Managing septoria in wheat: prevention is better than cure
With the choice of fungicides available to growers coming under increasing pressure, both in terms of effectiveness due to resistance and availability because of regulatory pressures, growers and agronomists need to avoid the need for curative treatments by ensuring each new wheat leaf is adequately protected against septoria infection as they emerge.
Adama’s concept of ‘Precision Crop Protection’ encourages growers to use the most appropriate active ingredients at the most effective time and at the correct dose to provide good protection. Adama’s Technical Fungicide Specialist, Andy Bailey, will be available throughout this year’s CropTec show to discuss the importance of using good quality crop protection products and to give his thoughts on the importance of ‘leaf layering’ to ensure each new leaf is properly protected.
Andy Bailey, Adama Technical Fungicide Specialist
The latest weed management advice
Adama’s Technical Herbicide Specialist, David Roberts, will also be on hand throughout the two day show to share his thoughts on how best to tackle key weed threats. In particular, he’ll be discussing the latest strategies for controlling Black-grass, Ryegrass and Annual Meadow Grass in cereals, as well as talking to growers about how they can mitigate weed threats in oilseed rape.
David Roberts, Adama Technical Herbicide Specialist
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