septoria

  1. CPM RSS

    Septoria – ‘Soft’ guys prevail

    Written by cpm from CPM Magazine Download PDF The reporting of fungicide sensitivity data can be alarming, but all may not be as it first seems. CPM digs deep into the results of Bayer monitoring data. The EC50 value only measures a change in fungicide sensitivity, but it’s not a measure of...
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    Tech Talk – The unpredictable predator

    Written by Tom Allen-Stevens from CPM Magazine Download PDF Don’t allow the last few years of low septoria pressure to lull you into a false sense of security – it’s evolved into a greater threat than ever. CPM gleans expert advice on the pathogen and how to use new chemistry to keep it in...
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    Insider’s view – Champion of champions

    Written by cpm from CPM Magazine Download PDF Taking the gold medal for wheat yields is a new variety from DSV that promises to deliver both in the field against disease and in filling the barn. CPM takes an in depth look at just what gave Champion its name. It’s fantastic to see a plant...
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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...
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    Theory to Field – Guard against fungicide resistance

    Written by cpm from CPM Magazine Download PDF If you use fungicides to control plant diseases like septoria in wheat, it will drive selection of resistant populations. A meaty AHDB-led project aims to find out the best way to keep the handbrake on this process. CPM finds out more. We can have...
  6. Farmer Fin

    Greening effects of strobes in cereals

    It seems to be accepted that strobes prolong greening of a crop. Are there any difference between strobes and is the effect still seen so much with their loss of activity? There appear to be a few papers but I can’t access them as I don’t have a subscription.
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    Fungicide Thoughts for the season ahead

    Everyones stocks of CTL must surely have dwindled now. Plenty of forward growth on crops. What people starting to think about fungicide decisions going forward? For me: OSR - nothing probably. But its not overly lush Winter Barley - Probably go for a 3 spray program where I usual go for...
  8. Hutchinsons News

    Act early to stop yellow rust and Septoria

    Act early to stop yellow rust and Septoria Early action will be key to preventing yellow rust and Septoria gaining a foothold in crops as we enter the main spring growing period, according to leading agronomy firm Hutchinsons. The risk from both diseases is relatively high following a milder...
  9. 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...
  10. 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...
  11. KWS News

    Variety choice decides agronomy spend

    Variety choice decides agronomy spend 03.09.19 After what has been a difficult year, the importance growers attach to a variety’s disease resistance is likely to increase even further. For many, the ability of a variety to resist disease has overtaken yield as the deciding factor when...
  12. 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...
  13. KWS News

    Barrel and Jackal: still the two best soft wheats for the north

    Barrel and Jackal: still the two best soft wheats for the north 03.09.19 Scotland’s growers will be familiar with the winter wheat varieties KWS Barrel and KWS Jackal. As the two highest-yielding soft wheats for the north (based on complete data) growers were quick to spot their suitability...
  14. Corteva Updates

    Corteva Agriscience Inatreq⢠Active Approved in UK

    Corteva Agriscience Inatreq⢠Active Approved in UK 31 March 2021: Corteva Agriscience announced today that the UK has approved the registration of a product with Inatreq™ active. Univoq™ fungicide with Inatreq active, now approved for sale and use in the UK, is a new fungicide that offers...
  15. Corteva Updates

    Innovation key for future of UK agriculture, reflects Cortevaâs retiring UK & Ireland Country Leader

    Innovation key for future of UK agriculture, reflects Cortevaâs retiring UK & Ireland Country Leader The need for innovation will be key for the continued success of UK agriculture, Corteva Agrisciences Adrian Gough has said ahead of his retirement in March. Corteva Agriscience announced in...
  16. CHAPs News

    Featured Solution - Data Diagnostic Insights - The Rise of the Digital Farm

    Featured Solution - Data Diagnostic Insights - The Rise of the Digital Farm Five years ago, when people started talking about Digital Farming and Big Data, most were not sure what this was or how it related to field base crop production. Since then, writes Keith Norman, the speed of technical...
  17. Cope Seeds News

    New wheat blends launched: Stepping back to move forward

    New wheat blends launched: Stepping back to move forward Many UK farmers are exploring cereal blends as a way of tacking disease and reducing inputs in favour of a regenerative approach to farming, and leading seed supplier Cope Seeds and Grain, is launching a pre-mixed range of organic and...
  18. Cope Seeds News

    NEW: Introducing RGT Saki feed wheat

    NEW: Introducing RGT Saki feed wheat One of the most exciting feed wheats to hit the Recommended List in recent years looks set to earn a place on conventional and organic farms across the country from next autumn onwards. RGT Saki is the new outstanding group 4 soft wheat variety...
  19. Cope Seeds News

    6 of the best wheat varieties to look out for

    6 of the best wheat varieties to look out for Expert insight from Trevor Cope Though there are a lot of varieties to choose from, and a lot of varieties grown, there are some we can suggest that will create more interest than others. In terms of choosing a GROUP 1 milling variety, they...
  20. Agrovista News

    Sartorialâs resilience powers it to top spot in wheat variety trial

    Sartorialâs resilience powers it to top spot in wheat variety trial Excellent establishment and impressive early vigour helped Sartorial winter wheat top the yield stakes in Agrovistas recently harvested variety trial at Kelso in the Scottish Borders. Sartorial achieved a treated yield of...
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