Bunt spores at harvest © Bayer
Cereal growers looking to cut costs this autumn are being warned that if they slice seed treatments too harshly, they might face a resurgence of seed-borne diseases. The threat from these diseases can be underestimated as growers rarely see problems if they have been using seed dressing. See also: Harvest 2016: Grain quality helps offset lower yield pain Nigel Adams, seed treatment development manager at agrochemical group Bayer, points out the problem with seed treatments is that when they do work, […]