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Welcome to the NZ Novachem Agrichemical website.


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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 900 page 2018/2019 manual for NZ$160 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$130.00 plus GST per annum. 

The 2016/2017 Novachem is still available, please email admin@agrimedia.co.nz to order.

The website also includes the latest news and information from the agrichemical industry.

IMPORTANT NOTICE:  Sharing User IDs is a violation of the terms of service and can result in immediate deactivation. See the Novachem Website & Online Subscription terms.


News Feed


01/10/2019

Agcarm affirms safety of glyphosate

Glyphosate is used in New Zealand by farmers, councils and home gardeners. It has recorded more than 40 years of safe use and has been the subject of over 800 studies, all of which have confirmed its safety. More



09/09/2019

Smart science helps solve spring feed deficit

Spring is not just the start of another season: it also sets the scene for the following years milk solids (MS) production, particularly when it comes to dairy reproduction. More



09/09/2019

Seaweed stops the split

A Nelson agricultural fertiliser and biostimulant company has developed a product that could significantly impact the wine growing industry. More






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