drilling wheat© Tim Scrivener
The last five years has a greater focus on managing dust from treated seed to minimise exposure to operators and wildlife. And while UK dust levels are already low with professionally treated seed, growers still need to handle seed with care to avoid increasing the risk, says Peter Stacey, seed treatment campaign manager at Bayer. “We’ve been working with the industry for the last decade to reduce dust levels further and further, including the dust that you can’t even see […]
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