How late for linseed

Flat 10

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Arable Farmer
Location
Fen Edge
Ally / Jubilee and cross your fingers! Not much else left in the armory.
Only legal other option I can think of is eagle. Unless you have some leftover maya. Chekkar and mcpa are most definitely not legal but probably wouldn’t kill your linseed. As to whether they kill hemp who knows.
 

ajd132

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Arable Farmer
Location
Suffolk
Only legal other option I can think of is eagle. Unless you have some leftover maya. Chekkar and mcpa are most definitely not legal but probably wouldn’t kill your linseed. As to whether they kill hemp who knows.
For the record it’s a new farm to me so trying to make the best out of the situation. I don’t think hemp is a go’er. Harvested in November...
 

B'o'B

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Arable Farmer
Location
Rutland
Only legal other option I can think of is eagle. Unless you have some leftover maya. Chekkar and mcpa are most definitely not legal but probably wouldn’t kill your linseed. As to whether they kill hemp who knows.
Apparently Maya wouldn’t touch it anyway, it can be used for weed control in hemp elsewhere.
 

Rust

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Location
Hertfordshire
I drilled my linseed yesterday. 70kg/ha Had to wait on some ends for the dust to clear so I could see the mark.
It better rain today !
Wish the sun would come out
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