Yellow rust
Early yellow rust in winter wheat is being flagged as a potential problem for crops in the North East, despite plummeting temperatures and frosts. Frontier agronomist Andy Roy tells Farmers Weekly that he is seeing the disease in a range of varieties across the farms he covers in North Yorkshire, Durham and south Northumberland. “Prior to the frosts we had yellow rust showing up on several farms on the North East coast. I’ve seen yellow rust in Reflection, which we would expect, Skyfall, […]
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