The word flexible is not often used in agriculture, and even more so when it comes to adjuvant technologies. Many adjuvants (wetters, spreaders, stickers), used in agriculture, and more specific in horticulture, are used with specific agricultural chemicals in specific crops. This makes life difficult for growers to ensure the correct adjuvant with the pesticide
Agspec has recently announced that it has launched its own branded range of spray adjuvants. Stress-Ex®, Hygro-Stic®, Flextend® and Flexstic® are four of these branded products that will emerge onto the Australian market. These replace products that were recently distributed on behalf of a third party. Agspec Director Jonathon Lillecrapp explains, “We’ve found in the
CropShock has a range of causal factors agriculture. While crop shock through transplanting, vehicle movement, incorrect dosage of fertilizer and the use of certain pesticides can be managed with improved education, it’s the unpredictable negative crop effects from our application program that is the most difficult to manage. CropShock from pesticide use is most commonly
From the ease of being smashed on toast or as guacamole with a Mexican feast, to being a possible brain fuel for children and even being an adult aphrodisiac, perhaps because the origin of its name stems from the Aztec word for testicle, the avocado has become a worldwide agricultural phenomenon in a historically
Agspec’s RapiSol® EDTA micronutrients deliver essential trace elements for your crop needs. They can be used for foliar spraying, fertigation or hydroponics. We have the full range of single element trace elements – zinc, manganese, copper, calcium, iron, magnesium – as well as a wide range chemically formulated combinations that have been designed for Australian soil conditions.