Got a field of permanent pasture to reseed and aiming to drill straight into it. Sprayed off two weeks ago then had some p,k and lime.
I want to drill straight into it however slightly concerned there is to much old grass still there. Hogs and empty ewes are on it but don’t really touch the...
Written by Richard Halleron
The UK’s approach to weed management investment needs to be overhauled, if the needs of industry are to be met.
This was a key conclusion of the first ever major cross-sector review of weed management, commissioned by the Agricultural and Horticultural Development...
thoughts? In Suffolk we have only had a couple mm rain in the last month.
Personally we have good disease resistance varieties. Can’t find any disease present.
Didn’t get a T0 either.
If it doesn’t rain do we need to put fungicides on?
I was looking something to control some docks and dandelions etc it has been suggested to use doxstar with some agritox. Has anyone any other suggestions? Forefront etc is out of the question as the silage is sold off so I cant use anything with a restriction.
one for the TFF collective to think on.
Spraying for a customer today,
Large amount of one of Bayer’s black grass herbicides to spray.
The customers agronomist has done a recommendation sheet (and sent chemical) using a none Bayer adjuvant.
Now I dare say the product sent would probably work...
As posted elsewhere I bought a 12.5 Acre Paddock 3 years agoand have just sold the standing grass for hay once a year.
The grass is of mediocre quality and I have thought about ploughing it up and reseeding to improve the quality and to improve the drainage.
I think I read somewhere that if a...
I've been offered about 15 acre of very rushy ground, it's for free, as its needing some long term improvements, kinda funny bit so lm not ploughing it, the rushes are heaven's high, so cutting them would be a slow hard job, l was told if you roll them down with a heavy roller to break them and...
I use the HSE Pesticide register all the time to check products, but I didn't know there was also one for adjuvents, so thought I would share:
Provides a very easy way to look up adjuvants.
Written by cpm
Download PDF Good disease control relies on getting the correct dose of active ingredient to its target. CPM finds out how the adjuvant Kantor can help fungicide delivery and maximise its performance in the leaf. Large molecules, like prothioconazole, can need extra help to get...
Just mentioned in Agricultural Matters it might be interesting if everyone just took a picture today of what you were doing, however mundane it maybe, would show the variety of work carried out, will start tomorrow.