An upcoming meeting for Victorian vegetable growers coordinated by Bayer will feature Paul Horne from IPM technologies and highlight some new label claims in Bayer’s vegetable portfolio.

To be held at Fresh Select in Werribee, the meeting will provide updates on management of diamondback moth, white blister, plant health, resistance management and chemical impact on beneficial insects.

Time/date: 1:00pm, Friday 26 October 2018
Fresh Select Meeting Room, 610 Duncans Road, Werribee South VIC

With Bayer’s Movento now registered for the management of diamondback moth in brassicas, Paul Horne will discuss the fit for this product in resistance management for Group 28 insecticides.

Infinito is also soon to be registered for the control of white blister in brassica vegetables and downy mildew in leafy vegetables, and brings two modes of action to the foliar fungicide market in vegetables. This meeting will launch these uses of Infinito and take a look at a paddock trial showcasing its impact.

For more information on this meeting, including the full agenda and the planned discussions for the day, take a look at the event flyer.

If you’re interested in attending, please RSVP for catering purposes to Al Beyer at by Wednesday 24 October.

This post appeared in the AUSVEG Weekly Update published 23 October 2018. Subscribe to the Update using our online form to receive the latest industry news in your inbox every week!