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09/06/2022

Heads up – important news for Preside herbicide

If you or your team have anything to do with Preside™ herbicide 500 g packs from Corteva Agriscience, the company has important news for both you and your customers. More



09/06/2022

Herbicide resistant weeds: Southland

The initial results are in from last year’s herbicide resistant weed survey of arable farms in Southland and South Otago. More



09/06/2022

The ultimate selective herbicide for new pasture

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



16/05/2022

NOVEL FUNGICIDE NEW TOOL IN FIGHT AGAINST DISEASE AND RESISTANCE

Corteva Agriscience is pleased with the performance of its first naturally derived fungicide, Questar, in its first two seasons. More



16/05/2022

NUFARM SAYS GET WISE TO ADJUVANTS

An adjuvant is like the chips you order with your meal. It complements the main course and makes it more satisfying. More



16/05/2022

SHARPEN UP GLYPHOSATE’S PERFORMANCE

Recent replicated trials have confirmed that Sharpen, the only systemic group 14 knockdown herbicide, can be successfully mixed with any glyphosate formulation to increase the speed and extend the spectrum of weed control when spraying off pastures. More



16/05/2022

NOVACHEM IS THE ONE-STOP-SHOP FOR AGRICHEMICAL INFO

The roots of the New Zealand Novachem Agrichemical Manual (and its current online version) date back to 1984. More



31/03/2022

Now’s the perfect time to talk ProGibb SG

If your farmers want to use ProGibb SG this autumn, they can’t start thinking about it too early. More



31/03/2022

Has vulpia hair grass reached your farmers yet?

Chances are you will say 'yes.' but if not, it is likely that you know someone who has a hair grass problem. More



31/03/2022

Wilding pine control spreads its wings

Established by a handful of passionate locals, the Marlborough Sounds Restoration Trust had modest beginnings but a lofty ambition: the landscape-scale control of wilding pines. More



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