Crop Watch

November 2006
Farmers Weekly;11/24/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 21, p50
Trade Publication
The article presents an update on key agronomy issues in Great Britain. Suspected club root has been confirmed in Kent, England. The disease is normally only visible in the spring, but they have emerged due to the mild autumn. In the West, the majority of cereal spraying has been completed. Extended drilling and mild weather means wheat ranges from well-tillered crops to those that have just emerged.


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