As above , the idea is that it will crush some clods in bare patches ,thereby creating seed to soil contact? I say that as looks to have been a job to conserve moisture where crops have been planted conventionally.
I would have thought it will be ok, may look a bit stunted for a few days, but might help with the tillering.We didn’t get any rain, still thinking of rolling again or will this knacker the crop?
Is that not the idea though to stop it going leggy. Maybe it would tiller anyway without it. Interested in other opinions that’s all.CCC won't make a crop tiller, it will only reduce apical dominance. Applying manganese will only be of benefit if there is a known history or symptoms of deficiency. But if you have seen it done with decent results don't let me stop you.
I wondered about re rolling some of my oats but they had a DFF pre em herbicide that has just been woken up. What we've had ought to be enough to germinate what's there & I'd hate to break the herbicide layer and damage anything germinated but not emerged.