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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



26/04/2017

Dow AgroSciences rolls out "the perfect all-rounder."

Wild oats and fumitory - not to mention several other grass and broadleaf weeds - have met their match in wheat and triticale this season with the launch of Rexade from Dow AgroSciences. More



26/04/2017

Biofungicide first of its kind in NZ market.

A unique new biofungicide for grapes is now available for growers in New Zealand and the company which researched and registered it here is working on obtaining regulatory approval for other crops as well. More



26/04/2017

Glyphosate revisited

It's a case of back to the future with glyphosate salts for one supplier which is committed to tried and trusted formulations. More



26/04/2017

Bolide launch broadens cereal fungicide options

A unique dual-active fungicide from Adama New Zealand gives cereal growers a welcome new option for more efficient, cost effective disease management in wheat and barley this season. More



26/04/2017

New active approved for powdery mildew in apples

Apples growers are now able to incorporate a brand new active ingredient into their powdery mildew control programmes thanks to the launch of Esteem from Zelam. More



08/12/2016

Apache takes brushweed control to new heights

The latest herbicide from Dow AgroSciences has been described as an exciting breakthrough in brushweed control on pastoral hill country by one of the contractors who has helped trial the product. More



08/12/2016

Farmer enthusiasm with use of beneficial insects in forage brassicas

Demonstration trials showing the use of beneficial insects in forage brassica crops to combat major pests have been met with enthusiasm by farmers looking to reduce applications of chemicals and maintain the yield and quality of their forage. More



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