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  • Weather and a new Moon
    I tipped 75mm of rain out of the guage and I see a very white look to the mountains This is has a flip side firstly I think we could now grow Rice in a paddy field and I better get my Ski s waxed up Keep warm and dry its a new moon today so maybe May will bring a change in our weather pattern Mangi Trackbacks 0 Permalink Previous Next Recent Posts Could be alot worse off Daffodil day Local Talent McDonalds new burger the McCaw Latest News Office Extension Underway New Dairy Farming Technology Milk must have a future Liquid Ammonium Sulphate Winters not over yet Humour from Molloyag Tags Competitions Competitions 1 Archive October 2015 1 August 2015 4 July 2015 4 June 2015 5 May 2015 6 Agri Comments Best Advice Welcome to Agri Comments where we regularly profile one of our customers every few months This time around we meet Clibborn farms More here Archive Hamish and Vicki Mee More here Pip and Dean Pye More here Agri View Our Blog Could be alot worse off David Molloy 02 Oct 2015 Daffodil day David Molloy 28 Aug 2015 Local Talent David Molloy 21 Aug

    Original URL path: http://www.molloyag.co.nz/agri-view/weather-and-a-new-moon (2016-04-30)
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  • Easter Bunny
    new area for our team having never been drawn a block below Alex before The block turned out to be quite steep country with very few 4wd tracks meaning a lot of walking and hard work We were all quite optimistic after being told by the landowner the place was heaving with rabbits it soon became apparent his idea of a lot of rabbits and ours differed greatly What we saw were hard to find and quite shy needing some pretty sharp shooting Despite all this we shot 388 rabbits which we all felt was rather modest and didn t give us a hope of getting near the top 5 However to our delight we shot enough to give us 6th place only 10 rabbits behind 5th which would have secured us a place in the shoot next year Bugger We were fortunate that we missed the predicted rain forecast and had a dry w e unlike some of the other teams near Cromwell A great w e with good company doing something I enjoy Lets hope we get in again next year Gary Trackbacks 0 Permalink Previous Next Recent Posts Could be alot worse off Daffodil day Local Talent McDonalds new burger the McCaw Latest News Office Extension Underway New Dairy Farming Technology Milk must have a future Liquid Ammonium Sulphate Winters not over yet Humour from Molloyag Tags Competitions Competitions 1 Archive October 2015 1 August 2015 4 July 2015 4 June 2015 5 May 2015 6 Agri Comments Best Advice Welcome to Agri Comments where we regularly profile one of our customers every few months This time around we meet Clibborn farms More here Archive Hamish and Vicki Mee More here Pip and Dean Pye More here Agri View Our Blog Could be alot worse off David

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  • facebook
    us If you have a suitable spraying photo I am sure we can post that too As I am in the older age bracket of the company I will leave all this facebook work to others Mangi Trackbacks 0 Permalink Previous Next Recent Posts Could be alot worse off Daffodil day Local Talent McDonalds new burger the McCaw Latest News Office Extension Underway New Dairy Farming Technology Milk must have a future Liquid Ammonium Sulphate Winters not over yet Humour from Molloyag Tags Competitions Competitions 1 Archive October 2015 1 August 2015 4 July 2015 4 June 2015 5 May 2015 6 Agri Comments Best Advice Welcome to Agri Comments where we regularly profile one of our customers every few months This time around we meet Clibborn farms More here Archive Hamish and Vicki Mee More here Pip and Dean Pye More here Agri View Our Blog Could be alot worse off David Molloy 02 Oct 2015 Daffodil day David Molloy 28 Aug 2015 Local Talent David Molloy 21 Aug 2015 McDonalds new burger the McCaw David Molloy 17 Aug 2015 Latest News Office Extension Underway David Molloy 07 Aug 2015 Syngenta Nozzle Range We now stock and supply the

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  • Harvest is not over yet....
    to harvest ranging from carrots redbeet Chinese cabbage browntop to name a few Crop quality is deteriorating fast with many of these crops now starting to sprout their value as a seed crop disappears and with no alternative use they become a total loss This in itself leads to other problems as to how to deal with the crop and remove it from the paddock having implications on following cropping with the residue volunteers and possible pests issues Unfortunately the metservice forecast doesn t even show a glimmer of hope for a change in the weather and a settled spell showing the possibility of showers or more persistent rain for the next 10 days This will have wider implications and brings further problems delaying maize and potato harvesting and drilling of new season crops Whilst growing high these value crops may be quite lucrative in a good year the trade off is they do however come with much greater risks and losses when things go bad Gary Trackbacks 0 Permalink Previous Next Recent Posts Could be alot worse off Daffodil day Local Talent McDonalds new burger the McCaw Latest News Office Extension Underway New Dairy Farming Technology Milk must have a future Liquid Ammonium Sulphate Winters not over yet Humour from Molloyag Tags Competitions Competitions 1 Archive October 2015 1 August 2015 4 July 2015 4 June 2015 5 May 2015 6 Agri Comments Best Advice Welcome to Agri Comments where we regularly profile one of our customers every few months This time around we meet Clibborn farms More here Archive Hamish and Vicki Mee More here Pip and Dean Pye More here Agri View Our Blog Could be alot worse off David Molloy 02 Oct 2015 Daffodil day David Molloy 28 Aug 2015 Local Talent David Molloy 21 Aug

