Sclerotinia spray urged to reduce disease pressure

Abram, Mike
May 2008
Farmers Weekly;5/2/2008, p17
Trade Publication
The article emphasizes the need spray oilseed rape crops to reduce the risk of sclerotinia. According to Peter Gladders of the British Agricultural Development and Advisory Service (ADAS), oilseed rape crops will need spraying as soon as opportunity allows, as sclerotinia pressure increases. Risk is likely to increase as soil temperatures rise.


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