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Crop protection information for tillage farming from the Irish Farmers Journal

All the latest tillage farming news from the Irish Farmers Journal. Keep up to date with all farming and production news developments in the tillage farming sector.
The Animal and Plant Health Association is warning farmers that MCPA is not the only spray in danger of being restricted.
By Caitríona Morrissey on 06 July 2017
Almost 80 spray ingredients are under threat from tighter Brussels rules on pesticides.
By Andy Doyle on 06 July 2017
The decision on the criteria to define potentially harmful endocrine disruptors would appear to effectively seal the fate of many current EU pesticides.
By Andy Doyle on 04 July 2017
This clever adaptation of electric fence current is being used to help keep crows from alighting on fencing posts as a point of attack to damage barley crops.
By Andy Doyle on 23 June 2017
The presence of severe yellowing in some spring barley crops may not be just a matter of BYDV infection.
By Andy Doyle on 15 June 2017
The ability to identify blackgrass early is key to preventing it from building in your fields.
By Andy Doyle on 15 June 2017
While disease pressures in cereals have been relatively low so far, Dr Steven Kildea of Teagasc warns that there are many serious threats to contend with for the remainder of the growing season.
By Contributor on 11 June 2017
Mildew and rusts have been major disease challenges thus far in 2017 but the old enemies have not gone away and ramularia and ear blight could still be major challenges.
By Andy Doyle on 08 June 2017
The dry spring provided welcome natural control for our traditional wet season diseases but the resistance threat intensifies.
By Andy Doyle on 10 June 2017
Every tillage farmer in the country needs to be on continuous lookout for blackgrass as crops are now being lost.
By Andy Doyle on 08 June 2017
The sources of blackgrass infestation of tillage land needs to be investigated and halted.
By Andy Doyle on 01 June 2017
While generally dry conditions have militated against our usual wet season diseases, dry warm humid weather has favoured diseases like mildew and rusts.
By Andy Doyle on 25 May 2017
The Irish Cattle Foot Trimmers Association are hosting a Seminar on 1st August i...
Farm Solutions are currently looking Dairy Relief workers for Co. Wexford. T...
/sub soilers/pipe layers- single and twin leg. Also gravel mole ploughs. Deliver...
At Toorfin, Longford – c. 65 acres of meadow/grazing for term ending 1st Dec...
SALARY: £47,749 - £52,334 for Principal Scientific Officer REF: IRC219757or ...

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