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Our mission is to cultivate prosperity through advanced agriculture
We develop unique combinations of innovative crop protection technologies and biosolutions for sustainable farmingRead More
15 Jun 2017
Growers looking to control sprouting in potatoes and onions are encouraged to use the only in-crop solution, Fazor®, as an additional means of control.
The Plant Growth Regulator, which contains Maleic hydrazide, not only controls secondary growth whilst the crop is in the field and significantly reduces volunteer potatoes in the rotation, but also prevents sprouting when tubers are in storage.
Used on onions, the product prevents sprouting at three key stages – whilst the crop is in the field, during transport and when in storage.Read More
30 May 2017
A Seed Treatment that creates a ‘zone of protection’ against two common cereal pests is now available to farmers in Ireland.
Signal 300 ES from Arysta LifeScience provides protection against wheat bulb fly and wireworm by combining the repellent properties of cypermethrin with a unique low-dust formulation. This deters pests from the seeds and seedlings, improving crop establishment in wheat and barley.
Already available in the UK, Signal 300 ES is now approved for sale in Ireland, offering farmers and agronomists a new cost-effective alternative to existing products for soil-borne pests.Read More
26 May 2017
As part of a growth strategy and continued investment in raising the profile of the business, Arysta LifeScience is delighted to welcome three new members to the team.
David Ramdhian joins in a European business development role alongside Roy Robinson and Janine Heath, who form the new UK marketing and communications team.Read More
22 May 2017
A biostimulant that improves the quality of fruit and vegetable yields whilst relieving stress has been officially launched in the UK by Arysta LifeScience.
BM Start, already successful throughout Europe, is a liquid formulation based on Physio Activator Technology, which improves plant health and the marketable yield of the crop.
This includes improving fertilisation with better fruit setting, increasing the number of fruits and fruit size, improving the uniformity of the fruit, whilst alleviating stress and limiting flower drop.Read More