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22/08/2016

Lucerne herbicide features low rate, ease of use.

A new lucerne product from Nufarm gives retailers and customers another choice of post emergence herbicide in the important early stages of stand establishment this spring. More



22/08/2016

Higher rate for Firebird.

The Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) has approved the use of the herbicide, Firebird, at a higher concentration, but the rate is lower than that applied for. More



22/08/2016

Spring 2016 - what will the disease threat be like?

Spring 2016 will certainly be different to recent years but will it necessitate significant change to fungicide programmes? More



22/08/2016

Long-awaited launch for Nufarm beet herbicide

Spring 2016 marks the launch of a new beet herbicide from Nufarm, Betasana Trio. More



08/06/2016

Firebird ensures a clean start to the season

Since the launch of Firebird a few years ago, framers have enjoyed the benefits of early weed control. More



08/06/2016

The ultimate selective herbicide for new pasture.

When it comes to weed control in newly sown pastures, the more undesirable species you can eliminate with one herbicide the better, and no herbicide takes out more weeds prior to the first grazing than Tribal Gold from Nufarm. More



08/06/2016

Broadleaf weed herbicide approved for maize

The Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) has approved an application from ETEC Crop Solutions to import the herbicide Cadet, to control broadleaf weed in maize crops. More



08/06/2016

New herbicide Paradigm with Arylex active.

Dow AgroSciences has launched a new cereal herbicide called Paradigm in New Zealand. More



08/06/2016

Best practice guidelines for using 1st generation anticoagulants to kill rats.

The use of first generation anticoagulants for controlling rodents is generally not well understood. More



08/06/2016

Aphids no match for winter cereal treatment

A novel formulation of aphicide is finding favour with cereal growers looking for easier ways of controlling Barley Yellow Dwarf Virus (BYDV). More



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