Graham winter wheat
Septoria resistance is more important than yield when winter wheat growers chose their varieties to drill this autumn due to current low grain prices, says one cereals variety expert. Wheat’s biggest disease threat to yield is septoria and the declining efficacy of cereal fungicides to this disease has made varietal resistance more important. Growers will have access to two varieties this autumn – Graham and Siskin – with improved resistance to septoria and they come out top in resistance ratings […]
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