in brief…

October 2007
Farmers Weekly;10/12/2007, Vol. 147 Issue 15, p10
Trade Publication
This section offers news briefs related to arable farming in Great Britain. Wheat crops are at lower risk of wheat bulb fly than last year, according to an HGCA survey. The HGCA recommends using a seed treatment on late-autumn drilled cereals if egg numbers exceed 250 per square meter. The latest issue of "Crops" provides advice on how to improve the consistency of grassweed killer.


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