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  • Developments in bio-controls for fresh produce market

    Developments in bio-controls for fresh produce marketChanges in crop protection over the last forty years mean that as an industry, horticulture can no longer rely on an unending supply of novel agroc

  • Extensions of Authorisation

    There are a limited number of situations in which a pesticide (and this may be an insecticide, fungicide, plant growth regulator or herbicide) may be used outside the terms of its approved label. Thes

  • Met52 Granular for vine weevil control is available again

    Met52 Granular for vine weevil control is available againMet52 Granular is a biological insecticide / bioinsecticide for the control of the larvae of black vine weevil (Otiorhynchus spp.) in ornamenta

  • Crop Talk Spring 2015

    This issue features two new products. Mosskade a 100% natural product for use against Liverwort and voted winner of the "Best Professional Product" at Four Oaks Trade Show 2014, plus BlocCade that pro

  • Crop Talk Spring 2014

    T34 Biocontrol: Robust performance from the UK’s only registered Trichoderma product. (Pages 4 - 5) Met52: The basis for Vine Weevil control in the UK HONS sector. (Page 2 - 3) A

  • Crop Talk Spring 2013

    3 years on and Met52 is going from strength to strength, read growers experiences using this product. Cantelo Nurseries in Somerset tell us why they rely on AQ10 for use in their o

  • Crop Talk Spring 2012

    Articles on: Ongoing developments with MET52. New cutting edge biofungicide T34 hits the marketplace for use on Fusarium oxysporum on Dianthus together with AQ1

  • Crop Talk Spring 2011

    Articles on: Fargro launch new bio pesticide Met52 into the UK market.  Full details on both products are included. Serenade ASO – comments from leading fruit agronomists.

  • Vine Weevil

    Black vine weevil (Otiorhynchus sulcatus) is a major pest of nursery stock, pot plant and soft fruit production. Leaf notches around the edge of leaves indicates damage by adult weevils, this is