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teslacoils

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Moggs eye? Yes, that's sweet. But if you want to go in the sea without a wetsuit, and get a suntan, it's not going to be in East Lindsey. Protective helmet on - east coast seaside's are inferior to South coast.
 

cricketandcrops

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Moggs eye? Yes, that's sweet. But if you want to go in the sea without a wetsuit, and get a suntan, it's not going to be in East Lindsey. Protective helmet on - east coast seaside's are inferior to South coast.
I prefer Cape Verde :) although taking a 5 year old to a lovely white beach in Dominican Republic to be told "Daddy I prefer Sutton on Sea" was a tad frustrating.....could have saved about £5K lol
 

holmes65

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Arable Farmer
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S Yorkshire
Just had Bayer Rapid disease detection results back from samples taken Tuesday. Both Extase and Graham showing 0 for yellow rust and septoria on leaf 2. T1 was applied 16 days before. Wondering how long I can hold off T2.
 
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now had 100 mm in may
considering higher rates of revistar in the past we always had ctl to help us out after the flag leaf had emerged
the saving grace is the very low disease levels up to leaf 3 emergance but because of slow growth i suspect we need every inch of the lower leaves to contribute to yield

the theory is based on normal weather and normal temperatures
 

cricketandcrops

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Lincolnshire
Glad I with SDHI at T2 as had 88mm since then, GS39 looking sometime in next 7 days, will be 3 weeks on Friday since T1 - spend so far = £36/ha so assuming T3 is the same then 0.75 Revystar would make total spend £83/ha if up to 1.0 Revystar would be £91/ha I really don‘t have an issue with that especially on Kerrin. Bit different to last years £56/ha but we had 19mm in March, April and May combined……and I had CTL and Epoxi at my disposal. If we get sun in June/July during grain fill yield potential looks good
 

teslacoils

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Arable Farmer
Location
Lincolnshire
Glad I with SDHI at T2 as had 88mm since then, GS39 looking sometime in next 7 days, will be 3 weeks on Friday since T1 - spend so far = £36/ha so assuming T3 is the same then 0.75 Revystar would make total spend £83/ha if up to 1.0 Revystar would be £91/ha I really don‘t have an issue with that especially on Kerrin. Bit different to last years £56/ha but we had 19mm in March, April and May combined……and I had CTL and Epoxi at my disposal. If we get sun in June/July during grain fill yield potential looks good

So 0.25 Revystar is £8? £32/Lt?

Also, I'd not be bothered about a £30/ha extra spent compared to last year given the crop prices.
 

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