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  1. GAM

    HELP Needed "Buttercup Infestation"

    Invested with Buttercups, now that they have flowered what is the best method now to control them? I am going to cut the field and clear the grass off. When do I need to spray, or what's the next thing to do?
  2. Skye steele21

    Need to get rid of buttercups!

    I have masses of buttercups growing in my horse paddocks, could anyone point me in the direction of the right spray to kill them off with, thank you x
  3. Bigjon44

    Too late for mayweed tidy up?

    Just got a few mayweed and nettle getting through on some headlands. Is it too late now to tidy up with an SU ? Any other products as wheat now in ear!! Tried zypar last year but didn't touch mayweeds once they got to certain size
  4. Bigjon44

    Groundsel in wheat

    Got a smattering of quite tall groundsel in a field of wheat.is it worth doing anything or will anything do anything at this stage to take it out or not too worry about it
  5. JPB

    Dock spray and buttercup spray combined.

    Afternoon, One of my customers wants their paddocks spraying for buttercups and docks. Is there a spray that does both well. Normally use fluroxpyr based product for docks and 24d for buttercups. Guessing be a waste of time mixing, is there something that does both well? Thanks
  6. D

    Controlling groundsel?

    Annoyingly, I see that I've missed a strip in one of my wheat fields, which is nearly at T1, and a large patch of well grown groundsel is very noticeable. What can I use to kill it, given that all the chemicals in the spray store don't say that they will control it? Presently I have Eagle...
  7. CPM RSS

    Research Briefing – Partners in success

    Written by Charlotte Cunningham from CPM Magazine Download PDF The latest trials by Nufarm have shown that the scope of weed control by its sulfonylurea herbicide, Paramount Max, can be extended to ‘off-label’ species when paired with partner products – helping growers to tackle some of the...
  8. Corteva Updates

    Take advantage of autumn conditions to reseed pastures

    Take advantage of autumn conditions to reseed pastures Farmers who missed out reseeding fields in this year’s dry spring can still upgrade their pastures now by carrying out an autumn reseed. “New swards that mainly consist of perennial ryegrass can produce more than 3t DM/ha more grass...
  9. Corteva Updates

    Spring cereals switch demands herbicide strategy rethink

    Spring cereals switch demands herbicide strategy rethink Farmers abandoning winter cereals and switching to spring wheat and barley will need to pay close attention to broadleaf weed control if they are to prevent significantly reduced yields. For many arable farms, fieldwork taking place...
  10. Corteva Updates

    Winter wheat grassweed threat needs urgent attention

    Winter wheat grassweed threat needs urgent attention Significant populations of grassweeds, including ryegrass and brome, threaten winter wheat yields this year after farmers struggled to implement robust herbicides in the autumn. Spring applications of a contact graminicide to control...
  11. 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...
  12. Corteva Updates

    Take advantage of autumn conditions to reseed pastures

    Take advantage of autumn conditions to reseed pastures Farmers who missed out reseeding fields in this year’s dry spring can still upgrade their pastures now by carrying out an autumn reseed. “New swards that mainly consist of perennial ryegrass can produce more than 3t DM/ha more grass...
  13. Corteva Updates

    Spring cereals switch demands herbicide strategy rethink

    Spring cereals switch demands herbicide strategy rethink Farmers abandoning winter cereals and switching to spring wheat and barley will need to pay close attention to broadleaf weed control if they are to prevent significantly reduced yields. For many arable farms, fieldwork taking place...
  14. Corteva Updates

    Winter wheat grassweed threat needs urgent attention

    Winter wheat grassweed threat needs urgent attention Significant populations of grassweeds, including ryegrass and brome, threaten winter wheat yields this year after farmers struggled to implement robust herbicides in the autumn. Spring applications of a contact graminicide to control...
  15. 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...
  16. chester

    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...
  17. Bojangles

    Fat Hens will they eat them or am I going to have to kill the clover

    Got a reseed that is just full of fat hens 🤦‍♂️ I took the chance as it was sprayed off and put a decent amount of clover in the mix. Now I’m staring at a bloody mess. Have put ewes on it and obviously they are loving the grass but it’s becoming obvious as they eat it down how bad the bloody...
  18. Farm Business RSS

    Dow Shield® 400 controlling weeds in game cover crops

    Written by John Swire Game cover crops for shooting and wildlife and wild bird seed mixtures need careful management, starting with reducing the weed population which will help their establishment. This can be challenging, as often there are mixtures of different crop types established in the...
  19. P

    Axial Pro

    What rate to guarantee wild oat control in spring barley if crop is GS30. Given moisture will 0.6l/ha do or do you need 0.82l/ha (equivalent to old Axial at 0.45l/ha)?
  20. czechmate

    Cleavers

    I have a small patch of oats which due to low rate liberator have no weeds👍, except cleavers. I don’t have a starane type product but I do still have a lot of MCPA and 24d which I mix for grass fields. Would on of those or a mix kill cleavers? The labels only talk about perennial weeds🤷‍♂️ tia
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