Winter Wheat 2019

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  1. CORK

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    You’d hope that the remaining green leaf would have bravo on it and thus be protected?

    Unless the Septoria got in first and hasn’t made itself known just yet.......
     
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    Any crops that got the T1.5 are definiately better.
     
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    Going with T3 this week, my wheat has every disease you can name, but all down in the base and creeping upwards.
     
  4. Mid cork

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    Leaf 3 gust about gone in Costello wheat. The top two leaves are holding well so far. I haven’t seen septoria pressure like this since 12’. Given how dry May was I wonder is going to be possible grow winter wheat in the future, down around here anyway. CD1142AC-057B-4B25-BBD5-EE78EEAD833B.jpeg Hi C18E054E-4C3A-48F2-9A0F-829BB6EA36CB.jpeg
     
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    Anyone having trouble with mixing Adexar and Corbel? The sprayer filters got clogged up here when it went like sour milk. 40 acres of wheat badly covered now.
     
  6. Hardysplicer

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    Wouldn’t have thought it would , anything else in tank ? Just them two ?
    When you say filters, main line or nozzle filter
     
  7. Iggy

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    There was Adexar Corbel and Bravo. The Adexar went in first and all was fine, as soon are the Corbel went in there was curdling. All the filters blocked, I've more wheat to do and I'm changing over to Elatus Plus Plexeo, Corbel and Bravo.
     
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    I take it your on T2?

    Worst case scenario run through with corbel separate if your chasing mildew
    BASF prob have a helpline
     
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    Never had an issue with that before. Get into whoever supplied you with the chemical. Corbel and adexar are both BASF and bravo in general is no issue.
     
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    Was on to supplier yesterday and he said there was big demand for Adexar and they brought some in from England in 10L cans, which I was using. 20190609_185138.jpg
     
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    Anyone on T3? Will be 3 weeks next Wed since T2 and its mid flowering. Top 2 leaves clean but 3rd one half gone. Thinking of leaving it till the weekend.
     
  12. CORK

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    Doing ours tomorrow if all goes to plan.

    The crops are flowering.

    Fusarium control on wheat using chemicals is moderate at best if the weather is bad enough at flowering.
    The flowers on an ear of wheat don’t all occur at the same time so all you can do is spray as close to mid flowering as you can.

    Proline is seen as the best active so make sure this is in the tank in some form.

    I would aim to spray at flowering regardless of the period between T2 & T3.
     
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    Thanks, probably going with Prosaro as usual, would a litre of Bravo as well be any help to give it a bit of contact protection?
     
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    Many people will be doing the Bravo I think, I will on our dirtier wheat. It might keep protection going a bit longer especially where needed in dirty crops.
     
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    We will miss it when it's gone!
     
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    What rate of Proline would you recommend J?. CTL isn't expensive and I'll be putting on a litre as well.
     
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    I’m going 0.6 which is 75% rate
     
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    Why the no prosaro J?
     
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    I don’t see the point in adding Teb unless Yellow Rust is a risk (which it is in many crops to be fair).

    Prothioconazole is the best of a bad lot in terms of fusarium control so I guess I’d rather spend my euros on that.

    Doctors differ of course and I’m not saying I’m right!
     
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    Anyone going with another bag of CAN on wheat? I've 180units/acre and might bring it up to just over 200.
     
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    What stage of growth is it? I usually put out a late 25-30 units at flag leaf. You might be a little late but it’ll probably be washed in quick enough in this weather.
     
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    Not doing all the wheat just where it looks a bit hungry, yeah about 25 units, it's at about about gs 50.
     
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    At least you waited till it was calm (unlike me :ohmy:)
     
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    It was relatively clam alright.
    I was down east cork yesterday, I was thinking it was proline is could taste in my mouth alright
     

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