Crop Watch

June 2007
Farmers Weekly;6/22/2007, Vol. 146 Issue 25, p61
Trade Publication
The article covers issues related to agronomy in Great Britain. It states that the disease levels continue to vary between crops even though a decent rate of triazole is being applied at T3 sprays. It emphasizes the improvement of spring barley crops. It notes that there are some interesting factors in winter wheat disease control, including the importance of a T0 spray.


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