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Brassica bugs run riot in perfect conditions

Huge demand for insecticides in forage brassica crops over the past few weeks emptied shelves throughout New Zealand, suppliers say. More


New weapon in the war on broadleaf weeds

Farmers looking to get rid of broadleaf weeds in established pasture have a new weapon at hand this autumn, and it’s the only formulation of its type in the New Zealand market. More


Co-operation key in glyphosate project

Industry response to last year’s announcement that glyphosate resistant weeds had been identified in New Zealand for the first time has been positive and supportive, says Avoiding Glyphosate Resistance project leader Mike Parker from the Foundation for Arable Research (FAR). More


Fodder beet herbicide offers convenience, flexibility & results

No more tank mixing for broad spectrum weed control in fodder beet and beetroot crops - that's the message from Zelam as it releases a unique new herbicide to the market this season. More


Help farmers improve productivity of tough paddocks

Alligator weed, horehound, inkweed, cape weed, goats rue, fennel and hemlock, docks and sorrel. More


Advanced potato fungicide reduces AI/ha

Maximum security crop protection with less active ingredient per ha, and a new active to boot - it's no wonder BASF is positioning Zampro as everything a modern fungicide should be. More


Janglers available for 2013 harvest

Innovative Canterbury cropping farmer invention, The Jangler bird deterrent, is now available. More


Innovation will help protect NZ wine industry

New Zealand winegrowers now have a new innovative tool for combating Grapevine Leafroll Virus (GLRV) with the launch of Bayer's Movento 100SC into grapes. More


Orion launches six new products

A warm welcome is expected from the agricultural industry for a raft of six new products from Orion Crop Protection. More

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