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Bayer CropScience launches New Zealand website

4 October 2005

Bayer CropScience launches New Zealand website

Bayer CropScience (BCS) customers and clients now have easier access to important product information with the launch this week of the BCS New Zealand website.

The website contains substantial information on all BCS products available in New Zealand, including overviews of what each product does, safety data sheets, label information and product safety cards.

BCS New Zealand marketing manager Peter Fisher says there are 60 products listed on the site and these will be continually added to as new products and formulations come to market.

“This is the first time such comprehensive information on our New Zealand products has been available in one place. I’m sure it will be of huge benefit to producers throughout the country who want more information on the best crop protection solutions for their crops.

“The website is backed up by our national team of area managers, who are available to offer firsthand advice to producers throughout the country.”

Another valuable resource on the website aimed at practically assisting producers and farmers is a tool section. These tools include a boom output calculator, a herbicide quantity calculator and useful conversion tables for area, distance volume and weight.

The new website also contains all the latest BCS news from New Zealand and globally, and links to the various Bayer websites around the world.

“We are truly thrilled with the website and hope our customers will be too,” says Fisher. “We look forward to receiving feedback – online of course through the feedback component of the site.”

The new Bayer CropScience website address is


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