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23/11/2023

New formulation hits the mark

Growers have been quick to take advantage of an IPM leafroller control in Kiwifruit and Avocado orchards. More



23/11/2023

The demo onion farm using smart Kiwi tech to reduce fungicide use

A demonstration onion farm in Pukekohe is combining modern disease forecasting tools with old school knowledge to show onions can be grown effectively with fewer chemical sprays. More



23/11/2023

Getting agricultural best practice right

Being a responsible and a successful Agriculture or Horticulture business isn’t easy, even on a good day. More



23/11/2023

Coverage & efficiency up, water down – novel tech proves its worth

MagrowTec technology was conceived and developed by Irish entrepreneur Gary Wickham in Nova UDC, Dublin. More



23/11/2023

Yield is king when growing wheat

Don’t let your guard down as the season draws to a close. More



21/11/2023

Fungicide actives: love them or lose them

Cereal growers are being reminded to protect valuable fungicide active ingredients or risk losing the ability to control of a number of costly diseases. More



21/11/2023

Help at hand for FAW surveillance this season

Here’s a snap question – How many of maize growers are using pheromone traps to monitor adult populations of Fall Armyworm (FAW) moths in their crops this season? More



03/10/2023

Weed control in plantain, made easier

It’s been a long time coming, but this season farmers will finally have a new option and a new active for managing weeds in the hottest forage herb of the moment, and those behind the initiative couldn’t be happier. More



03/10/2023

FALL ARMYWORM ALERT – SCAREMONGERING OR FOREWARNING?

With October upon us, maize and arable crop growers are hearing talk of the potential problem of Fall Armyworm. The very name sounds ominous, but should New Zealand’s agricultural community be concerned? It all depends on how you read the warnings. More



03/10/2023

PRE-EMERGENCE HERBICIDES – THE DO’S AND DON’TS

Getting seedlings off to a good start means taking care of a whole lot of variables. These include choosing the right seed, planning a fertiliser programme, monitoring soil moisture, and, closely linked to cultivation, getting the pre-emergent herbicides right. More



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