Jones, David
April 2015
Farmers Weekly;4/24/2015, Issue 1000, p1
Trade Publication
The article presents suggestions by professionals from the Great Britain's farming industry, David Leaper and Mark Hemmant, and entomologist Steve Ellis, regarding using two fungicide sprays for oilseed rape crops to prevent damage caused by flea battle. It mentions fungicide sprays to be used at flowering, such as succinate dehydrogenase inhibitor (SDHI) boscalid + strobilurin dimoxystrobin. Also mentioned is a survey in England and Wales regarding damage caused by flea battle to oilseed rape.


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