April 2015
Farmers Weekly;4/24/2015, Issue 1000, p1
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The article presents views of several agronomists of Great Britain including David Martindale, Richard Harding, and Ryan Hudson regarding oilseed rape farming and cereal disease control. Topics include using protectant fungicides for sclerontinia control in oilseed rape; applying residual herbicides on oilseed rape fields with few grassweed issues; and applying propyzamide insecticide towards the end of November to ensure greater persistence.


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