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08/12/2016

Fungicide joins the resistance fight

A fungicide that will help protect New Zealand's world leading arable farming industry has been approved for use by the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA). More



08/12/2016

Unique cereal fungicide breaks the resistance cycle

Adama New Zealand has launched its new fungicide, Phoenix, for wheat and barley. More



08/12/2016

Unique botrycide great news for grape growers

Grape growers have an important new weapon in the war against botrytis this season with the launch of Prolectus from Nufarm. More



08/12/2016

Supercharged copper fungicide

The latest advance in formulation technology from Nufarm takes protectant copper fungicides to a whole new level for New Zealand growers this spring. More



08/12/2016

Protect yields with new fungicide

Disease control in fodder and sugar beet has just got easier with this season's launch of Mondo fungicide from New Plymouth-based Zelam. More



08/12/2016

There is still time for disease to attack

Now is not the time to relax if you want to keep disease under control. Disease levels are high this year, especially for Septoria leaf blotch and scald, but other diseases are out there as well, according to Neil Waddingham, Bayer CropScience. More



08/12/2016

Popular campaign returns for 2016

A bonus product offer for Tordon PastureBoss worked so well last year, Dow AgroSciences has brought at back for another season, and early feedback indicates another strong response. More



12/10/2016

Paradigm gets the thumbs up from growers

A new-release herbicide not only provides effective knockdown of problem weeds in cereals, it also meets other criteria important to award-winning South Canterbury farmers Nick and Michelle Ward - it has no negative impact on soil or crops. More



12/10/2016

New seed treatment formulation gets the tick

A new version of an insecticide used to help protect corn, wheat, grass and brassica crops has been approved by the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA). More



12/10/2016

Its time for Granstar

Brassica development or pasture renovation is an important part in the on going process of maximising farmer returns. More



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