New BASF biological solution helps farmers combat drought

A new, innovative strain of drought-tolerant rhizobium inoculant by BASF is making significant improvements to farming sustainability and productivity in dry areas of Australia.

The specially-developed inoculant enables Tedera, a new pasture legume variety for water deficient soils, to survive in difficult landscapes and dry conditions; transforming dormant land into plentiful paddocks across dry areas in Western Australia and South Australia.

With 65 years of experience in biological inoculants, BASF produced an innovative strain of drought-tolerant rhizobium – under the brand name Nodulaid® – that enables the legume to survive and be productive in difficult conditions.


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