This is the first in a series of seasonal updates written by Pamela Chambers focusing on weed control options in beet crops based on extensive UPL beet trials that are carried out in Suffolk.
The second wettest winter on record will continue to add insult to injury for growers, who now face increased risk from green bridges and ideal conditions for disease development.
Growers with bare land are reminded that Soya and Millet are both sown in late April through to late May, and can save the day for growers looking for late-sown cropping options.
This spring, Life Scientific will launch their very own off-patent prothioconazole fungicide, Aurelia, onto the UK market.
Blackgrass monitoring moves into a new era with remote sensing and artificial intelligence
In light of the current unprecedented situation, we wanted to reach out on behalf of everyone here at The CropTec Show, and wish you and your teams the very best. We hope you’re all staying safe in this challenging time.
CropTec Innovation Day: What Lies Beneath by Richard Hull, Rothamsted Research Chickweed can be a troublesome visitor, especially when it lurks unnoticed below the crop canopy Walking through a maturing cereal field in late spring is an excellent time to assess how successfully (or not) your weed management [...]
Cultivation, any mechanical act to prepare the soil to raise crops, is an essential feature of many crop production systems.
Winter cereal crops are suffering in many regions, with poor establishment and shallow roots that have been in anaerobic conditions for an extended period of time.
Stressed crops can return yield improvements with AminoA Biostimulants applications