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18/09/2013

New glyphosate range backed by NZ experience

This spring marks the New Zealand launch of a new range of patented glyphosate formulations from one of the industry's most experienced suppliers. More



18/09/2013

Video goes behind agchem formulation

There's much more to agchem formulation than most people realise, and to get the full story this season merchants are being urged to check out a new Syngenta video on YouTube More



18/09/2013

Key Industries tackles slugs and snails

Key Industries has been appointed New Zealand distributor for Delicia Sluggoff Lentil bait More



16/09/2013

Black Grass

Black Grass - Statement from Foundation for Arable Research CEO Nick Pyke More



28/06/2013

Syngenta - more than just crop protection

Employing more than 27,000 people in over 90 countries, Syngenta is ranked number one globally in crop protect ion and number three in agricultural seeds, with a sales turnover of US $14.2 billion in 2012 and an annual investment in R&D of US $1.25 billion. More



28/06/2013

Tazer trial results impress

New field trial work continues to reinforce Tazer’s performance compared with other azoxystrobin fungicides in both cereals and potatoes More



28/06/2013

Growers give Simplicity the thumbs up

Growers have been quick to take advantage of the benefits of Dow AgroSciences’ broadleaf herbicide Simplicity since its limited launch this time last year More



28/06/2013

Tackle slugs and snails with new bait

Key Industries has partnered with ACTA Australia to bring what it says is the world’s most advanced slug and snail bait to the New Zealand market. More



28/06/2013

Innovative new glyphosates for NZ market

An innovative range of granular glyphosates and crop protection product s is being introduced by a new entrant to the agrichemical market in this country, Kenso NZ. More



28/06/2013

Exciting new herbicides for maize and sweetcorn growers

BASF has good news for maize and sweetcorn growers, particularly those besieged with weeds such as yellow bristle grass. More



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