Contents tagged with IPM

13 September 2019

The vast majority of aphids tested do not carry BYDV

6 September 2019

This tool uses weather data to indicate the optimum time to apply insecticides to cereals

24 July 2019

‘Biofumigation’ describes the suppression of soilborne pests, pathogens and weeds by toxic gases emitted from organic material. In the UK, biofumigation typically involves growing brassica green manure crops. The most common species are Indian mustard (Brassica juncea), rocket (Eruca sativa) and oil radish (Raphanus sativus). The usual growing period is 8–14 weeks within a mid-July to early November window.

23 July 2019

Find out more about integrated pest management in this podcast episode

4 July 2019

Management of virus-spreading aphids in winter cereal crops is the subject of our latest research call

13 June 2019

Fungicide inputs for strawberries reduced by half compared to standard treatments

28 May 2019

Integrated pest management strategy for asparagus beetle

29 May 2019

Industry needs to adopt a fully integrated approach to managing pests, weeds and diseases, to support sustainable farming in the long-term, according to AHDB.

16 May 2019

How air temperature influences disease resistance to phoma in oilseed rape was investigated by this research.

26 April 2019

No significant economic benefit from increasing azole or SDHI dose, above current farm practice, was found in a recent analysis of AHDB fungicide performance data by ADAS.

4 April 2019

Conclusions of the first ever major cross-sector review of weed management

29 March 2019

These alerts can help guide the application of protectant fungicides to oilseed rape.