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  1. N

    Spring barley fungicides

    It’s been a long time since I’ve grown spring barley, what are people using for fungicides and growth regs this year? Crop looks well with good potential
  2. JCfarmer

    Winter oats not looking happy at the moment!

    Has anyone got red/brown tipped leaves. Agronomist thinks its the cold dry weather we've had, I hope anyway! He said other clients have the same. Sprayed 10 days ago with 1.25 l Chlormequat 0.5 l Tubosan 0.1 l Moddus 0.4 l Starane 21g Ally Max Started spraying after 10 in the morning and...
  3. Clive

    No fungicide 2021

    nearly may and yet to use a fungicide, crops spotless clean cold, dry - could this be the first year we don’t use this group of chemicals at all ? rain could change things yet but it will need to be significant now to rebalance smd’s anyone else not applied a fungicide to wheat or barley...
  4. Hutchinsons News

    Don't drop guard against yellow rust and Septoria

    Don't 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...
  5. Corteva Updates

    Take a closer look at new Univoq™ fungicide

    It's been a busy week at Corteva Agriscience. The production of our new Univoq™ fungicide was completed on Friday and this morning the product arrived in the UK. Here are some photos from our production facility in Cernay and Univoq's arrival at RASE. Univoq is available for delivery now...
  6. Agriland RSS

    Nail yellow rust early this season

    Written by William Kellett Yellow rust levels are currently high across the country, with infections set to rise over the next few weeks. This means that growers should be prepared to protect crops from this potentially devastating disease. Andrew Wright, area business manager at Hutchinsons...
  7. B

    Bio-fungicides at T0

    Been recommended the use of iodus (Laminarin active) at T0 for septoria protection based in south west so high disease pressure. Are many others planning on using these bio-fungicides at T0 to replace CTL, with folpet not looking like a cost effective choice. Dont see these bio-fungicides...
  8. kiwi pom

    EU vaccine role out.

    I read an article this morning say the ultra efficient EU are having problems making the AstraZeneca vaccine in their factories. Instead of fixing them they are saying the vaccine from UK factories, that are not having problems should be sent to them. So Britain can do something right? Perhaps...
  9. D

    Vaccinate twice or twice as many?

    Debate today about the vaccination policy. Should they postphone second jabs, to focus on more first jabs? My personnal uniformed opinion is to give out the 2 nd doses, the rest of us can wait a few more weeks.
  10. Syngenta UK

    Autumn Guide - Learning Lessons from the Past

    THE IMPORTANCE OF MULTI-SITES History clearly tells us that single-site fungicides used without the addition of a multi-site can quickly succumb to resistance evolution. Alternative multi-sites such as folpet can be used to manage resistance and extend the life of existing chemistry. THE...
  11. Agriland RSS

    Wheat DNA shows visually clean crops had high levels of Septoria

    Written by Agriland Team 2020 was a relatively low-pressure disease year for cereal crops, although rain in June did bring a late surge to disease levels in crops and Septoria in winter wheat. In a recent webinar, run by BASF, researchers stated that even in these low-pressure years, varieties...
  12. F

    Future Chocolate spot control

    So this year wasn't bad and didn't really show up loss of CTL. Going forward are there any EAMUs for existing products on the horizon or maybe possibly new products? AFAIK I know current approved triazoles and strobs have limited effects on Choc spot. My hunch (and a quick google) is that...
  13. J

    Caught in Fungicide Spray

    New to this forum and am a smallholder not a farmer so I hope you won't mind me asking this. Can anyone tell me how harmful it could have been to breathe in fungicide spray straight after it was sprayed? Walked in it for a minute or so after the sprayer went straight past me at close quarters...
  14. bankrupt

    Glume Blotch

    The HGCA has completely copped out on septoria nodurum for years past - currently every variety on their list is given a provisional (lack of information) [6], except Bennington [7] and Extase [-]. Hopefully, they'll now be quick enough on their feet to see that this year's extreme weather...
  15. Zippy768

    Anybody NOT t2-ing, t1-ing etc because of frosts

    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?
  16. U

    Hung out to dry ?

    I heard a snippet of news this morning on Radio 4 concerning something in todays Financial Times about the proposed trade agreement with the USA & a relaxation of standards to get the trade talks moving and in particular "agriculture ".Perhaps other forum members can put some meat on the bone on...
  17. Adama News

    T2: the key spray timing for wheat

    With the T2 spray timing for wheat crops rapidly approaching thoughts turn to providing adequate protection to the top two leaves to keep them clean and disease free. T2 fungicide treatments are the most significant in terms of protecting final yields as it is this spray timing which provides...
  18. G

    Winter wheat yields

    Whats the opinion on wheat crops? 80% or 60% of normal
  19. snarling bee

    T2, anybody using Revystar??

    Is anybody going to use Revystar at T2, would a low rate work as well as a good rate of the slightly older chemistry if you spend the same ££. My best wheat is Extase, so Revysol would be a bit OTT, but I have got a decent block of Crusoe which might benefit.
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