yellow rust

  1. A

    T1 Fungicide advice please

    Hi all. Have been sent Skyway (very expensive) by my agronomist to apply as a T1 alongside Toledo, which I already have in stock. Wheat variety is Costello which I believe is very tolerant against rust- is there any advantage to applying the Toledo AND Skyway or can some more experienced arable...
  2. CPM RSS

    New cereal disease decision support tool launched

    Written by Charlotte Cunningham Syngenta has launched a new, online support tool to help growers with fungicide decisions in winter wheat and in winter and spring barley. Charlotte Cunningham reports. Available at, the interactive...
  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...
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    Don’t drop guard against yellow rust and septoria, warns Hutchinsons

    Written by Charlotte Cunningham Recent cold, dry weather may have reduced the immediate disease pressure in cereal crops, but growers can mustn’t drop their guard against yellow rust and septoria at the main spring fungicide timings, according to the latest advice from Hutchinsons. Charlotte...
  5. 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...
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    Performance data for new wheat fungicide released

    Written by Agriland Team The Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB) has released UK fungicide performance data for a newly authorised wheat product in that market – Univoq. Based on a new mode of action, Univoq should help protect the long-term efficacy of key wheat fungicides...
  7. F

    Anybody making silage yet?

    As above, been a long winter glad to be making silage as we’re almost completely out after last years dry summer in Hampshire, anybody else on it?
  8. CPM RSS

    Yellow rust – The rust race

    Written by cpm Download PDF Every season has a new chapter to the yellow rust story. CPM finds out the lastest twists in the tale as the UKCVPS reported the results of its surveillance last season. UKCPVS received higher than expected reports of disease in some varieties. By Lucy de la Pasture...
  9. Zippy768


    Ours we be there end of next week I expect, especially when in warms up. No T0 and no disease about here. What are people thinking? SDHI? Anything will be partnered with Folpet.
  10. CPM RSS

    New web-based service reveals UK locations of yellow rust

    Written by Charlotte Cunningham A new web-based service to help UK wheat growers and agronomists stay a step ahead of unpredictable yellow rust outbreaks is being launched by Syngenta. Charlotte Cunningham reports. Rust locator 2021 – available at – uses an...
  11. F

    Mixing anything with spring Grassweed herbs in wheat

    I know we were always told not to mix CTL and PGRs with Atlantis etc and I have always followed this (don't need a PGR after anyway!) with the exception of trace elements but there's a windy week in prospect and late drilled ww has some YR so dare I add a splash of teb with the horus? Thanks
  12. Clive

    Things that would improve farm safety ?

    This industry has a tragic safety record, what can we all do that may improve this ? lets use this thread for suggestions ? some maybe unpopular with others (I know mine will be !) but surely we can’t continue watching so many loose their life’s trying to produce a bit of food my top 3...
  13. 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...
  14. B

    Feed and milling wheat yields

    Are people getting much difference in yields between the two types? I’ve got seed breeders telling me 0.5t/ac is easily achievable in favour of feed wheats over milling?
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    Cereal disease control – Strategies for success

    Written by cpm Download PDF As growers grapple for cereal disease control solutions, CPM takes a look at some of the key issues and challenges highlighted in a recent CPM/BASF survey. A sustainable future depends on everything everyone can bring to the disease control party. By Charlotte...
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    Disease control – Putting the ‘breaks’ on

    Written by cpm Download PDF It might be tempting to focus most fungicide firepower on T2. But with unpredictable weather and disease risks, is this shutting the stable door after the horse has bolted? CPM finds out. If the wheels come off early with yellow rust control, you never get the crop...
  17. Hutchinsons News

    App takes crop walking to new level

    App takes crop walking to new level A new version of the Omnia Scout app has been launched to make it easier for growers and agronomists to share crop walking information and update field records remotely. The iOS app is a complete rebuild of the original Omnia Field Scout app, that allows...
  18. Bob1994

    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...
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    Growers urged to monitor crops more closely and treat fields individually

    Written by William Kellett This year, growers have seen much more winter wheat in the ground across the country, with the exception of parts of East Anglia, and crops have come through the cold snap in February well. Two distinct sowing periods caused by very wet weather last October will mean...
  20. W


    Know it's miles early. What's he collectives thoughts now CTL has passed on. Is Iodus (Laminarin?) any use on Septoria and Mildew (plenty of peatground) or is it a case of Folpet with fingers firmly crossed? In the West so Septoria is the main target.