Delayed Winter Wheat Drilling – Kickstarting growth

21 October 2014 Nutritional Agronomy Note Delayed Winter Wheat Drilling   With many growers choosing to delay winter wheat drilling in order to maximise black grass kill, crops could be drilled into less than favourable seedbed conditions. Planting after late lifted potato and sugar beet crops, coupled with high rainfall and falling temperatures, will also … Continue reading Delayed Winter Wheat Drilling – Kickstarting growth

Kickstart Oilseed Rape – rapid establishment to help cope with pest attack

06 October 2014 Nutritional Agronomy Note Have you got poorly established or slow growing Oilseed Rape?The demise of neonicotinoid seed treatments means that rapid establishment of oilseed rape crops, always important for winter survival, is even more vital this year to help cope with pest attacks. On-going dry weather has hampered crop development, and with … Continue reading Kickstart Oilseed Rape – rapid establishment to help cope with pest attack