Written by Charlotte Cunningham from CPM Magazine
Cereal growers are being urged to consider the benefits of controlling broadleaf weeds in cereal crops this autumn, rather than waiting until spring. Charlotte Cunningham reports. Most growers favour leaving the bulk of weed control until...
With the oilseed rape area expected to increase this autumn, Corteva Agriscience is advising farmers to consider a reactive approach to weed control in order to reduce risks during crop establishment.
Buoyant prices for the 2021 crop are being underpinned by demand from processors and it is...
Been given a recommendation for week control in spring barley.
75g/ ha counter sx
0.3 l/ha Pixxaro
Seems a heavy dose to me.....just the usual suspects to deal with and not too big atvthr moment. Advice needed. Thanks
Performance has been utterly pants on Sterile brome this year. Previous years it kills most of them, but always leaves a few stunted plants to return seed and continue the cycle.
This year there are healthy plants all over the crop.
Do I just put it down to the cold April allowing the brome to...
Starane Hi-Load HL has been granted a new EAMU for BLW control in Millet
"With the loss of Bromoxynil another BLW herbicide was needed" says Premium Crops Company Agronomist, Hannah Foxall,"Having fluroxypyr as a Post-Emergence option will enhance our control of; cleavers, knotgrass, black...
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🤷♂️
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The introduction of Belkar®, a robust post-emergence herbicide for tackling key...
John Sellars: This post-emergence herbicide window will be crucial for oilseed rape growers
A lot of arable farmers will be glad to see the back of the last growing season and will be looking forward to a fresh start.
Every year we are reminded of how volatile the business of producing food...
Early drilled oilseed rape needs tailored herbicide programme
Farmers who drilled oilseed rape in July and August without applying a pre-emergence herbicide will need a tailored approach to weed control this autumn.
Corteva AgriscienceTM says earlier drilling is one strategy being employed on...
Yield-topping PT279CL is leading Clearfield variety again
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Provisional harvest data shows that the variety has returned a...
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Winter Linseed is coming towards end of flowering and I now have a pretty blanket of pink fumitory flowers starting to appear above the crop. Just wondering if anybody has had any success spraying it out at this late stage? If so, what product and is it cost effective?
Can those with the knowledge give me the pros and cons of growth regulator on spring barley this year the mix I’m planning is herbicide wild oat and broadleaf with fungicide trace elements
I’m hearing it might be a hot mix with the added drought and straw will stunt quite badly we have heavy...
Unusually cold this week. Another frost this morning, so at least 3 this week now.
Have T2 on wheat to do, T1 on SB and some beans to tidy up. All mixes containing a herbicide.
Anybody not applying with such low night temps?
I can use 24D as part of a mix with roundup in Kyleo as a full knockdown of weeds.
But when it comes to spring crops I'm finding myself ladling on expensive Zypar because I'm now scared of growing direct drill osr with an su
What am I missing here, What is it that those old fashioned contact...
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?
As per the title really. One for the agronomy geeks! @Ugo79 @richard hammond @Bogweevil @BenB - I've has a discussion with Nick.
I have a couple of ex AB9 winter seed plots now in spring barley. Despite a good dose of glyphosate pre drilling, the chicory is coming back and will soon be...
Weed pressure could increase in south east following dry spell
A prolonged period of dry weather coupled with a significant switch to spring cropping is causing weed control programmes to change for farmers in south east England.
Torrential winter rain led to a huge shift away from winter...