Timeline tool guides data use

As featured in Arable Farming Magazine Timeline tool guides data use by Arable Farming A new timeline tool is designed to help potato growers make better use of weather data. Arable Farming finds out more. On-farm weather specialist Sencrop more than doubled its network of ultra-local [...]

Milling wheat N needs identified underground

As featured in Arable Farming Magazine April 2021 Milling wheat N needs identified underground by Arable Farming Closer examination of wheat roots during the growing season should help growersstriving to achieve milling quality grain. Andrew Blake reports. Roots, the gateway between nutrients in soil and crop, are key to [...]

First sclerotinia-tolerant WOSR hits the market

As featured in Arable Farming Magazine April 2021 First sclerotinia-tolerant WOSR hits the market by Arable Farming A breakthrough gene that can reduce sclerotinia outbreaks in oilseed rape crops by up to 75% has made it into the first commercial variety, without compromising yield or other disease resistance traits. Alice Dyer [...]

Biology and chemistry boosting wheat yields

As featured in Arable Farming Magazine Biology and chemistry boosting wheat yields by Arable Farming Despite the advent of high yielding septoria-resistant wheat varieties, genetics and chemistry will continue to work in tandem to deliver the best disease control options in the future, crop production specialists believe. There has [...]

OSR verticillium resistance ratings in the pipeline

As featured in Arable Farming Magazine April 2021 OSR verticillium resistance ratings in the pipeline by Arable Farming It may have been eclipsed by cabbage stem flea beetle concerns of late, but minimising the threat posed by verticillium alongside phoma and light leaf spot remains very much on the agenda for [...]

Tech on test to detect early signs of Septoria

As featured in Arable Farming Magazine March 2021  Tech on test to detect early signs of Septoria by Arable Farming New technology is coming forward which will allow growers to tailor fungicide programmes to variety, drilling date and real-time disease levels. Alice Dyer reports. Being able to see what [...]

Desmedipham loss puts focus on pre-ems

As featured in Arable Farming Magazine March 2021 Desmedipham loss puts focus on pre-ems by Arable Farming Greater use of residual sprays and the need for careful timing of post-emergence treatments are inevitable consequences of weed control without desmedipham. After a season when sugar beet crops were ravaged by [...]

A growing role for foliar N?

As featured in Arable Farming Magazine March 2021 A growing role for foliar N? by Arable Farming Using nitrogen more efficiently is one of the areas growers are increasingly focusing on and, with soil-applied products vying for position with newer foliar ones, it is important to explore options carefully. [...]

Future-proofing sustainable disease control

Sponsored by Adama Future-proofing sustainable disease control by Arable FarmingSponsored Content Building a robust disease control programme which protects against further erosion of efficacy in current and future fungicides is a key challenge for the arable sector. Mollie Leach explores how growers could benefit from ADAMA’s new multisite fungicide to future-proof [...]

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