Applying slug pellets© Tim Scrivener
Seed-bed quality is uppermost in our agronomists minds this week, with the stop-start establishment season testing the patience of growers in the South. However, Richard Harding is pleased with the extra opportunity to control blackgrass. While the moist conditions are hampering activity on heavy land, they are also providing optimum conditions for expensive residual herbicides to work at their best for eastern growers, says Marion Self. In the West, Antony Wade is also hoping for good performance from post-emergence chemistry. […]
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