Thanks that's just what I wanted to hear and means I was thinking along the right lines.It's around £45/ha saving at full rate to £18ish at half rate
Needs to be done while the WO's are small, so early tillering time before stem extension, use on it's own with no oil @0.8ltr/ha, apply on it's own and usual anti stress measures
*i am not an agronomist*
I've not used it for a while, but I have annoying patches of Wild Oats appear so will apply this year as I've reduced my SB pre ems over the last 4 years from Avadex, liberator and Crystal to nothing, so thought covering the Oats at £12- 13/ha wasn't too extravagant after that saving !!
I'm planning to roll mine early next week, Foxtrot the following week and then it's a week or so to the first Fungicide and blw spray
Axial is a stronger product that can be used later but is eye wateringly expensive !!
I personally wouldn't mix it with anything, not even MSO!!Thanks that's just what I wanted to hear and means I was thinking along the right lines.
Would you dare mix it with liquid MN???? I want to get some onto my barley and it would be an ideal time to do the foxtrot at the same time.
The label says 7 days between other applications so it should fit in quite well with a su/hormone blw spray and T1.
I spray my ryegrass seed crops with oskar/foxtrot for rough stalk meadow grass occasionally, using a mineral oil aswell. I can confirm it will not touch your Italian ryegrass. I also use it on my undersown spring barley with no problems.Would foxtrot/Oscar do much on Italian ryegrass?
Been taking it out in one field with axial in recent years but as said it’s eye wateringly expensive especially at the 0.45l/ha rate required (old formulation)
Barleyquat and mensa now theres a serviced ii agros recommendation if ever I saw one.???I have also with reccomendation from a agronimist applied foxtrot with barleyquat b and mensa on a contract job over the years with no obvious problems in spring barley at 3 leaf growth stage.