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Aphids flying and soil being too warm for some residuals are the key topics this week. The warm, dry spell in October may have improved wheat drilling conditions, but it has also brought the headache of oilseed rape propyzamide timings and virus risk. Antony Wade says soil temperatures look like being too high for a while for the best propyzamide efficacy in OSR even though the bonfire night rule of thumb is almost upon us. The warm conditions also mean […]
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