Fungicide in a bag

czechmate

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Mixed Farmer
Only curious, I was thinking back and I used to use a fungicide that came in a soluble bag that you just put in the tank, whole.
I recon it was Maneb, Zineb and something ...
Like furban???
Just out of curiosity can anyone fill any blanks, like it’s name? And ingredients?
I think it was mainly for potatoes but I wonder if I used to use it on leeks in the early days?🤔
Just things you think about, rolling grass🙄
 

Breckland Boy

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Breckland
Mancozeb is a blight fungicide that comes in powder form but not seen it in soluble bags. Great for blocking nozzles and settling in the sprayer tank.
Pyridate is a herbicide that does come in a soluble 1kg pack.
Both old school chemicals. Lentagran (Pyridate) is nasty smelly stuff. Still used it in onions.
 

Lemken moves into slurry incorporation market

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Written by Justin Roberts from Agriland

Slurry application has moved forward tremendously over the past few years with the emphasis very much switching to using it as a resource rather than disposing of it as a waste product.

Even dyed in wool, tillage specialists such as Lemken are joining the movement with the company now offering what amounts to a conversion of their compact disc units to a slurry incorporation tool.

Lemken opt for Vogelsang heads​


This new product comprises a VogelSang slurry distribution head mounted on the frame of a set of Heliodor compact disc harrows.

Lemken claims that the Heliodor offers a sound basis for this type of application due to its...
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