Ive a couple of fields of spring barley that's are very lush....what would be the best pgr to go in at and at what rate, ideally to thicken the stem and take a bit of future height of it. It's just started stem extention. I've canopy, moddus and cerone in store.
What rates do people go down to and still get some effect. Got Zulu, istabraq and skyscraper on light land, 200kg n already had split moddus and one 3c only knee high 24" at the moment and flags are nearly fully out. Pretty thick crops but very springy. I'm thinking 0.3 on all of it for...
Have flag leaf poking out by about an inch in 6th October drilled Siskin. Anyone care to venture how long until its likely to be ready for T2? @Fromebridge, is NIAB doing leaf emergence predictions for T2 timings (I guess it's not so tricky as T1)?
Thinking of doing the equivalent of 1 - 1.25l...
Ok, for someone who pays a *lot* of attention to varieties this one has slipped by my radar.
Not late to cut
Could some growers shed some more light on it? Looks French, so does it tiller well? Cover the ground quick? Is it spindly like cordiale...
I know I know not as dry as Australia, but for growing good wheat 5 mm of rain so far this month following an exceptional dry winter is not go to be filling the barn, let's just hope we get a 15mm-25mm before the end of the month.
Every year in the east mids we see to have a spring drought now.
thoughts? In Suffolk we have only had a couple mm rain in the last month.
Personally we have good disease resistance varieties. Can’t find any disease present.
Didn’t get a T0 either.
If it doesn’t rain do we need to put fungicides on?
Do I dare miss a T0 growth reg out on forward lush winter wheat gravity?
Sprayer out of action and feel forecast is dry and I normally regret spanking the wheat as the weather dries up.
Also feel tight and don't want to spend on contractor while mine is being fixed!
got 5 litres of this(see picture below) in the store and want to use it up. Barely agronomist says put it on the wheat, wheat agronomist says put it on the barley. In general which crop would be the best to use it up on. Barley is having some helix(prothioconazole and spiroxamine) and Impreza...
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