this is div id="printarea" hardcoded in Layout.cshtml

In publishing and graphic design, Lorem ipsum is a placeholder text commonly used to demonstrate the visual form of a document or a typeface without relying on meaningful conten

below tandart print area (defined by @media print in AHDBprojectblue.less)

Fungicide Futures

Varietal resistance provides a foundation for disease control: Access the AHDB Recommended Lists

Efficacy is in your hands

Fungicides are an essential component of many crop protection strategies. With limited chemistry entering the UK market and increased regulation, it is important to protect fungicide efficacy by using low-risk fungicide programmes.

Fungicide Futures is an initiative led by AHDB and FRAG-UK to help put good anti-resistance practice at the heart of fungicide programmes. We give you the facts to help you maximise your return on investment and protect chemistry.


What is Fungicide Futures?

Fungicide Futures is a joint initiative between AHDB and the Fungicide Resistance Action Group UK (FRAG). The initiative combines anti-resistance management information, developed with FRAG, and the power of AHDB’s communications channels. With a focus on practical on-farm action, Fungicide Futures promotes powerful and consistent messages on effective low resistance risk fungicide programmes to growers of cereals and their advisers.

Fungicide Resistance Action Group

The Fungicide Resistance Action Group (FRAG) produces guidance on pesticide resistance issues that is published by AHDB.

Fungicide performance

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