Helping fruit growers achieve the sustainable future they desire will be one of the stories being told by Bayer CropScience at Fruit Logistica in Berlin in February, as the company announces a partnership with a major multiple supplier.
Consider pulling forward black-grass herbicide programmes in preparation for uncertain weather later in February, two independent agronomists are warning farmers.
With no extended cold snap to keep black-grass in check many plants are now strong and well rooted. Attention to detail in post-em applications is a must if maximum control is to be gained, says Bayer CropScience.
Liberator (diflufenican + flufenacet), the market leading residual herbicide from Bayer CropScience, has now gained full label approval permitting it’s application up to before 31st March, allowing growers a much wider application window
Getting an Atlantis WG (mesosulfuron and iodosulfuron) application right has never been so important; not only will superior control maintain your crop’s yield potential but correct application and usage will also help reduce seed return and weed burden in future years.
Yet there are so many different factors to consider. That’s why we asked a number of prominent advisers and farmers: “What do you consider most important at this time of year?”