In an effort to support Arkansas growers facing weed management issues, BASF is making changes to its Grow Smart Rewards program. Designed for "proactive and planning-minded growers," the updated program specifically gears itself for Arkansas farmers as a new ban on dicamba has limited their ability to combat herbicide resistance. To help farmers, the updated Grow Smart Rewards program will offer greater reward-earning methods for pairing BASF’s Verdict herbicide or Sharpen herbicide which have been proven to work in the same way as previous dicamba herbicides.
In order to draw more customers into the Grow Smart Rewards program, BASF is offering earning calculations for both legacy and new members to the program. These earning calculations will be used to calculate the amount of cash-back given to each grower and the company is even offering several different incentives for different combinations of herbicides purchased.
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