conserve 

What is Conserve™ On Farm?


Conserve On-Farm is a new grain protectant marketed by Dow AgroSciences sold under permit 14362. Conserve On-Farm has three active ingredients to control all major insect pests of stored grain, including the resistant lesser grain borer (LGB). Providing six to nine months of control and with a nil withholding period (WHP), Conserve On-Farm maximises grain marketing flexibility. 

 

 The power of 3 active ingredients.

Conserve On-Farm contains three active ingredients and is the combination of two products - Part A and Part B. Part A (chlorpyrifos-methyl plus s-methoprene) provides three to nine months of control of lesser grain borer (LGB), rice weevil, granary weevil, rust-red flour beetle, confused flour beetle, saw-toothed grain beetle, tropical warehouse moth and maize weevil. LGB has developed resistance to methoprene in some areas, which is why the combination of Part A with Part B (spinosad) makes Conserve On-Farm a powerful new grain protectant that provides complete control of all common stored grain insect pests. 

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Sakura 850 WG Herbicide

Setting a new standard for pre-emergent weed control                  

 

Sakura has set new standards of performance, reliability and convenience for pre-emergent control of annual ryegrass – including herbicide-resistant annual ryegrass – and other key weeds in wheat (except durum wheat) and triticale.

Sakura is a Group K herbicide that can be applied up to 3 days before incorporation by sowing. It provides extended residual control of annual ryegrass, barley grass, annual phalaris, silver grass and toad rush in wheat (except durum wheat) and triticale.

Sakura is also registered for the suppression of brome grass and wild oats.

Sakura can be used to control weed populations that have already developed resistance to other chemistry groups. However, where possible it should be used as part of a herbicide rotation to help delay the development of resistance.