winter wheat

  1. 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...
  2. 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...
  3. 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...
  4. 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...
  5. CPM RSS

    Sencrop partnership enables bespoke disease forecasting

    Written by Charlotte Cunningham from CPM Magazine Sencrop has joined forces with the Information System for Integrated Plant production (ISIP) to provide bespoke disease forecasting for farmers based on pooled and individual data. Taking into account local temperature, humidity and...
  6. casemx 270

    Cultural control of ryegrass

    We have some quite bad ryegrass can you tell me what is the best practice ie autumn cultivations and then cultivations pre spring drilling . Fields are in arable rotation and we want to continue with this . Thanks
  7. ffukedfarmer

    Wireworms and Spring Barley

    I drilled some spring barley into half a field where the reseed failed last year at the weekend. Now digging around it’s obvious the reseed failed due to wireworm as they are present in every hole I’ve dug. With a decent seed bed and decent soil temperature will it grow away from the little...
  8. bobk

    Anyone growing crops with no fert ?

    Excluding organic boys , could be interesting
  9. K

    Success of direct drilling in long term.

    Having used a Dale drill successfully for 20 years of notillage leaving all straw chopped on the surface with a mix of autumn and spring sown cash crops . I have come to the conclusion that a notillage idealist approach is maybe not the answer and we have to be flexible to aerating the soil...
  10. S

    Winter Wheat N Question

    Lets say I grow winter wheat after beans and with no N at all it could yield 1.5t acre With 160 units of N it grows 4t acre Does that mean my N costs should be attributed to the extra 2.5 ton only? Lets say each unit is £1. Does it cost me £40 t in N to get my yield extra yield or does it...
  11. Badshot

    SFI pilot

    Well I have had it with this now. Emails still aren't coming to me direct, so I am missing some fairly important ones I think. The amount of nonsensical rubbish coming out is overwhelming, there's nobody listening to us when we ask questions, utter shambles. The rewards do not add up at...
  12. B

    Will Very High Input Costs, Cause A Drop In Production?

    Well the story of the dairy farmer, in the AG press the other day has for him? my view is that alot of farmers will not buy fertilizer at the currant prices and many might take the view, such as in the beef industry, just cash in the cows, why bother to make sliage, hay etc etc etc, with all...
  13. T

    Ukraine

    WHEAT Ukraine are going to be strugling to plant wheat leaving the world short of wheat, this government need to look at a scheme to plant wheat instead of trees and solar panels when will they wake up or will it take until we run out of food? I feel very sorry for the farmers in Ukraine as...
  14. Breckland Boy

    Beet '22

    Made a start drilling today. Direct into an ex 2 year ley. Reasonably confident that it won't blow.
  15. Barleymow

    Might as well pack up

  16. D

    Ideal time for all farmers with any common sense to tell farm assurance schemes to go to hell.

    As above, we are on the brink of worldwide food shortage, if not even worse. What better time can there ever be for all farmers with any common sense to tell Red Tractor and all other farm assurance rackets to go to hell? As ever of course there will be some who won’t, and they will take the...
  17. S

    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...
  18. Gator_boy9

    Bare minimum N rates

    Seriously considering splitting what nitrogen we have in the shed across 2 seasons. Had planned to go with 140N/ha on both wheat and osr, dropping to 70kg N would insulate us from high N prices in 2023 but potential would drop to 6-7t/ ha I think. Averaged 8.3t in 2021 on 60:40 1st and 2nd...
  19. AHDB Cereals and Oilseeds

    Bull run continues into 2022/23

    The Black Sea region is vital to global wheat supply, hence the market reaction to the current situation. Between Russia and Ukraine, they account for 29% of global exports. In Ukraine, over 73% (23.5Mt) of their 2021/22 wheat crop (32.0Mt) was expected to be exported (UkrAgroConsult). That...
  20. 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...
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