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A couple of frosts over the last weeks will not only curtail rising levels of mildew and net blotch seen in winter barley crops, says Patrick Stephenson, but have also brought soil temperatures down to those suitable for propyzamide applications for blackgrass. In the South, Kevin Knight says soil temperatures are still a couple of degrees off ideal, but soil moisture deficits of as much as 130mm are of bigger concern. Marcus Mann reports yellow rust and powdery mildew in […]
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