Welcome to our podcast, The PotCast!
After months of research and recordings, we are pleased to introduce the Syngenta PotCast!
If you are a professional horticulture grower, this is the podcast for you! An engaging and informative insight into managing your crops, we cover everything from technical issues, to product discussions, regulatory changes and spray advice. Bought to you by Daniel Lightfoot, the UK Business Manager and Liz Green, Marketing Manager for EAME with special industry guests in feature length podcasts.
Make applications work better for you
The efficacy of Plant Protection Products can be dramatically improved with correct application techniques. Daniel Lightfoot and Glenn Kirby discuss the Art of Application
Biopesticides make the grade
Focusing on why biopesticides and biostimulants are featuring more in growers’ IPM programmes.
Keep seasonal leaf diseases in check
Measures for mildews
This podcast we're talking about measures for takling mildew in professional horticulture crops
Time to tackle spider mite
Hints and tips on tackling spider mite for the upcoming year
Understanding how fungicides work
Feature length podcast: all about Subdue
Daniel interviews Fargro's Ant Surridge and Chris Dart about the product Subdue. How it works, what it controls and how you can get the best out of it on your crops
Don’t forget your roots!
With spring round the corner, and sowing, transplanting and potting lines operating at their peak, root health takes even more of a priority than usual.
Rusts under restraint
Rust diseases can strike at most times of the year but, like Botrytis and mildews, they can be a particular problem in glasshouses and polytunnels during the colder months. It’s often a challenge to keep crops well ventilated and humidity under control.
Active growth for crops with resilience
Ornamental crops can come under stress of one kind or another at anytime but spring arguably when it's most likely.
Take the stress out of plant health
Ornamental crops can come under stress of one kind or another at anytime but spring is arguably when it’s most likely.
Amino acids as an antidote to stress
An introduction to Amino Acids and their use in Ornamental Plant production. It seems like they are going to play an important role in plant management in the future.