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  1. Corteva Updates

    New Rapid React Silage Inoculant

    New Rapid React Silage Inoculant A new, faster-acting Pioneer silage inoculant has been introduced by Corteva Agriscience™ in time for silage operations this summer. Pioneer brand 11G22 Rapid React (RR) is for use on high dry matter grass, wholecrop cereal and lucerne silage crops. Compared...
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    Controlling docks between silage cuts

    Controlling docks between silage cuts Grassland farmers may need to tackle dock infestations in silage fields in the next few weeks, as the early spring led to first cuts being taken before these tough perennial weeds could be treated. Where docks are present, weed control is a small cost...
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    Corteva Agriscience marks new era with launch of OSR herbicide Belkar

    Corteva Agriscience marks new era with launch of OSR herbicide Belkar Corteva Agriscience today reinforced its position as a leader in UK crop protection and seed by launching a ground-breaking new oilseed rape herbicide at Cereals 2019. Corteva spun from DowDuPont on 1 June to create an...
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    Changing weather conditions heaps blight pressure on potato growers

    Changing weather conditions heaps blight pressure on potato growers Farmers are facing challenging conditions in which to control late blight after Hutton Criteria disease warnings were declared in key potato-growing areas. A large percentage of the UK crop is at the critical rapid canopy...
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    Control thistles now to stop their spread

    Control thistles now to stop their spread Taking time to control thistles in established grassland now will prevent them spreading seed this summer and causing bigger infestations to deal with next spring, according to Dr Nicola Perry of Corteva Agrisciences. “Many thistles are now starting...
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    Getting on top of woody weeds

    Getting on top of woody weeds Brambles, gorse and broom are tough woody weeds which can grow quickly, taking over areas that could be grazed. “These sorts of weeds typically grow around the edges of fields and gateways,” says Dr Nicola Perry, weed biology specialist for Corteva Agriscience...
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    Farmers reminded to keep Forefront T-treated forage on-farm

    Farmers reminded to keep Forefront T-treated forage on-farm Farmers who have treated pasture with Forefront® T (contains aminopyralid and triclopyr), this year are reminded of the need to pay attention to restrictions on its use, and how treated grass may be subsequently used. Forefront T is...
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    Food and Farming Industry Awards

    Food and Farming Industry Awards The Food & Farming Industry Awards bring together the very best of the British food and farming industry for a highly prestigious awards ceremony at the House of Commons. The awards recognise and reward excellence, foster innovation and create a can-do...
  9. Corteva Updates

    Weed control in autumn sown leys

    Weed control in autumn sown leys Broadleaved weeds emerging in new-sown leys will reduce the amount of grass that can establish. To optimise the investment in reseeding, farmers should get rid of these weeds by spraying herbicide as soon as the grass shows three true leaves, says Dr Nicola...
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    Corteva Agriscience - A new company with a dedicated focus on UK agriculture

    Corteva Agriscience - A new company with a dedicated focus on UK agriculture Commenting on Corteva Agrisciences first day of trading as an independent, pure-play global agriculture leader, Adrian Gough, Country Leader of Corteva UK & Ireland, said: Today is the culmination of more than a...
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    Corteva launches Inatreq Learning Centre offering BASIS and NRoSO points

    Written by Charlotte Cunningham from CPM Magazine Corteva Agriscience has launched a new platform for farmers and agronomists to earn CPD points while learning about its new cereal fungicide molecule. The Inatreq Learning Centre went live on 18 February and offers users a series of informative...
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    Technology exhibitors set to return to Cereals

    Written by William Kellett from Agriland Exhibitors are flocking back to Cereals as the event gears up to welcome visitors in June. Among the names set to return are KWS, New Holland Agriculture, Corteva Agriscience, Bayer and Senova. Technology is a key theme, from crop breeding...
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    Big names back for Cereals 2022

    Written by Charlotte Cunningham from CPM Magazine KWS, New Holland Agriculture, Corteva Agriscience, Bayer and Senova are confirmed as some of the big names set to return to this year’s Cereals Event. Technology is a key theme, from crop breeding breakthroughs in the plots to the latest...
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    Groundsel control

    Struggling with controlling groundsel, used Tribenuron last year at 30g/ha, seemed to work best when mixed with tebuconazole, so what adjuvants would have the same characteristics as teb? Is there anything else that would give more reliable control, don’t want to use Dff as I think it kills soil...
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    Irish farmers gain new spring herbicide for oilseed rape

    Written by Charlotte Cunningham from CPM Magazine Korvetto, from Corteva Agriscience, has gained approval for use in Ireland following a UK launch two years ago. For use in OSR and containing ArylexTM active in formulation with clopyralid, Korvetto targets the ‘red-faced’ weeds which can...
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    Corteva launches ‘Utrisha N’ nutrient efficiency optimiser

    Written by Charlotte Cunningham from CPM Magazine Corteva Agriscience has launched Utrisha N (a nutrient efficiency optimiser), as part of its biostimulant portfolio – which it claims will help to meet demand for more sustainable crop protection products. According to the firm, Utrisha N is an...
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    Corteva Launches Utrisha® N Nutrient Efficiency Optimiser

    CortevaTM Agriscience has launched Utrisha N, a nutrient efficiency optimiser, as part of its biostimulant portfolio, helping to meet demand for more sustainable crop protection products. Utrisha N is an alternative nitrogen source that can supply actively growing plants with additional...
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    NrOSO points

    Where can you gain more points,done the normal,but still short.
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    Sustainable farming – Farming for the future

    Written by Charlotte Cunningham from CPM Magazine Download PDF Corteva and LEAF’s unique partnership through the Resilient and Ready programme provides farmers with training, support and mentoring to help their businesses be as robust as possible in light of a changing landscape for...
  20. Corteva Updates

    Stewardship tools enhanced as farmers prepare for propyzamide applications

    Significant upgrades to Corteva Agriscience’s Kerb Weather Data tool will help growers and advisers be even more precise when timing oilseed rape herbicide applications this winter. The data is relied upon by growers across the UK to identify the best time to apply AstroKerb® or Kerb® Flo 500...
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