Flowering oilseed rape© Tim Scrivener
A plethora of diseases could threaten oilseed rape crops entering the flowering period and growers are urged to use a fungicide with wide-ranging activity to keep plants clean. Once oilseed rape hits the yellow bud stage, sclerotinia is the disease at the forefront of peoples’ minds and typically a fungicide is applied at early flowering to protect against the disease. However, Kent-based Zantra agronomist Kevin Knight reports light leaf spot being very active, dependent on variety, which makes product choice […]
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