Tomatoes

Growing tomatoes in New Zealand is being severely challenged by the recent arrival of the new pest, the tomato/potato psyllid. The Bayer insecticides, Movento 150OD, Oberon and Proteus are all highly effective in controlling this destructive pest. Controlling weed competition is vital to maximizing yields with Sencor being an effective herbicide option for tomato growers.

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Movento 150 OD
Movento 150OD is an insecticide which provides excellent residual control of sucking insect pests, including psyllids and aphids.

Movento 150OD is a two-way systemic insecticide for the control of tomato/potato psyllids and aphids in potatoes and tomato/potato psyllids in outdoor field tomatoes.

Movento 150OD is unique in that it has two-way systemicity in plants. This means it moves both upwards and downwards and can therefore reach pests that cannot be directly targeted by spray coverage.
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Oberon
Smart performance - new chemistry with translaminar activity and excellent efficacy

Oberon is a translaminar insecticide with excellent efficacy, providing residual control against a range of sucking insect pests including mites, whiteflies and psyllids.

Oberon provides a highly effective option for psyllid control in potato and outdoor tomato crops.
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Sencor 480 SC
Sencor 480SC contains 480 g/L metribuzin in the form of a suspension concentrate.

Sencor 480SC is a selective herbicide for pre and post-emergence weed control in carrots, peas, potatoes, tomatoes and other crops. A single application gives residual control as well as a knockdown effect on many weeds.
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Roundup Ultra®MAX
Roundup Ultra®MAX - it’s the surfactant that makes it stand out from the rest.

Roundup Ultra®MAX is a non-residual, non-selective herbicide for the control of a wide range of weeds in many crops. With the power of Transorb II surfactant Roundup Ultra®MAX delivers rapid translocation from leaf to roots resulting in rapid uptake and brownout.