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  • It feels like winter
    Rings Edoras was built and filmed the weather in Methven when we left was nothing special but by the time we drove 45mins up to the Gorge the cloud was lifting and the sun shone with not a breath of wind it was beautiful I have some lovely photos but with time not on my side right now I won t try to attempt to upload and place them for this post maybe next time I am hoping the sun will come out just a little in the next couple of days but it dosn t sound likely sorry Bye for now I must dash Becks Trackbacks 0 Permalink Previous Next Recent Posts Could be alot worse off Daffodil day Local Talent McDonalds new burger the McCaw Latest News Office Extension Underway New Dairy Farming Technology Milk must have a future Liquid Ammonium Sulphate Winters not over yet Humour from Molloyag Tags Competitions Competitions 1 Archive October 2015 1 August 2015 4 July 2015 4 June 2015 5 May 2015 6 Agri Comments Best Advice Welcome to Agri Comments where we regularly profile one of our customers every few months This time around we meet Clibborn farms More here Archive

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  • Wheat Cultivars and Septoria
    Fungicides becoming less effective on the control of STB What we saw last season at Mountainview Agronomy would tend to back this up with some high levels of Septoria seen in Mid Canterbury Our advice would be to steer clear of susceptible cultivars if at all possible Gregor Trackbacks 0 Permalink Previous Next Recent Posts Could be alot worse off Daffodil day Local Talent McDonalds new burger the McCaw Latest News Office Extension Underway New Dairy Farming Technology Milk must have a future Liquid Ammonium Sulphate Winters not over yet Humour from Molloyag Tags Competitions Competitions 1 Archive October 2015 1 August 2015 4 July 2015 4 June 2015 5 May 2015 6 Agri Comments Best Advice Welcome to Agri Comments where we regularly profile one of our customers every few months This time around we meet Clibborn farms More here Archive Hamish and Vicki Mee More here Pip and Dean Pye More here Agri View Our Blog Could be alot worse off David Molloy 02 Oct 2015 Daffodil day David Molloy 28 Aug 2015 Local Talent David Molloy 21 Aug 2015 McDonalds new burger the McCaw David Molloy 17 Aug 2015 Latest News Office Extension Underway David Molloy 07

    Original URL path: http://www.molloyag.co.nz/agri-view/wheat-cultivars-and-septoria (2016-04-30)
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  • Rain
    soil with 5 10mm of rain to follow This afternoon we have a dairy farmer who has ordered Liquid nitrogen and Fish fertilizer yet again perfect weather wet drizzly To all our clients no matter what your requirements are we may just have the solution for you Mangi Trackbacks 0 Permalink Previous Next Recent Posts Could be alot worse off Daffodil day Local Talent McDonalds new burger the McCaw Latest News Office Extension Underway New Dairy Farming Technology Milk must have a future Liquid Ammonium Sulphate Winters not over yet Humour from Molloyag Tags Competitions Competitions 1 Archive October 2015 1 August 2015 4 July 2015 4 June 2015 5 May 2015 6 Agri Comments Best Advice Welcome to Agri Comments where we regularly profile one of our customers every few months This time around we meet Clibborn farms More here Archive Hamish and Vicki Mee More here Pip and Dean Pye More here Agri View Our Blog Could be alot worse off David Molloy 02 Oct 2015 Daffodil day David Molloy 28 Aug 2015 Local Talent David Molloy 21 Aug 2015 McDonalds new burger the McCaw David Molloy 17 Aug 2015 Latest News Office Extension Underway David Molloy 07

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  • Brevicoryne Brassicae
    know about mealy aphids is their ability to reproduce Aphids are telescopic reproducers meaning that there are already young developing in unborn young During warm weather aphids can give birth to 5 live young every day If after spraying 1 live aphid remained on a plant within 5 days the same plant could have 625 aphids feeding on it Product selection and good application is critical to getting good control cutting corners could see a repeat application required sooner than you thought Gary Trackbacks 0 Permalink Previous Next Recent Posts Could be alot worse off Daffodil day Local Talent McDonalds new burger the McCaw Latest News Office Extension Underway New Dairy Farming Technology Milk must have a future Liquid Ammonium Sulphate Winters not over yet Humour from Molloyag Tags Competitions Competitions 1 Archive October 2015 1 August 2015 4 July 2015 4 June 2015 5 May 2015 6 Agri Comments Best Advice Welcome to Agri Comments where we regularly profile one of our customers every few months This time around we meet Clibborn farms More here Archive Hamish and Vicki Mee More here Pip and Dean Pye More here Agri View Our Blog Could be alot worse off David Molloy

    Original URL path: http://www.molloyag.co.nz/agri-view/brevicoryne-brassicae (2016-04-30)
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