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Archived News 2005 - Nufarm Australia

Archived News 2005



19 Sep 05

New approved label for Dichlorvos 1140 (PDF 37kb)


For the control of post-harvest diseases of Citrus, Tomatoes and Rockmelons

29 Aug 05 Spin Flo label update (PDF 76kb)
New additions to the Spin Flo label including macadamias and grain legumes

26 Aug 05 Fungal Disease Prevention Media Release (PDF 58kb)
Prevention is far better than cure when controlling Powdery Mildew, Downy Mildew and Botrytis

24 Aug 05 New Approved Label for Carbend (PDF 57kb)
New features of newly approved changes to the Carbend label

25 May 05 Testimonial - Andrew Apap, Black sigatoka outbreak just a dim memory for this progressive grower (PDF 23kb)
The successful control of the black sigatoka outbreak in Tully has left district banana growers proud of their efforts in working together with the industry organisation and government agencies to eradicate the disease.

03 May 05Territory Times News Article - Workshops for mango growers (PDF 95kb)
AMIA, in conjunction with Nufarm are holding a series of application and adjuvant workshops in key mango production regions.

03 May 05 Testimonial - Frank Grant, Coffs Harbour is scoring runs on the board at Brick Creek (PDF 23kb)

15 Mar 2005 Pre-emergent herbicide feature - Triflur X (PDF 17kb)
The popular pre-emergent herbicide, TriflurX, can now be incorporated up to 24 hours after application.
The new usage has been approved by the APVMA for all states and increases the product’s flexibility, convenience and cost-effectiveness in minimum and no-till farming systems.


13 Mar 05 Blush - A weekly email of issues relevant to the Australian Mango Industry (PDF 16kb)
The AMIA/Nufarm spray and adjuvant workshops, which have been held in 6 regions over the past 2 weeks were well received by the growers who attended them.

02 Mar 2005 Product Feature - Rotate chemistry for early annual ryegrass control in no-till (PDF 17kb)
Annual ryegrass resistance remains the top of mind concern among the increasing number of grain growers in the northern Wimmera who are changing to minimum and no-till farming systems

25 Feb 2005 An early strike will win the weed battle (SA Mallee) - Media Release (PDF kb)
With growers throughout the southern cropping zone facing more cases of wild oats and annual ryegrass resistance to commonly available herbicides, one option is to switch to a new chemical group as a way to break the resistance cycle

25 Feb 2005 Gradlink - Rural Business Media Release (PDF 14kb)
Nufarm nurtures talented graduates

28 Jan 05 Experimental permit granted for Opus 75 (PDF 19kb)
Opus 75 has recently been granted an experimental permit by the APVMA in order to pursue aerial registration

28 Jan 05 Opus 75 Media Release (PDF 22kb)
Opus 75 information

27 Jan 2005 Control weeds early to reap the rewards (Western Australia) - Media Release (PDF 15kb)
Broadacre farmers should assess the potential weed burden of individual paddocks before autumn and tailor a pre-emergent spraying campaign to maximise harvest yield this season

25 Jan 2005 Rotation helps break wild oats resistance (Northern NSW Southern Qld) (PDF 17kb)
Broadacre farmers fighting wild oats should try an alternative chemical group on their paddocks to break the weed’s increasingly stubborn resistance to Group A herbicides

21 Jan 2005 Herbicide mix has the early jump on weeds (Southern NSW) (PDF 15kb)
Broadacre farmers fighting wild oats should try an alternative chemical group on their paddocks to break the weed’s increasingly stubborn resistance to Group A herbicides