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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.
A combination of wind direction and climate have resulted in significant yellow rust infection in some winter wheat crops and this must be stopped.
By Andy Doyle on 18 May 2017
The combination of low variety lodging resistance, high soil N carryover and high N application rate could result in high lodging risk in spring barley this year.
By Andy Doyle on 18 May 2017
A dry winter is only one of the factors that could influence soil mineral nitrogen availability this spring and should be reflected in total N rate used writes Dr Joseph Lynch and John Spink, Teagasc.
By Andy Doyle on 11 May 2017
With dryness an issue currently for farmers around the country, former IFA grain chair John O’Mahony from Tallow summarises 30 years of rainfall data for his Waterford farm
By Andy Doyle on 11 May 2017
With most winter barley crops now at either side of flag leaf emerged Ciaran Collins of Teagasc advises on final fungicide and growth regulator considerations.
By Contributor on 04 May 2017
As we in Ireland face concerns about resistance in diseases, weeds and insects, others elsewhere seem to be facing even bigger problems which are largely homegrown, writes David Shortall.
By Contributor on 20 April 2017
The potentials for field resistance in septoria to SDHI fungicides is not far away and growers need to sharpen up on husbandry to reduce infection pressure to help protect their efficacy.
By Andy Doyle on 30 March 2017
Dow AgroSciences launches two new herbicides
Leystar and Envy can both be used in new sown reseeds and contain a new active ingredient, Florasulam.
By David Wright on 20 March 2017
The Teagasc septoria conference will look at resistance and control issues now and in the future.
By Andy Doyle on 23 February 2017
NI and UK farmers will have to option to apply more nitrogen following the revision of their RB209 fertiliser manual.
By Andy Doyle on 26 January 2017
The Teagasc septoria conference is to focus on understanding resistance development and to promote the measures that should help to reduce disease pressure in crops.
By Andy Doyle on 08 December 2016
Our high dependence on pesticides should provide a big cost incentive to minimise our dependence on them.
By Andy Doyle on 01 December 2016
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