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This website is a subscriber only site which provides instant access to a comprehensive, up-to-date database of agrichemicals that are available for use in New Zealand. It does not include home or garden formulations, veterinary chemicals, fertilisers or timber treatment products.

Products are cross referenced by trade names, active ingredients, chemical groups and genre. Our search facility lets you select individual crops, weeds or pests to find the relevant product. Where available each product has the relevant Safety Data Sheet (SDS), Haznote and Label in PDF format which can be downloaded, printed or emailed.

All this information is also available in printed form in the 888 page 2016/2017 manual for NZ$155.00 plus GST. Subscribers to this manual automatically receive a twelve month subscription to this website. For those who would prefer to subscribe to the website only they can do so for NZ$125.00 plus GST per annum.  The 2016/2017 manual has over 200 product listing changes since the last edition.

The website also includes the latest news and information from the agrichemical industry as well as a comprehensive advisory section.

IMPORTANT NOTICE:  Sharing User IDs is a violation of the terms of service and can result in immediate deactivation.



News Feed


19/05/2017

Myrtle Rust Alert

Myrtle rust is a fungus which can have serious consequences on various species of plants in the myrtle family, including New Zealand native plants such as: Pōhutukawa, Rata, Mānuka, Kānuka, Ramarama, Rōhutu and Swamp maire. More



26/04/2017

New higher label use rate recommendation for Firebird herbicide

Last spring Firebird received a new higher dose registration resulting in a recommended application rate of between 300 and 500 ml per ha in wheat and barley. More



26/04/2017

Best kale ever after Exirel application.

A single application of insecticide led to the best kale crops produced on the property of Wade Macnicol, of Roxburgh, this season. More






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