASF Authorized Retailer, BASF Business Representative, Seed Advisor or Innovation Specialist regarding all product and seed claim questions.

    What happens to a claim I made before the closing of the BASF/Bayer transaction? Who is responsible to make that payment?
    All claims submitted and approved prior to the close of the BASF/Bayer transaction will be fulfilled by Bayer. Any claims in-process (submitted but not approved) will be transferred to BASF for approval and fulfilment. All new claims made after the closing will be processed, approved and fulfilled by BASF. A BASF field sales representative will contact you if there are any questions or actions needed regarding claims still in process.

    Where can I find technical information about a product?
    Technical product information is available from BASF field sales representatives and BASF websites. 

    Are the Bayer Liberty®, Rely®, ILeVO®, Poncho® and Poncho/VOTiVO® labels still valid now that the BASF/Bayer transaction has closed?
    Yes, the US EPA has allowed for overlapping registrations while BASF works on submitting and receiving state registrations. BASF will communicate timelines for federal and state registrations as they become available to keep you up to date.

    What happens to EPA establishment numbers now that the closing of the BASF/Bayer transaction has taken place?
    The EPA has allowed for continued use of the current EPA establishment numbers while BASF works through the regulatory process to obtain new establishment numbers.

    Programs

    What happens to programs now that the BASF/Bayer transaction has closed?

    • In the majority of cases, there are very few differences between the core offer in the legacy Bayer programs and the newly launched BASF programs. Please be sure to read all newly launched 2018 marketing programs to familiarize yourself with the BASF terms and conditions. For Distributors and Retailers, these have also been posted to the Data Dimensions website, www.yourdatadimensions.com, so you can access and download copies. Feel free to contact your BASF field sales representative any time with questions.
    • Normally, the Market Year for BASF Marketing Programs runs October 1 through September 30. Please note that the newly launched 2018 marketing programs have effective dates from September 1, 2017, through September 30, 2018. This will allow BASF to launch the 2019 marketing programs with effective dates of October 1 through September 30 and align all marketing programs around a common 12-month period. This means that for the 2018 market year, calculations will include a thirteenth month of sales data.

    Refer to the “Program Matrix Grower” document for specific information on programs.

    When will BASF pay marketing program rebates?
    BASF will pay all marketing program rebates related to the acquired brands on or before December 22, 2018.

    What dates will BASF be using for its program year?
    Bayer and BASF operated different season dates in their respective programs. As described on page 10, the BASF 2018 season for programs, including the conveying brands, will be September 1, 2017, to September 30, 2018. Transactions during this period will be considered for program calculations. For the 2019 season, BASF will be operating all programs on October 1, 2018, to September 30, 2019, dates.

    Who will handle 2018 program reconciliation for seed?
    Reconciliation for acquired seed brands will be handled by BASF for the 2018 season.

    Will Bayer’s published programs be modified as a result of this divestment?
    Any questions regarding Bayer programs not covered in this document should be directed to Bayer.

    Will my Innovation Plus Grower Reward Points transfer to BASF?
    Questions regarding Innovation Plus points earned should be directed to Bayer. As described in this document, the legacy Bayer Innovation Plus Southern Row Crop Program has been split and components related to the acquired brands will participate in a new 2018 BASF Grower Southern Row Crop Program. Accrual values have been transferred to BASF and payout will be made in the form of a check as opposed to earned Innovation Plus points.

    Will BASF offer financing of the acquired brands?
    BASF is launching finance offers with both John Deere Financial and Rabo AgriFinance for eligible purchases from the closing date till the end of the 2018 season – see program terms and conditions for details. All BASF programs can be found at the Data Dimensions website at www.yourdatadimensions.com.

    How will Inventory Protection be managed for Liberty®, Rely® and ILeVO®?
    BASF added Liberty, Rely and ILeVO to the 2018 BASF Inventory Protection Program. Distributors should refer to the program document for full terms and conditions.

    When will BASF launch the 2019 programs?
    BASF intends to launch Credenz® programs for the 2019 season soon after closing, which will be similar in nature to the 2019 Bayer Credenz program. Programs for InVigor®, FiberMax®, Stoneville®, Liberty, Rely and ILeVO will be launched at the end of September 2018. All programs will go into effect for transactions taking place from October 1, 2018, to September 30, 2019.

    Where can I find the BASF programs
    BASF programs can be found at the Data Dimensions website, www.yourdatadimensions.com. Your BASF field sales representative will also share copies of the BASF programs.

    Will Liberty count towards the retail sales minimum qualification in any 2018 BASF programs?
    Yes, Liberty and Rely will count towards the retail sales minimum in BASF programs for the 2018 season.

    Product Launches

    Are Balance® GT/GT27, Balance GTLL/LibertyLink® GT27 and MGI part of the acquisition from Bayer?
    Yes, they are included in the assets of Bayer’s soybean/cotton seed and trait business that BASF acquired. BASF acquired all rights and obligations that result from Bayer’s cooperation with MS Technologies on Balance GT/GT27 and Balance GTLL/LibertyLink GT27 soybeans that are currently being launched; and from cooperation with Syngenta on MGI soybeans that are in development.

    Please visit the MS technology website for information on the launch of these two herbicide-tolerant systems in soybeans.

    Balance GT/GT27 – www.gt27soybeans.com

    Balance GTLL/LibertyLink GT27 – www.balancegtllsoybeans.com

    Will BASF launch Balance Bean herbicide?
    BASF acquired the rights from Bayer to isoxaflutol-based herbicides for use on crops that are tolerant to isoxaflutol as a result of genetic modification. This includes the rights to Balance Bean. In the US, BASF intends to launch Balance Bean, an isoxaflutol herbicide specifically developed for use on Balance GT/GT27 and MGI soybeans, as soon as it receives US registration, which is expected sometime in 2018.

    You mention Poncho®/VOTiVO® as an acquired brand. Does that also mean BASF acquired Poncho/VOTiVO 2.0?
    Yes, BASF did acquire Poncho/VOTiVO 2.0. Please reach out to your BASF Seed Treatment Account Manager for more information on the launch or visit the Poncho/VOTiVO 2.0 product webpage.

    Liberty® Herbicide

    Credenz® Soybeans

    FiberMax® Cotton

    Stoneville® Cotton

    Poncho®/ VOTiVO®

    InVigor® Canola
     

    LibertyLink®
     

    ILeVO®
     

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