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12/08/2015

New rules in force for some insecticides

New rules are now in force to protect people and the environment from the risks posed by a group of highly toxic insecticides. More



12/08/2015

Help farmers get spring off to a flying start

Prepare for farmers to take a closer look at ProGibb SG in coming weeks as they hone their operating expenses and seek to optimise pasture production in the most cost effective ways possible. More



08/04/2015

New distributor for Sinochem

Key Sinochem executives travelled to New Zealand last month to reinforce the company's commitment to NZ's rural traders. More



08/04/2015

No room for nuisance weeds in established pastures

Nuisance weeds are never welcome but this year its more important than ever to keep established pastures clean, productive and weed free. More



08/04/2015

Firebird now even more convenient for 2015

Originally introduced in a three litre pack, the popularity of Firebird has seen farmers requesting larger packs. More



08/04/2015

Transforming aphid control in winter wheat

After a strong spring debut, the newest cereal aphicide in the market is now poised for a big autumn as growers look to protect winter wheat yields from barley yellow dwarf virus (BYDV) More



13/02/2015

Kenso Corp celebrates 40 years

Over 800 guests from throughout Asia Pacific recently gathered in Kuala Lumpur to celebrate Kenso's 40th anniversary More



13/02/2015

Cutting corners with sprayout false economy

Cutting corners with autumn sprayout for new pasture is rarely a good idea and when finances are tight, attention to detail matters more than ever. More



13/02/2015

The ultimate selective herbicide for new pasture

The latest innovation from Nufarm promises to give farmers extra help in successfully establishing new grass and clover this autumn. More



13/02/2015

Insect challenge ahead for new pasture

Autumn 2014 proved to be a challenging year in terms of insect pests and autumn 2015 is shaping up to be the same. More



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