1. Fromebridge

    Chlorothalonil withdrawal confirmed

    Withdrawn form sale Nov 20th 2019 Last use up May 20th 2020
  2. ZXR17


    Flag leaf half emerged on Zyatt now.
  3. W

    Getting a little dry

    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.
  4. Clive

    This is a book..... ......

    ......... that should be compulsory reading for every farmer, farm worker, agronomist, politician and input supplier In fact it should be compulsory for any human being that eats to read...
  5. ajd132


    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?
  6. S

    Barley agronomist V wheat agronomist

    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...
  7. The Agrarian

    chlorothalonil ban

    How much of a problem does this present to you cropping guys? An article in the guardian says it's tye most widely used pesticide in the UK. Sounds bad.
  8. Clive

    2019 t0

    whose planning what (if anything ) ?
  9. Agriland RSS

    Sclerotinia infection risk alerts return for 2019

    Written by Agriland Team With oilseed rape (OSR) about to enter the critical flowering period, AHDB has restarted its sclerotinia infection risk alerts service for 2019. The web-based service uses a simple traffic-light system to highlight the UK areas where weather conditions are currently...
  10. Clive

    Good news for CTL and Epoxi

    Looks like an extension has been granted for both I'm told Epoxi is very short in the market however as it was predicted to loose registration so most distributors have run stock down and manufactures produced less, the lead time to manufacture more could be as long as 12 months