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A newly registered product, Mogeton, containing the active ingredient quinoclamine, approved for use as a horticultural turf treatment, will provide a much needed new solution for moss control in managed...

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Despite periods of prolonged and persistent dry weather over the last two seasons, experts advise that slug populations have not suffered significant losses.

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With planting progress now behind in many parts of the UK and soils well stocked with water, growers are likely to be faced with a number of late potato crops, making desiccation more difficult. It’s a reason...

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Following the integration of Certis and the BCP UK Team earlier this year, the Certis UK stand (#258) at this year’s Fruit Focus will provide growers with a chance to explore the unrivalled portfolio of...

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With an annual metered water bill of £9,500, Baginton Nurseries are implementing improvements to water conservation and storage systems on their 2.4 hectare site in Coventry. With plans a foot to commence rain...

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Crown MH Fastran Closed Transfer

Certis UK has been working with Wisdom Systems, to help deliver liquid maleic hydrazide Crown MH from 600L IBCs to sprayers much quicker than is possible with granular formulations.

Spider mite control

Introducing: Kanemite - A novel UK active for spider mite control in top and soft fruit. Hear grower Charlie Dunn on why its a much needed control option.

What makes an effective slug pellet

SluxxHP with its unique patented formula and Ferric Field Technology mark of quality offers all the characteristics for slug control. Whatever the weather.

Managing Rhizoctonia

Dr Matt Back of Harper Adams University, talks about some useful tips for minimizing the risk of Rhizoctonia damage in seed potatoes.