young wheat plants growing in rows© Tim Scrivener
Different management strategies in the South are showing varying performance in the dry weather for Tod Hunnisett, with crops that received manure continuing to look healthy. Big variations in crop performance have also been seen in the East, based on both variety and management choices, says Ryan Hudson. Over in the slightly wetter West, some rain has fallen just in time on crops managed by Neil Potts, who warns that ramularia levels are higher than in previous seasons, justifying a chlorothalonil […]
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