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    T0 thoughts septoria control 2022

    What are peoples thoughts on what to use for septoria control at t0 this year? Didn't do a t0 for septoria last year, only teb on yellow rust susceptible varieties, but had too much septoria in may/june for my liking. What is there? Folpet? Can you get mancozeb this year? Triazole for the...
  2. Farmdeals

    15% Foliar Manganese available at Farmdeals

    15% Foliar Manganese available at Farmdeals.ag Highly compatible with most pesticides Reduced risk of crop scorch Effective on all soils Readily soluble Foliar Manganese fertiliser Delivered in non-returnable 1000 litre IBCs Manganese 15 is a manganese concentrate for foliar application &...
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    High pH.

    We have tested our soils, all are high pH, high magnesium, low sulphur and manganese. Is there any product that could be used and make our 3 and 4 index P&k more available. All fields are temporary and permanent grass.
  4. Jackov Altraids

    British Farmers to cut production by half ?

    Proposed headline: “In light of the massive rise in the cost of farm inputs, the confusion surrounding the phasing out of BPS and the Environment agency persecuting farmers with its wrong interpretation of legislation, the NFU have taken the unprecedented step of advising all farmers to cut...
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    Cutting the fertiliser budget

    A couple of years ago i was invited to a farm visit by a friend , and we had Joel Williams on hand.I have also listened to him at Groundswell talking about folia feeding a 4-5 % urea solution with added carbon and nickel to cereals after an initial application of N.Has anyone had a go at this ...
  6. Farmdeals

    9% Foliar Magnesium Sulphate available at Farmdeals

    Magnesium 9%MgO 18%S03 [7.2% S] Delivered in non returnable 1,000 litre IBCs Ideal where soils lock up Magnesium For all soils; reduces crop scorch risk Correction of Magnesium deficiency Magnesium 9% MgO wt/vol is formulated as a readily soluble foliar Magnesium fertiliser for the rapid...
  7. spikeislander

    Nitrogen replacement late in the day on growing crop

    Hi there this may belong in the holistic section but I’m not sure I do ! I’ve been tasked with cropping 200 acres in the coming years but with no man made nitrogen fertiliser , I’ll be exploring cover crops , catch crops , muck etc , although no digestate or compost due to plastics. I’ve...
  8. Hutchinsons News

    A world first: Foliar fertiliser manufactured from recycled batteries

    A world first: Foliar fertiliser manufactured from recycled batteries ZM-Grow is the first zinc and manganese foliar fertiliser to be made from used alkaline batteries. Registered and approved for use in the UK for both conventional and organic farming systems, ZM-Grow is distributed by...
  9. Hutchinsons News

    Tips to mitigate the impact of high fertiliser prices

    Tips to mitigate the impact of high fertiliser prices The unprecedented hike in nitrogen fertiliser prices, fuelled by surging wholesale gas markets, has left many farmers questioning how to reduce the inevitable impact this will have on 2022 crop margins. The cost of ammonium nitrate and...
  10. Hutchinsons News

    Donât drop guard against yellow rust and Septoria

    Donât drop guard against yellow rust and Septoria Recent cold, dry weather may have reduced the immediate disease pressure in cereal crops, but growers cannot drop their guard against yellow rust and Septoria at the main spring fungicide timings, leading agronomy firm Hutchinsons warns...
  11. Hutchinsons News

    Understand biostimulants for best results this spring

    Understand biostimulants for best results this spring There are often mixed views about the value of biostimulants to arable crops, but work by leading agronomy firm Hutchinsons shows they can benefit wheat yields if the correct product is applied at the optimum time. Trials over several...
  12. Hutchinsons News

    Soil mapping helps drive efficiency for hop and apple grower

    Soil mapping helps drive efficiency for hop and apple grower Digital mapping systems in horticultural crops, particularly top fruit and hops, are not yet as widely used as in broad-acre arable crops, but more growers are realising the potential benefits for improving consistency, yield and...
  13. Hutchinsons News

    Undersowing maize has soil health benefits

    Undersowing maize has soil health benefits Hutchinsons trials in Cumbria are showing how a low-cost way of undersowing maize with Italian ryegrass could have significant benefits for soil health. The trials at the firm’s Smalmstown Farm demonstration site near Carlisle, kindly hosted by Mr &...
  14. KWS News

    No room for complacency as production costs review leads to variety change

    No room for complacency as production costs review leads to variety change 03.09.19 It has been a good harvest for Kent farm manager Ryan McCormack and for the first time in his 12 years working for Burden Bros the business has not incurred any claims on more than 5000 tonnes of wheat. But...
  15. Corteva Updates

    Corteva Agriscience building new Biologicals portfolio; selects M2i for first global agreements

    Corteva Agriscience building new Biologicals portfolio; selects M2i for first global agreements Companies will jointly develop and globally commercialize pheromones for crop protection Wilmington, Del., USA and Saint Cloud, France - May 19, 2020 — Corteva Agriscience, a leading pure-play...
  16. Limagrain News

    Co-operating over growing maize is bringing benefits to two Cheshire farmers

    Co-operating over growing maize is bringing benefits to two Cheshire farmers For many dairy farmers, rebuilding forage stocks is going to be essential in the coming year. Finding flexible ways to increase production will be important and having maize grown on neighbouring land could be a...
  17. Limagrain News

    'Difficult' 2018 highlights importance of good spring barley establishment

    'Difficult' 2018 highlights importance of good spring barley establishment An extremely challenging spring barley season in 2018 has highlighted the importance of optimising crop establishment for achieving the highest yields. January was wetter than average for much of the UK and while...
  18. Limagrain News

    High yields and quality play out in Limagrains recommendations

    High yields and quality play out in Limagrains recommendations Based on the highest yields, a feed wheat, winter barley and oilseed rape from breeders Limagrain UK, take poll position in the 2019-2020 AHDB Recommended List, alongside three other varieties offering excellent quality attributes...
  19. Agrovista News

    Soil health is top of the agenda for Leicestershire dairy farm

    Soil health is top of the agenda for Leicestershire dairy farm A proactive view on forage crop management and soil health is helping to drive the productivity of a thriving Leicestershire dairy farm. Following a change of approach in 2012, Sludge Hall Farm’s herd increased from 100 to 600...
  20. Agrovista News

    Novel product unlocks soil phosphorus reserves

    Novel product unlocks soil phosphorus reserves Farmers could significantly reduce their phosphorus fertiliser bills and benefit the environment thanks to a novel product that converts unavailable phosphate into a crop-available form. Many high calcium or high pH soils might appear to have...
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