Crop Watch

November 2007
Farmers Weekly;11/23/2007, Vol. 147 Issue 21, p3
Trade Publication
The article discusses the problems of several farmers in England. Robert Sullivan from Northumberland says his oilseed rape crops are showing signs of phoma. Ruth East from Lincolnshire says the lack of vigour in cereal seed from this harvest has been obvious this autumn, even though germination tests were good. Dan Dines from Dorset says slugs have been a real problem, but after multiple pellet applications in some situations, he believes that they are winning the battle.


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