Growers and agronomists now face the dilemma of an early application to remove competition from emerged wild oats, or holding off to allow more weeds to germinate.
Syngenta grassweeds technical manager, Georgina Wood, urges Axial Pro treatment as soon as conditions allow, once weeds are...
Identifying overwintered wild oat populations now, whilst crops are open and before spring flushes, will enable more effective spring control strategy decisions this season.
Understanding your wild oat population now will allow better tailoring of herbicide rates and timing of treatments...
I dont really pay much attention to ryegrass herbicides but will need some for this wheat after stewardship.
Best option for ryegrass, ideally not Atlantis style, and what conditions and timings? Wheat had 0.6 liberator plus avadex preem.
Do any of the mixes do blws too or better options for...
I have a block of land in SB, HSS drilled with the Freeflow straight into overwintered cultivation after it greened up and was sprayed off.
Seed came from very clean block on a separate farm, the aim was a cheap grow.
Where I drilled has historically been bad for wild oats, so I succumbed to the...
So, after a catastrophic winter barley crop (I suppose because of it) I now have an unbelievable block of wild oats :(.
I hadn’t even seen one here before:scratchhead:
Some barley is below 30%, some isn’t, of course being such a poor crop it is very variable.
Wild oats are watery to milky. How...
I've sprayed my spring barley with a su (finish SX or answer SX) in the last few days and now i have a rec to spray axial pro for wild oats. I've been told i need to keep the rates up as the su will effect how it works. How long a gap is best for least crop damage, how long before the rate can...
Some of the stuff i've sown is, some is ok, some is terrible!
It looks like i've sown it too thin, but I've not, it is desperate for a good downpour, I was thinking while driving from them earlier, there's not been drop of proper rain since they went in the ground.
How's yours looking?
I'm going to need to treat my spring barley for wild oats and I was wondering if theres much of a saving by using foxtrot instead of axial.
I've never used foxtrot before is it as safe and kind to the crop as axial?
Is it worth growing, the sense is every man and his dog is putting loads in, but the I read online many have drilled up with WW, driving through Suffolf the other day and there's lots more WW in than around Peterborough so is it worth it?
Is there any seed?
How much is seed???
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