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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



09/09/2019

Lime helps protect grass roots from black beetle larvae

A commonly used substance is now part of the toolkit to combat a destructive pasture pest. More



09/09/2019

Barley growers refuse to take Ramularia on the chin

Effective control of Ramularia in barley is becoming increasingly difficult due to changes in its sensitivity to widely-used fungicides. More



28/06/2019

Stop the weed invasion now

The stage is set for a rampant weed feest on many farms this autumn, and that in turn does not bode well for high value, profitable pastures in spring. More



28/06/2019

Winning against grass weeds with Sakura

Grass weeds have to be right up there as enemy number one when it comes to growing wheat or triticale More



28/06/2019

Tech training helps optimise IPM in forage brassicas

An active training over the past two seasons has helped infield distributor staff (and their farmers) get the best out of IPM in general and Exirel in particular. FMC says. More



24/06/2019

Rain leaves weedy legacy for new cereal crops

The harvesters may have barely left the paddock but arable farmers already had their seed drills out last month sowing cereals for 2019/2020. More



24/06/2019

Metarex Inov slug & snail bait combines science, nature

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



24/06/2019

Weedenz - the organic alternative to glyphosate

"Food is cheap and plentiful in the developed world, and all of us in the industry can be proud that modern agriculture is responsible for this." More



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