There have been a few attempts by member on TFF in the past to draw comparisons from various fungicide programmes from simple product comparisons to extremes like using no product at all A claim that has caught my eye recently is one from BASF - their advertising is claiming that there is a quote ">£20/ha profit benefit farmers can achieve from its Xemium range of products compared to Bixafen" I like to test claims so in the words of Harry Hill This is my plan 60ac acre field (the same one we held the TFF drill trial a couple of years back) - consistent yielding even soil type, currently a nice crop of zero-till Skyfall following a Peaola (pea and OSR mix) break crop. It's a light soil that can be drought prone, budget yield target is 8.5t/ha of gp 1 milling wheat however with enough moisture it can do 10-11t/ha as it did in the drill trial year. ultimately its very season (rain) dependant land though Drilling date 29/9/2015 Seed rate 170kgs /ha aiming for 300plants / m2 established Avadex applied at drilling, B'way star aplication planned ASAP Split center of field into x 3 large scale equal "plots" T0 (farm practice) will be the same for all plots this has already been done last week. This was 2L/ha of Nufarm Crafter (250 g/l (22.0% w/w) chlorothalonil and 90 g/l (7.92% w/w) tebuconazole) selected primarily on price / value (£5.20/L) Plot 1 will get Adexar at T1 followed by Librax T2 Plot 2 will get Aviator at T1 followed by Aviator T2 Plot 3 will follow what ever farm practice myself and agronomist decide upon this year based on disease pressure and prices / value at the time - it may even also use some of the product on plot 1 or 2, or could be a budget ctl / teb type programme basically it will be whatever the rest of my wheat is getting this year which is currently an unknown and is ever changing I will post pictures, costs and update the thread as the trial developes. Results will go through combine yield meters and be weighed off separately over our weighbridge so should be reasonably accurate. I know its not replicated etc but that's the way it is and how things are tested "real world" on farm IMO Hope we all get something useful from this, The field is open for anyone who wants to drop in and take a look at anytime just as it was when we put the various drills up against each other, I think the drill trail worked well and hope this goes the same way Right - who wants to predict the result !! ??