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Despite increasing concerns regarding the spread of herbicide-resistant ryegrass, effective control can still be achieved where a stacked and sequenced programme of herbicides is applied accurately and in favourable conditions.
That’s according to ProCam’s Rob Adamson, who explains that success is reliant on a careful balance of...Read More
With blackgrass levels soaring this summer after early drilling, ProCam agronomist Gary Webster says it is now crunch time to employ all available techniques to bring numbers back down.
Mr Webster said: “Last season presented a perfect storm. Little control was achieved in stale seedbeds. Crops were drilled early. Then, with the...
With volatile fertiliser prices and an increased focus on carbon footprints prompting a desire to use nitrogen more efficiently, ProCam is putting a number of solutions to the test in a network of UK trials.
The surge in granular nitrogen (N) fertiliser prices in 2021/22 kickstarted a catalyst for change, believes ProCam technical...Read More
The legacy of last autumn’s early cereal drilling on disease was a hot topic at ProCam’s recent summer open day in Yorkshire.
Although not the case everywhere, a lot of wheat was drilled worryingly early last autumn, after the early harvest, said ProCam head of crop production, Mike Thornton.
Speaking at the company’s trials hub...Read More