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Aviator Xpro case study - Ian Batchelor, North Canterbury

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Bayer Crop Science New Zealand Aviator Xpro case study - Ian Batchelor, North Canterbury Aviator Xpro case study - Ian Batchelor, North Canterbury There were plenty of reports of poor spring barley yields off dryland last summer but North Canterbury grower Ian Batchelor’s experience bucked

Aviator Xpro/Prosaro case study - Andrew Gillanders, Central Canterbury

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or barley." Central Canterbury mixed cropping farmer Andrew Gillanders applied both Aviator Xpro and Prosaro to his wheat and barley crops. The Gillanders family have been farming the same property for 150 years – with Andrew, Stuart and Donald Gillanders now running the farming operation

Aviator Xpro case study - Warren Darling, South Canterbury

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.” The Aviator Xpro was applied to the barley at early flag leaf stage and again when the crop was at full awn. For the wheat it was put on earlier – at the leaf 3 stage. Warren says with Aviator Xpro’s combination of two complimentary fungicides, prothioconazole (DMI) and bixafen

Aviator Xpro/Prosaro case study - Andrew West, Mid-Canterbury

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cropping farmer Andrew West grew fantastic wheat crops this season – with yields of up to 15 tonnes per hectare (ha). Andrew – who farms a 900 ha, irrigated property at Wakanui, east of Ashburton – grows wheat, barley, ryegrass, peas, radishes, potatoes and other crops. Aviator Xpro/Prosaro case

Bayer innovation helps secure world record barley harvest

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Bayer Crop Science New Zealand Bayer innovation helps secure world record barley harvest Bayer innovation helps secure world record barley harvest Innovative crop protection products from Bayer CropScience have helped a New Zealand farmer break the world record yield for barley. Bayer New

Aviator Xpro case study - Frank and Harry Collier, Manawatu

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. The remainder is spring sown, split between wheat and barley. If they can get on the ground they’ll sow wheat in September but barley is usually October-sown. The spring sown wheat usually does about 7.5t/ha but last year’s dry summer saw Sensas come in at about 7t/ha from late October

Aviator Xpro case study - Graeme Marshall, Darfield

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Canterbury irrigated property, with an emphasis on seed crops; but also includes dairy grazing and wintering lamb as part of their farming programme.  Last year, the Marshalls grew a wide variety of crops including: wheat; barley; ryegrass; white clover; peas; browntop; fescue – as well as some maize

Betanal quattro case study - Neil Rowe, Rotorua

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Bayer CropScience NZ Betanal quattro case study - Neil Rowe, Rotorua Betanal quattro case study - Neil Rowe, Rotorua Farming in the Mamakus near Rotorua, Neil Rowe can claim to be an early fodder beet convert and he is not likely to be changing from that any time soon. "We have got a good

Betanal quattro case study - Simon Shortland, East Coast

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in early spring. Simon Shortland, Farmlands Gisborne Technical Field Officer who covers the East Coast region is witnessing strong growth in the planting of fodder beet, as farmers start to recognise its value for wintering sheep and beef stock on. Bayer New Zealand Limited For the 2014

Betanal quattro case study - Richard Cater, Amuri Basin

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to 25tDM a hectare on well managed irrigated areas. With the increased experience of planting the beet, good timing, an early start and close attention to crop husbandry early on in the establishment phase are proving to be critical to achieving the high yielding crops that can make the beet
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