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09/12/2020

Time to knock weedy pastures back in shape

Last season's challenging weather conditions have left many pastures looking worse for wear heading towards another summer. More



09/12/2020

First step towards reassessing insecticide

The Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) has found that grounds exist to reassess the insecticide chlorpyrifos, and the related compound chlorpyrifos-methyl. More



09/12/2020

Value add, with a difference, wins

Giveaways, freebies, gifts with purchase, product premiums. More



09/12/2020

Packaging change on the way

Recent changes to label design and colouring for certain Corteva Agriscience products will make it easier for merchants and end-users to pick the right product off the shelf, the company says. More



08/12/2020

Time to play hard- ball with Calis

If it feels like there are more Californian thistles around than there should be, it's probably not your imagination More



08/12/2020

Optimising IPM in forage brassica

If your farmers are among the many becoming increasingly interested in integrated pest management (IPM) for their forage brassica crops, now's the time to start talking to them about one product in particular. More



08/12/2020

Biofungicide gaining ground in grapes.

Gene technology has recently shed new light on the performance of a popular biofungicide for wine grapes and kiwifruit in New Zealand. More



08/12/2020

Sleeker, more streamlined spray bible on the way

The next edition may not be published until next year, but work is already underway on revising and streamlining the 2021 Novachem New Zealand Agrichemical manual. More



08/12/2020

Formulation is vital for performance

The New Zealand Crop Protection market is certainly not short of choice when it comes to finding solutions to pest and disease issues. More



08/12/2020

Important fungicide launch for brassica producer

New Zealand vegetable and leafy brassica growers have a new option this season for preventing clubroot infection in their crops. More



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