July 2006
Farmers Weekly;7/7/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 1, p48
Trade Publication
The article presents an update related to agronomy in England. Spring crops are showing signs of stress following intense temperatures in Dorset. The application of a T3 fungicide spray will improve bushel weights, appearance and subdue fusarium and mycotoxins in winter wheats in the Borders. There was an increase in Septoria tritici in Devon caused by the delay to T2 fungicides.


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