Spraying fungicide on winter wheat at growth stage T2 © Tim Scrivener© Tim Scrivener
Wheat growers should use an SDHI and a strong azole for the most effective anti-resistance fungicide strategy to control septoria, say leading cereal disease experts. The SDHI-azole combination is the best method to maintain the efficacy of the SDHIs, while alternating these fungicides give little benefit, they add. Septoria is the biggest yield-sapping disease of wheat and the current warm, wet weather is likely to aid its spread as growers prepare for key T2 or flag leaf fungicide applications, which […]
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