T2

farenheit

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Location
Midlands
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100% dose of Revystar is 1.5L/ha

That said, this graph seems to imply that a full rate of Ascra Xpro performs about the same as 25% rate Revystar (£17ish?).

0.75 - 0.95 is the sweet spot I reckonses.

Going off this forum though I think there will be a lot of farmers requiring a great deal of curative activity to make up for cheap-as-chips T1!
 

Gong Farmer

Member
BASIS
Location
Glos
Lower rates are better for resistance management. Had the BASF rep on a recent NIAB call moaning about keeping rates up because of resistance. It's BS. The reverse is true. I confirmed with Bill Clark. I did 0.37l/ha topped up with teb for rust last year when the septoria disease pressure was low.
It is BS and I have spoken with BASF folk who agree, so don't know who this rep was.
 

teslacoils

Member
Arable Farmer
Location
Lincolnshire
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100% dose of Revystar is 1.5L/ha

That said, this graph seems to imply that a full rate of Ascra Xpro performs about the same as 25% rate Revystar (£17ish?).

0.75 - 0.95 is the sweet spot I reckonses.

Going off this forum though I think there will be a lot of farmers requiring a great deal of curative activity to make up for cheap-as-chips T1!

Those graphs seem to suggest half rate bravo is infact the choice .....
 
We will be doing t2 on wheat as soon as it is dry enough next week
gs 37 plus a bit here now revistar .75 or a bit more
then follow with an ear spray prothio teb most likely

although grain prices have eased back the market fundamentles have not changed
the uk will use some of the 2021 harvest in 2020 marketing year if harvest is earlier enough if not then the stocks in July will be the lowest ever
 
I cant open the AHDB site at moment but 1 litre of Arizona (folpet) gave same septoria protection as 200% Imtrex and a high % of others.

Have we totally discounted the value of Folpet ? have we fallen for the revystar / elatus marketing for septoria?
 

Zippy768

Member
Mixed Farmer
Location
Dorset/Wilts
See above your diadem is just a distributor version of revystar I think, probably with a slightly different ration to the 2 actives.
Yep you are absolutely right.👍
Their sales speel confused me 🤷‍♂️.
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Diadem and Revystar look to have the same ratios of actives. Not even a cheeky strob chucked into the distributor can
Why have 2 products 🤷‍♂️.
 
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CORK

Member
Only 1L/Ha 🤦 down her in the far SW we need to invest in more than that. Think yourself lucky 🤣
Same here across the Irish Sea. General rate is 1.5L Revystar plus 1.5L Arizona.
T2 will be Inatreq based in many cases if not 1.5 Revystar again.

The disease pressure building here over the past couple of weeks has been mega. Another 31mm of rain since yesterday!!!!
 

An Gof

Member
Location
Cornwall
Same here across the Irish Sea. General rate is 1.5L Revystar plus 1.5L Arizona.
T2 will be Inatreq based in many cases if not 1.5 Revystar again.

The disease pressure building here over the past couple of weeks has been mega. Another 31mm of rain since yesterday!!!!

Yes we share many of the same problems with you here in the far SW. In 2019 I was fortunate to visit the Teagsac Oak Park trials; the level of disease infection was startling.
It is interesting that you are at full dose Revystar. My plan here is for 1.25L/Ha at T2 on both the Graham and Extase I have planted.
 

CORK

Member
Yes we share many of the same problems with you here in the far SW. In 2019 I was fortunate to visit the Teagsac Oak Park trials; the level of disease infection was startling.
It is interesting that you are at full dose Revystar. My plan here is for 1.25L/Ha at T2 on both the Graham and Extase I have planted.
We are on the south coast, Oakpark would generally have much lower pressure than ourselves :oops:
 

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Written by Michelle Martin from Agriland

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Five nature-recovery projects spanning nearly 100,000ha across the West Midlands, Cambridgeshire, the Peak District, Norfolk and Somerset have been announced by the government and Natural England today (Thursday, May 26).

This is the equivalent in size to all 219 current National Reserves.

The aim of the projects is to deliver nature recovery at a landscape scale, helping to tackle biodiversity loss, climate change and improve public health and well-being.

All five projects will make a significant contribution towards the national delivery of the international commitment to protect at least 30% of land and...
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