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21/08/2015

Flute - rate in Grapes error

The minimum rate of application of Flute in Grapes for control of Powdery Mildew in the 2015 Edition is in-correct. The correct minimum rate should be 250 ml/ha, not 250 litres/ha. The error is regretted. More



12/08/2015

Novel chemistry gains ground with new label claims

New Zealand vegetable growers are now set to benefit from unique chemistry that has already made a strong name for itself in the local cereal market. More



12/08/2015

Growing a big one a smash hit with resellers.

Store staff nationwide are falling over themselves to outdo each others root vegetable in a remarkable new contest thought to be the very first of its type in New Zealand More



12/08/2015

Bayer launches new fungicide for 2015

A newly released, co-formulated fungicide from Bayer CropScience was actually registered in New Zealand in 2014 but it was too late for a commercial launch More



12/08/2015

Herbicide label extensions good news for farmers

This year the team at Etec Crop Solutions is pleased to be able to provide new label extensions for two Etec products - Hammer and Magister CS More



12/08/2015

New name for Orion Crop Protection

Orion Crop Protection has changed its name to Orion AgriScience More



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



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