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30/10/2017

Elatus Plus offers step change in disease control for wheat

Wheat growers have an exciting new SDHI fungicide option available to them this season, with the launch of Elatus Plus from Syngenta More



30/10/2017

Flexible spray out spike now available

Achieving an effective kill across a wide weed range can be challenging when spraying out existing pastures or old crop paddocks. More



30/10/2017

Intuity: valuable new chemistry for onion white rot

New Zealand's newest onion fungicide is also the only one that provides a key mode of action for white rot resistance management in a stand-alone formulation. More



30/10/2017

Sea change needed in cereal fungicide resistance: UK expert

Adama UK Technical Specialist Andy Bailey is urging Kiwi cereal growers to embrace multi-site chemistry now to avoid Great Britain's sobering and costly septoria (speckled leaf blotch) resistance experience. More



30/10/2017

Bayer announces longer lasting pre-emergent weed control

New this season from Bayer Cropscience, Alion herbicide provides long lasting pre-emergence weed control in apples and grapes More



19/05/2017

Myrtle Rust Alert

Myrtle rust is a fungus which can have serious consequences on various species of plants in the myrtle family, including New Zealand native plants such as: Pōhutukawa, Rata, Mānuka, Kānuka, Ramarama, Rōhutu and Swamp maire. More



26/04/2017

New active approved for powdery mildew in apples

Apples growers are now able to incorporate a brand new active ingredient into their powdery mildew control programmes thanks to the launch of Esteem from Zelam. More



08/12/2016

Apache takes brushweed control to new heights

The latest herbicide from Dow AgroSciences has been described as an exciting breakthrough in brushweed control on pastoral hill country by one of the contractors who has helped trial the product. More



08/12/2016

Farmer enthusiasm with use of beneficial insects in forage brassicas

Demonstration trials showing the use of beneficial insects in forage brassica crops to combat major pests have been met with enthusiasm by farmers looking to reduce applications of chemicals and maintain the yield and quality of their forage. More



08/12/2016

Farmers expected to welcome Dynamo label extension

Its been a while coming but farmers wanting to harness the nutritional benefits of plantain in their pasture mixes now have a herbicide registered for broadleaf weed control in such swards. More



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