With a reduced herbicide toolbox this season and challenging application conditions, integrating new adjuvant Sorrento into the weed control programme offers significant benefits to maize growers to help overcome weed control obstacles.
Some sugar beet crops got off to a slow start following the cool/wet spring, but with temperatures hotting up and the drying of soils round the country, growers are advised to kick-start beet crops into action and manage abiotic stress with Bridgeway – a biostimulant that’s been proven to optimise beet health and push yield and margins.
As the mercury rises across the country, potato growers are urged to combat temperature stress to protect tuber yield with Bridgeway – a biostimulant that’s proven itself in trials and on farm over the last 4 years.
With a changing blight population and even more aggressive genotypes, the anti-drift agent Crusade is an indispensable weapon for growers to maximise fungicide performance in the flight against blight.
With sugar beet crops particularly prone to abiotic stress, and an already stressy start to the new season, amino acid biostimulant Bridgeway could be a vital tool for growers looking to beat stress and protect potential.
Keeping potatoes stress-free is not an easy task, with crops often subject to prolonged stress periods at key growth timings. However, ahead of a new season, amino acid based biostimulant Bridgeway could be the answer to protecting potential, particularly in the early stages.
Despite its stature, maize is remarkably uncompetitive in its early stages and requires an effective weed control programme to optimise yield and quality potential. Incorporating Interagro’s new adjuvant Sorrento with your post-emergence herbicide application this spring offers the key to weed free high yielding maize.
A lot of thought and attention goes into picking the most appropriate crop protection products and rates to do the job, yet efficacy is highly dependent on good delivery to the target – harness the true power of your crop protection programme with Kantor in the mix.