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28/05/2014

Good reports for Simplicity

Simplicity, the new cereal from Dow AgroSciences, has more than lived up to its reputation this season. More



28/05/2014

Transform set to make its mark with cereal growers

New Zealand wheat growers can take their crop protection to a whole new level this season with the launch of a unique proprietary insecticide from Dow AgroSciences that combines superior aphid control with an excellent IPM fit. More



02/04/2014

Bayer makes the job easier

A new free app from Bayer CropScience contains everything growers need to know about more than 30 of the company's herbicides, fungicides and insecticides and seed treatments, it says. More



02/04/2014

See The Boss a summer sales winner

Shouting three VIP packages to see Bruce Springsteen perform live in Auckland earlier this month worked out to be an all round winner for Dow AgroSciences in December and January. More



02/04/2014

Farmers, resellers to benefit from extended T-Max registration

Fast knockdown, markedly improved weed control and a three day plantback are the key benefits from a new label claim for T-Max herbicide. More



02/04/2014

New cross spectrum insecticide for Forage brassica crops

A new insecticide that selectively targets key pests and controls them extremely quickly has been released in the forage brassica market in New Zealand. More



28/03/2014

Arietta a potential game-changer

New selective post emergence chemistry from BASF promises to be a game-changer for maize and sweetcorn growers come spring 2014. More



16/01/2014

Seed treatment products will be in demand this summer and autumn

As we enjoy the summer weather now is the time to plan for the autumn both in terms of establishing new pasture and also sowing next seasons cereals. By Neil Waddingham, Bayer CropScience More



16/01/2014

Conversion pastures need good pest protection

New dairy conversions and those which were sown down five to six years ago are prime contenders for the only grass grub control product of its type in the New Zealand market, rural retailers are being advised. More



16/01/2014

Tripsol welcome news for potato & tomato growers

Tomato Potato psyllid (TPP) has become a resident pest in New Zealand and continues to put crops at risk. More



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