Spring oats

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  1. gone

    gone Well-Known Member

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    I was a bit late with the mildew spray earlier in the year, I hadn't realised Husky had failed so much on mildew resistance, it had done a lot of damage.
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    Have you gone with the headspray yet gone? Mine are a good few days behind that and will be close to another week before that spray will go on.

    Yours were sown early if I remember rightly as a friends are between yours and mine. They look Lovely and even.
     
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    Not yet, will do them ASAP, it is 2nd on the list, but will probably end up being 3rd as I have a lot of spring barley T2 to do just booked in yesterday evening.
     
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    Lovely looking oats there gone. Mine have a bit to go and then some to look like that. Husky as well.
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    • Medax Max and Ce Ce Ce doing the business one Isabel oats. Just as well because the crop is seriously heavy in places. Has it shortened by the most of a foot. 14B80566-0299-45B7-9860-391C99F078CE.jpeg 6B816FBC-0AC2-414D-A68E-D67DA0FD8B46.jpeg
     
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  6. CORK

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    This is Isabel in Co. Waterford.

    CCC at 1L followed by CCC 1L & Moddus 0.2L at GS32.

    Great spring in it.

    Isabels lush appearance can be a bit scary but it usually stiffens up well.

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    Savage looking. Is that a seed crop?
     
  8. CORK

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    Yes, sure is. A clean piece of ground from a wild oat point of view.
     
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    Oh well, here's mine a few days ago!
    Moddus and then Canopy.
    Tidied up some mildew at canopy time too.
    Combination of that and dry seems to have steadied them.. DSC_0423.JPG DSC_0422.JPG
     
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    Slow about heading out here, looking at the forecast I was going to spray them tomorrow evening but will be holding fire for a few days yet.

    Youd see every drain in it this evening! 20200614_183854.jpg 20200614_184214.jpg 20200614_184808.jpg 20200614_184816.jpg
     
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    I think in general crops have slowed down with the change in weather.
     
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    I think crops have realized that it is June but there is some lad down in Cork getting ready to cut Winter Barley and has the Journal Photographer booked for the 22nd to make that weeks edition.
     
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    It’s got much harder to make the front page since Paraquat was banned.
     
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    A crop of Isabelle I have, sprayed 30 days now and slow to ear out. The 2nd ccc moddus mix has it well slowed up. Looks decent considering the lack of rain and heat tho.
     
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    Very nice indeed. The Crown Rust resistance makes management easier.

    Not to mention your agronomic skills @Blackwater boy - they easily add an extra tonne/acre. Similar to adding the second flashing beacon.
     
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    I was actually putting it down to me being a super operator
     
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    Didn’t I mention that? Sorry, I’ll edit ....
     
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    It will be after the weekend now before anything is ready to spray or weather cooperates anyway.

    That looks nice and dense and lush.
     
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    Not fully shot out but still clean. It's looking well anyway and will get fungicide this week. 20200621_140413.jpg
     
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    Just back from looking at this. Husky on very light land. It'll be no record breaker by any means and it's very short. Barely hip high but it's spotless and will get it's final spray in the next day or 3. 20200621_154759.jpg 20200621_154815.jpg
     
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    If it was barley that was there it might no be a foot high, so small mercies and all that.
     
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    Small mercies indeed. It's thinner then I like but whats there looks good and with the good drink it's after getting I'm hopeful it'll do ok.
     
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    That's probably 0.25t/ac gone this evening :lol:

    That's the cereals all done this evening with the gates closed.

    The father tells me "there is fierce lie on some of it" :scared::wacko:
     
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    last crop of the year to be sprayed. In case anyone has surplus cash after all the straw money ye are going to make this harvest the land and house across the valley is for sale for 3.25mil.
     

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