@andymacd107: excellent crops blog by @sasagronomy with sage advice on T1 for wheat amongst other things http://t.co/suXYRePEkL
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Du Pont’s return to hybrid wheat breeding aims to develop wheats that will yield 15% higher yields. http://m.agriculture.com/crops/wheat/technology/hybrid-wheats-comeback_147-ar30398
What to do with the poor OSR crops this spring is the question if the week. This time Agrii give some good advice. There’s plenty of advice about at tge moment. Precisely what to do is the question. http://www.agrii.co.uk/blog/2013/02/15/osr-decision-making/
http://t.co/giIJsRma This season is going to be tricky. You may not have your winter cropping drilled; or your winter cropping will have failed; trickier still do you persevere with a poor crop or establish a new spring sown crop? Whichever is the situation if you are new to spring cropping here is some very useful advice from Frontier.
Article from Agrovista on Blackgrass control this spring. Lots of topical advice on this perennial problem. http://t.co/eXM19679
JAKE FREESTONE sampling his wheat field for residual nitrogen levels. If you don’t subscribe to Jakes YouTube channel quite simply – YOU OUGHT TO! M
With about to be sprung from the winter doldrums time to start thinking about our poor, backward wheat crops. Here Agrovista discuss some options to consider utilising for encourage the wheat to develop more roirs and mire tillers. http://t.co/qDc8Vv0d