Winter wheat being drilled in a field© Tim Scrivener
The temptation to drill early this autumn has been too much for some cereal growers in such dry generally favourable conditions and Ryan Hudson believes blackgrass will be a massive problem in some crops. For those who held back, their patience will pay off with better control. David Martindale agrees and adds some autumn rain would have been good to force growers to hold off cereal drilling and also give better conditions to create good seed-beds. Todd Hunnisett reports problems […]
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