Goldcrop is Ireland’s largest wholesale supplier of Ag-Chem products, having co-operations and distribution arrangements with all of the major manufacturers such as Monsanto, BASF, Syngenta, Bayer, Nufarm, and DuPont. Currently, Goldcrop holds about 10% market share including the largest individual share of the Irish grassland herbicide market. As well as having shared distribution arrangements for some products (e.g. Roundup), Goldcrop are also exclusive agents for a number of ag-chem products in the Irish market (e.g. SumiMax, Premazor 57, Break-Thru).
To comply with impending EU legislation, most company sales representatives are already IASIS qualified and all products sold are registered with and approved by the DAFF Pesticides Control Service (PCS). In addition, Goldcrop are also members of FARM (Federation of Agrochemical Retail Merchants).
Product summary of the key herbicides used in grassland :-
A pyrethoid insecticide for the control of aphids and the reduction of BYDV in cereals. Click the image to view the information sheet PDF.Sumi Alpha Product Label
Many of the new aspects of the SUD come into force on 26th November, 2015. For details of your requirements and obligations as farmers, distributors and landscapers the PCS website is the first point of contact.
Click Here for Online Registration for SUDS - Sustainable Use of Pesticides Directive
Premazor 57 was removed from sale on December 31st, 2013. However, it is still allowed to be applied by end users until 30th June 2015, after which time any remaining stock should be disposed off in an appropriate manner
Non Selective Residual Herbicide for Non Crop Use.
Highest quality grain products including consumer grade seeds of barley, wheat and oats.
Goldcrop are to the fore in identifying suitable varieties and cropping systems.
Designed to maximize production potential & Overall sward longevity.
Competitive in cost of production and a good crop can produce the cheapest form of high quality silage.
Goldcrop are also exclusive agents for a number of ag-chem products in the Irish market.