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07/12/2022

The process for registering a new product in New Zealand

Registering a new product in New Zealand is often a lengthy process due to the challenges of our regulatory process. This ultimately affects the availability of new crop protection and animal health choices for farmers and growers. More



01/11/2022

Look after what we’ve got to avoid herbicide resistance in maize

Last year, summer grass with resistance to nicosulfuron, a sulfonylurea in the ALS inhibitor (Group 2), was recorded for the first time in New Zealand. it was another urgent warning that some of our herbicide use is unsustainable. More



01/11/2022

Organic Ironmax Pro tough on slugs, gentle on contractors

Contractors reckon there is one thing that doesn’t standout about new Biogro certified Ironmax Pro – the smell. More



01/11/2022

Du-Wett Super Spreader no longer just an extra

Switched-on spraying contractors are taking advantage of opportunities to save time, fuel, and labour costs that they have previously overlooked. What’s more is that they are getting even better results while doing so. More



27/09/2022

New tool helps growers curb aphids

A new digital tool will help growers manage aphids more strategically to prevent cereal crop damage. More



27/09/2022

Durable, proactive pest control pays dividends

Some pastoral insect pests can be dealt with very effectively by monitoring and controlling their presence after they become apparent. More



27/09/2022

Tank loading trial supports best practice crop protection

Take 18 different crop protection treatments. More



27/09/2022

Fine print gets a makeover

A small but important change is coming for labels on Corteva Agriscience products, the company says. More



27/09/2022

Stop the set – taking the fight to YBG this season

Here’s a quick maths question. More



27/09/2022

Growers give the thumbs up to new herbicide formulation

Re-formulating a key post-emergence herbicide for control of wild oats, annual ryegrass and phalaris species grass weeds in wheat and barley crops has found favour with New Zealand cereal growers this past season, Syngenta says. More



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