Contents tagged with wheat disease management

18 June 2019

Found out about powdery mildew, a disease that can affect all cereal crops

18 June 2019

Calculate rainfall-related mycotoxin scores and target T3 fungicide sprays in wheat

26 April 2019

The AHDB Recommended Lists (RL) pocketbooks for 2019/20 are now online.

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.

14 March 2019

Ergot mycotoxins can move before and after harvest.

23 May 2019

Discover how some aphids can transmit yield-robbing viruses to cereals and oilseed rape

14 June 2019

Fungicide Futures is an initiative led by AHDB and FRAG-UK to help put good anti-resistance practice at the heart of fungicide programmes.

14 June 2019

Our fungicide performance work provides high-quality, independent information on the efficacy of fungicides against key diseases in wheat, barley and oilseed rape.

3 June 2019

Take-all is a serious soil-borne disease of cereals. It is estimated that half of UK wheat crops are affected and that they suffer average yield losses of 5 to 20%. This publication provides an overview of the disease and management options.

17 June 2019

This definitive guide to cereal diseases in the UK contains full colour photgraphs for identification plus information on hosts, symptoms and life cycles.

3 June 2019

Eyespot is a common disease in intensive cereal rotations. This risk assessment method includes an early (pre-sowing) assessment of agronomic risks, to allow an integrated management approach.

3 June 2019

Septoria tritici is the most important wheat disease in the UK. Fungicides are currently the primary control method and anti-resistance strategies need to be applied to preserve and extend the useful life of these active ingredients.