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With chlorpropham (CIPC) no longer available for use in potato stores, many will look to foliar applied maleic hydrazide (MH) for early insurance against sprouting. Potato Review gets some expert advice on how...

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The Management Board of Certis Europe decide to donate to the International Federation of the Red Cross (IFRC) in support of its actions in fighting the Covid-19 pandemic worldwide.

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An emergency authorisation has been issued for the use of InSyst (acetamiprid) for the control of peach–potato aphids to prevent virus yellows infection in sugar beet.

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A few years ago, it seemed that IPM strategies had solved mite problems in orchards but now a combination of climate change and restriction of acaricides has seen them return to become a serious problem once...

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LATEST VIDEOS

What makes a good slug pellet?

Dr Gordon Port explains the characteristics that make a good quality and effective slug pellet, based on years of in-depth slug research and understanding of slug behaviour

Tubercare - Making Good Seed Better

Hear potato product manager, Nick Badger introduce our exciting new Tubercare initiative

Crown MH Grower Experience

Adam Palmer, a potato grower in The Fens, talks of his experience with using our liquid maleic hydrazide, Crown MH.

Ferric Phosphate - Slug Tracking Trial

Dr Keith Walters of Harper Adams University explains a study conducted with Certis on slug behaviour using slug tracking technology

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