Spring is has sprung but night frosts over the past few weeks have put the brakes on crop growth and disease after the mild winter. However, it won't be long before the season lives up to its name and
When it comes to the relative importance of major diseases in wheat, septoria tritici wins regarding the damage it causes to yield and challenges it presents to manage through varietal resistance and
This year there are nine new varieties on the wheat , and 14 wheat varieties have been removed. The booklet will be landing on doorsteps around Valentine's Day, but it is already available online.
Highlights of AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds stand at Cereals 2015 (c)AHDB/Eleanor Perkins
17 June 2015 Well, that’s Cereals done for another year. As usual, it was a fine showcase of anything and everything associated with growing crops. One of the important aspects, though, is the
4 June 2014 When I was thinking about writing this over the last week, I was considering using the same title as I did back in the winter: Wet wet wet! We have had a few dry days now so I have a
29 May 2014 Well, as I sit now, an excellent spring has slumped into a wet summer …surely not again? Moving swiftly on, I was following a tractor and trailer on a Lincolnshire road the other day
9 April 2014 Spring has definitely sprung – the warmer, longer days are helping the autumn drilled crops race forward and the welcome dry spell is allowing plenty of timely field work. Even on the