Ploughing after glyphosate

Read the label
That sort of info is always on the label

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Tractor Boy

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Location
Suffolk
Depends what you are killing. Perennial weeds need as long as possible and I would suggest over a week. Annual small weeds and if the label allows you could leave just hours. Back in the late 90’s/00’s Monsanto had a product Sting CT. It was a 120g/l glyphosate with a fairly aggressive wetter. Recommended rate was 4L/ha and you could cultivate within 4 hours if only targeting small weeds.
 

Lazy Sod

Member
Location
Warminster
Years ago when the area of spring ceriels was much higher than today and ploughing during the winter was the norm, there were plenty of fields with green lines come springtime.
 

casemx 270

Member
Location
East midlands
Depends what you are killing. Perennial weeds need as long as possible and I would suggest over a week. Annual small weeds and if the label allows you could leave just hours. Back in the late 90’s/00’s Monsanto had a product Sting CT. It was a 120g/l glyphosate with a fairly aggressive wetter. Recommended rate was 4L/ha and you could cultivate within 4 hours if only targeting small weeds.
I remember Sting CT used loads of the stuff
 

Update on the Sustainable Farming Incentive pilot

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Update on the Sustainable Farming Incentive pilot

Written by Lisa Applin

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In July, we opened the applications window for farmers to join our Sustainable Farming Incentive pilot.

The Sustainable Farming Incentive is 1 of the 3 new environmental land management schemes. It sits alongside the future Local Nature Recovery and Landscape Recovery schemes.

Through the Sustainable Farming Incentive, farmers will be paid for environmentally sustainable actions – ones that are simple to do and do not require previous agri-environment scheme experience.

We are piloting the scheme to...
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