Which begs the question are they worth bothering with in the autumn ,Since the loss of ipu and ctu I've resigned myself to the fact that theres nothing worth using for wild oat control in the autumn. I just mop them up with topik or if other nasties aswell broadway star.
No, I never bother just clear them up in the spring.Which begs the question are they worth bothering with in the autumn ,
In wheat , been using 2 ltr/ha of Picomax which does a fair job for the money , looking for summat better , expecting to do them again in the spring with topic.
Until this year 100% but this year a few brome and oats have slipped through but I think this could be because they germinated very late and were small enough to hide under a wheat leaf when it was sprayed.how well does the Broadway Star kill brome and wild oats, I have fields this year where they are still alive, though this was a poor year for weed control generally
About £6 / litre , pendamethalin and picofenlin , they have to be done in the autumn in a couple of fields or they go wildWhat sort of money is Picomax? How thick are the oats? Unless they are really thick I'd leave them until spring and mop them up with Foxtrot/Oskar in March/April. It depends on what else you need to treat. I just use Broadway Star but I'm after brome and a wide range of broad leafed weeds too, and that does them all.