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“All wheats get pre-emergence herbicide, last autumn it was a Liberator (diflufenican + flufenacet)/Defy (prosulfocarb) mix as it produced best results in the trials.”
“Where planning to use pre emergence flufenacet based products such as Crystal (flufenacet + pendimethalin) or Liberator (diflufenican + flufenacet) remember the seed should be covered by fine settled soil to a depth of at least 32mm.”
“Herbicides will be based on flufenacet and in most cases will be mixed with trifluralin for the last time.”
“Where flufenacet treatments are still outstanding remember there is an opportunity to apply them peri-emergence in conjunction with a partner spray such as IPU.”
“We are focusing on Liberator (DFF + flufenacet) and Ice (flufenacet + pendimethalin) to cover this application.”
“Atlantis (iodosulfuron + mesosulfuron) plus flufenacet to try to control blackgrass.”
“Crystal (flufenacet + pendimethalin) can be effective for taking out blackgrass and ryegrass up to one leaf, but it can knock the crop and can be particularly vicious on barley.”
“However, known blackgrass areas will receive a pre-emergence spray based on flufenacet.”
“If you need to control brome in this crop, a flufenacet-based product should be applied as soon as possible.”
“Wheat and barley is reaching the two to three leaf stage and all blackgrass prone fields with decent seed-beds have been treated with a flufenacet-based pre-emergence herbicide.”
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