Pigeon-damaged crops© Tim Scrivener
Up to 10 days of drier weather will be needed before spring work can start in earnest as the rapid thaw last week has left fields surprisingly wet. Meanwhile our crop watch agronomists report major pigeon damage in oilseed rape crops but recommend waiting until crops start recovering before spraying for light leaf spot. They report early signs of lesions since the snow has cleared, and there has also been a noticeable increase in septoria in wheat in the West. […]
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