The Parliamentary Review is a document that shares best practice between policymakers and business leaders. Emma Ralph, Managing Director at Interagro, highlights industry challenges and the significant developments and problem-solving Interagro is taking in response to emerging market needs.
For many arable growers across the UK, grass-weed control is one of the biggest headaches in the Autumn and why removing the risks that threaten herbicide efficacy by adding Backrow, shouldn’t be overlooked. With an average improvement in black-grass control of 9%, its worth considering.
With so many challenges in oilseed rape, it’s no wonder some growers are throwing in the towel this Autumn and switching to alternative break crops. For those that stick with it, establishing a crop with get-up-and-go will be crucial, and biostimulant Bridgeway is more than up for the challenge.
Climate change, loss of Deter seed dressing and weed pressures are arguably the biggest agronomic challenges facing cereal growers this Autumn and why getting crops off to the best possible start with biostimulant Bridgeway makes perfect sense.
With the welcome return of rain to many areas of the country, crops and growers will be feeling at least some light relief after the prolonged dry spell, particularly in the East. So what is the impact on biostimulant recommendations and should growers and agronomists continue with planned Bridgeway / Zonda applications now that droughted crops have received a much needed drink?
After the bone dry Spring, May sees the welcome return of rain showers to thirsty crops, and with it, the potential to move any active Septoria up the plant in Winter Wheat crops. We take a look at how adjuvant Kantor can enhance disease control at the all important T2 timing.
Establishing a fit and healthy crop free from weed competition is critical in the production of a high yielding sugar beet crop destined to yield 100+ t/ha. We look at how Backrow and Bridgeway/Zonda can help crops get off to the best start.
Following a year of unprecedented weather extremes and challenges to plant health, we take a look at how biostimulants have been performing in potato trials and how they can be used to help optimise yield potential as we head into the 2019 potato campaign.
If there’s one thing that can be guaranteed in the life of a crop, it’s that it will experience stress at some point caused by environmental factors or from attack by pests and diseases. We take a look at how amino acid biostimulants have performed in cereal trials and provide our advice for best results in 2019.
Crops have a genetic yield and quality potential. As soon as the seed goes in the ground that potential must be protected. Our latest biostimulant bulletin shares our insights on how to maximise plant health in crops this Spring.
Following a year of unprecedented weather extremes and challenges to plant health, we outline how amino acid biostimulants can help farmers tackle the worsening challenges involved in producing high-quality, high-yielding vegetable crops.