T0 thoughts septoria control 2022

AndrewM

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BASIS
Location
Devon
What are peoples thoughts on what to use for septoria control at t0 this year? Didn't do a t0 for septoria last year, only teb on yellow rust susceptible varieties, but had too much septoria in may/june for my liking.

What is there?
Folpet?
Can you get mancozeb this year?
Triazole for the little bit of activity they have left? one of the foliar sulphur products?

Thoughts?
 

Salopian_Will

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Location
Shropshire
What are peoples thoughts on what to use for septoria control at t0 this year? Didn't do a t0 for septoria last year, only teb on yellow rust susceptible varieties, but had too much septoria in may/june for my liking.

What is there?
Folpet?
Can you get mancozeb this year?
Triazole for the little bit of activity they have left? one of the foliar sulphur products?

Thoughts?

I wouldn't expect much from anything at t0 on Septoria. We are putting some Teb on where there is the risk of Yellow Rust, which may give some incidental control.

Save the money and beef up the t1?
 

teslacoils

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Arable Farmer
Location
Lincolnshire
Litre of folpet because I've got it in stock. We're not in a hugely high risk area. That being said even the later drilled second wheats look quite lush and it's been mild. I'd just like to take a little pressure off the T1. Potentially amistar on the very late wheats for the extra ooomf.
 

T Hectares

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Location
Berkshire
Now CTL has gone T0 is now really just a rust spray, if no rust I won’t apply any fung, there’s nothing else economic enough for the marginal Septoria control that this timing gives, might be different in a higher risk area

Spend more at T1 and grow more robust varieties
 

bobk

Member
Location
stafford
Yep no T0 here.

Probably Ascra or Revystar at T1
Another Revystar or Univoq at T2
And not sure for T3

Will be spendy , but epoxy gone, CTL gone.

Inflation means fungicide programme for me probably looks to be £120/ha now. Septoria came in a bit late last year and took us by surprise
Had revvystar prices ?
 

Gong Farmer

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BASIS
Location
Glos
Now CTL has gone T0 is now really just a rust spray, if no rust I won’t apply any fung, there’s nothing else economic enough for the marginal Septoria control that this timing gives, might be different in a higher risk area

Spend more at T1 and grow more robust varieties
Indeed, considering what a septoria T0 spray contributes, even in a high pressure year, compared to the cost of the rest of the programme this year.
 

redsloe

Member
Location
Cornwall
If T0 was meant to be a spray timing it should have been called T1.... :unsure:
I more or less said similar yesterday with the agromonist. 5 years ago we didn't have a T0!
He went on to say its risky to leave it out, folks that left it out last year regretted it.......

Obviously.

I said we'll see what happens later on. Its a long way till T1.
 

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