winter wheat

  1. stroller

    Getting dry

    Anyone else think it's getting a bit dry? No rain for weeks, ground cracking, and no rain forecast.
  2. AHDB Cereals and Oilseeds

    US weather watching

    The outlook for the 2022/23 maize supply looks to depend on how much is planted in Ukraine and the US, as two key global exporters. Plantings are due to begin this month (April) for both countries, and so the market will eagerly await insight into planting progress. Rain in the eastern maize...
  3. Adama News

    ADAS report highlights yield and margin benefits from folpet 2022-04-12

    ADAS report highlights yield and margin benefits from folpet A new ADAS report indicates that the inclusion of folpet into wheat fungicide programmes consistently provides yield and margin benefits by improving septoria control. The report, which was commissioned by ADAMA and Syngenta...
  4. CPM RSS

    Microbial biostimulants – Double reason to make most of N

    Written by cpm from CPM Magazine Download PDF With so much focus on biostimulants to help crops use nutrients more efficiently, CPM finds out how two growers are using different microbial bionutritional products on their farms. We want to increase yield to make the most of higher prices but not...
  5. Bartholomews

    Monday Market Briefing - 11th April 2022

    Old crop was busily traded last week and has now spent six weeks trading more or less sideways at the highs set in early March. The only danger now is in getting stuck at the end with a round peg when only square holes are available. Judging the gap between different markets has become quite...
  6. T

    first time using n sensor passive

    hi. i have an old n sensor with x 20 controler. i know its out of date and pron to give bother, but im not intending in using it that much.. today was my first day to try it, just playing really. it was on winter wheat, and the settings i put in were growth stage 25/tillering, target rate...
  7. Bigjon44

    Winter wheat


    Pacifica plus residual effect

    I have a crop of winter wheat that is to spray with Pacifica Plus but there is some poor patches in the crop that i was going to DD some spring barley into as it is just for home feeding. If i spray it now and plant barley in a couple of weeks will the Pacifica have any residual effect that will...
  9. G

    Growing Sunflowers in Kent

    Hi everyone, new to the forum so let me know if this is the wrong place to post this. I've started working with a local farmer and we are planning on growing a trial crop of sunflowers down in Kent. We have 5 acres that we have dedicated to it this year. We want to know the specifications...
  10. Alistair Nelson

    Andrew Ward's Drill Demo Day

    Anybody go? The Good, the Bad, the Ugly? Watching the first video on Youtube ground conditions looked testing with wet clay land and the soil pit actually filling with water overnight!! Interested to hear people who went thoughts? Cheers Alistair
  11. AHDB Cereals and Oilseeds

    Strengthened sterling stalls price push in line with Paris

    Markets have been very sensitive to new news in recent weeks, with escalations in Ukraine providing underlying support. Increased sanctions on Russia from the West, coupled with poorer than expected US crop conditions have heightened supply concerns. In turn, this offered extra support to grain...
  12. AHDB Cereals and Oilseeds

    USDA crop conditions – more woes for wheat?

    Yesterday, the USDA released their first crop progress report for 2022. Crop conditions failed to impress, falling below the lowest trade estimates. Just 30% of US winter wheat was rated in good-excellent condition. Last year, at the same point, 53% of the crop was good-excellent. We have to...
  13. Bossfarmer

    Yield difference between SB and WHEAT on your farm!!!(poll)

    in light of recent input rises and lower spring cropping options im curious to know the difference people find in yield between SB and wheat on their farms and why? @Chae1 @chaffcutter @lexion780tt @Clive @Brisel @bobk @glasshouse @Jerry @Phil P @Adeptandy @holwellcourtfarm
  14. K

    Small arable farm with Phosphorus deficiency Advice

    Been to see a small arable farm (38.88ha cropable) in Dorset, the land has been farmed by a Tennant diary farmer who's been using the land for whole crop possibly back to back. The Winter wheat they have planted is showing signs of what look like Phosphorus deficiency, Would this be a long term...
  15. D

    Anybody considering suspending production for a year?

    With input price inflation high, is anybody considering suspending production for a year?
  16. Kevtherev


    Evening all I thought it may be a good idea of a dedicated legume thread for the livestock men. Clovers being the most popular inclusion in a grazing mix. Place to share ideas and info on alternative legumes used in grazing systems. Establishment methods/grazing management etc
  17. Farming Monthly National RSS

    Bringing variety crop plots together for better comparison

    Written by Administrator from Farming Monthly National Crop plots are back centre stage at the Cereals Event, meaning visitors can compare top varieties side by side. The winter wheat and barley feature showcases new and popular Recommended List varieties, says arable project manager...
  18. P

    Changing to no till on 300 acres

    We are looking to move down the regen route, mob grazing and no till, we have around 300 acres of arable (decent ground thats been pretty much spring barley and winter wheat for years) that we are looking to direct drill after a cover crop next year, there is another part of the farm that when I...
  19. Badshot

    Which clover/legume is fastest establishing after harvest?

    Looking to dd clover or similar into wheat stubbles to be my overwinter covers, may add some cheap grass seed if there's any available to give variety. Will any establish fast enough to be useful? Or is it a waste of effort? I graze them normally too. Some will be terminated early march...
  20. F

    Fungicide spraying with frosts at night & cold conditions

    As per 2022 spraying season is being a bugger. :mad: With yellow rust in WW skyfall, windy conditions and frosts at night into next week (w/c 4/4/22) with showers a real problem next week, should I be putting a fungicide on if wind allows a window, or let mother nature with the frosts do the...