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17/07/2020

Iblon fungicides – NZ growers first in the world to benefit

This spring, arable farmers will be the first in the world to benefit from a new fungicide researched and developed by Bayer here in New Zealand. More



01/07/2020

Post-em solutions for efficient winter brassica crops

Next winter may seem a long way off, but one thing is for certain - New rules governing land use and grazing management for winter brassicas mean there's now even less room for error when it comes to establishing clean, healthy spring-sown crops. More



01/07/2020

Corteva Agriscience to phase out chlorpyrifos

Corteva agriscience will begin phasing out the production of chlorpyrifos at its global production plants by the end of 2020 More



01/07/2020

Agrichemical products in good supply to meet demand

The Coronavirus crisis has brought into focus the incredible public health challenge our world faces. More



01/07/2020

NZ cereal growers first in the world to access novel fungicide

After 40 Years of technical work with one of New Zealand's biggest Crop Protection suppliers, it takes a bit to impress Bernard Harris More



01/07/2020

Fast-acting, efficient & cost-effective – the case for ProGibb SG this spring

It's bad enough when feed is scarce in winter. But what happens in Spring, when cows are calving, lactation is underway, and there's just not the grass around that there should be? More



01/07/2020

New range helps farmers spray smarter

A new drift reduction agent is among a range of new adjuvants launched by Nufarm this season to provide growers and farmers with a full portfolio of crop protection additives for all spraying situations More



01/07/2020

New app helps farmers manage weeds

Farmers can now measure and, as a result, better manage weeds on their property with the help of an app developed by Agresearch. More



01/07/2020

Multi-site takes up the slack as Ramularia battle continues

For barley growers, the now total defeat of SDHI chemistry by Ramularia, while not unexpected, has serious implications. More



23/04/2020

Using science plus nature to combat slugs and snails

Slugs can cause major damage to Autumn-sown crops and pasture. More



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