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22/11/2013

New generation cereal fungicide now here

It's only been in the New Zealand market for one season but Sharpen, from BASF, has quickly become an essential component of any good crop husbandry programme. More



22/11/2013

Septoria tritici calling the shots in wheat

A visit to Canterbury mid October confirmed that Septoria tritici is very well established in many wheat crops. More



22/11/2013

Tiny pest can pack a big punch to crop yields

Nysius may be small and hard to find, but the damage they cause to forage brassicas and fodder beet in early emergence is just the opposite. More



22/11/2013

Berry insecticide first of many products for minor crops

A new sustainable leafroller insecticide for New Zealand's blueberry crops is the first of many registered products to be released as part of a Government-led Sustainable Farming Fund project. More



22/11/2013

Syngenta goes on the generic offensive.

Syngenta has launched a campaign to defend the quality of it's products compared with generics and in the process protect the value of its US$1.4 billion global investment in R&D to deliver innovative new products to farmers. More



22/11/2013

Better efficiency in WDG formulations.

The many advantages of high percentage active ingredient agrichemical formulations are driving wider uptake for such products worldwide. More



22/11/2013

Novel insecticide now registered for forage brassicas.

There's a new name in the brassica insecticide market this season and if early indications are any guide, it's set to make quite an impact. More



22/11/2013

Fungicide wins for both efficacy and packaging.

Kiwi potato growers have taken to BASF's new fungicide Zampro with enthusiasm, and it's not just because of it's efficacy. More



22/11/2013

Mastering spring spray out and paddock preparation.

The latest glyphosate innovation from Nufarm has all the features your customers need to get crops in the ground with maximum performance and minimum down time this spring. More



22/11/2013

New approach to Argentine ant control.

Key Industries has introduced a new programme for controlling Argentine ants this season which it says provides a long term solution for reasonable cost. More



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