For cereals I would suggest tank mixing with your T1, T2 & T3 sprays which saves a pass in the field with a tractor. If you aren't spraying / dont want to tank mix / cannot tank mix with your particular chemicals then leave 4 weeks between applications. After 4 weeks you will have used 94% of the N. T1 and T2 usually drive yield and a T3 application will generally push protein.Thanks Sincock. Very interesting read, and makes good sense! Last years crop of grass had bagged n on it and looked really bulky. Once mown and dried a bit it seemed to reduce volume significantly! Likely all that water coming out of it!! We’re just planning the next step with our winter wheat. It had 240kg of 27n 12s to start it off, and has also had 25L/ ha of the folex mu35 2 weeks ago. Being slow release for 4-5 weeks is it best wait until then for the next dose? Or should it go on around say 3-4 weeks to make sure it’s there and available should the crop want it? Thanks again for sharing your experiences with foliar feeds.
Foliar isn't dependant on the weather so the N will be taken in regardless but with Folex mu35 beware of scorch, especially if tank mixing