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, is a sprawling, many stemmed annual with blue flowers. Germinates in both autumn and spring, so can be a problem weed in Read less Read more arable and brassica crops. Speedwell Sow thistle (Sonchus oleraceus) is common throughout New Zealand in crops, gardens and waste areas. It is an annual

Betanal quattro case study - Tim Molloy, Rangiora

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Bayer Crop Science New Zealand Betanal quattro case study - Tim Molloy, Rangiora Betanal quattro case study - Tim Molloy, Rangiora Dry stock farming and contract crop drilling mean Tim Molloy gets to follow crops through every stage from sowing to consumption. It gives him a better idea than

Betanal quattro case study - Clinton Carroll, Wairarapa

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around critical timing. A key part is seed bed preparation. The most successful crops Clinton sees are the ones where, after initial spraying and cultivation, the seedbed is left for 4-6 weeks before sowing. A ‘stale’ seedbed provides time for any particularly persistent weeds to re-emerge

Escolta Trial - Jason Scott, Wairarapa. Scott’s Ag Contracting.

. Jason Scott has plenty of first-hand experience sowing, growing and feeding fodder beet. His Wairarapa contracting business is fully engaged from the start of spring preparing seed beds and sowing beet. That includes 30ha of his own land where the beet is sown on a run off playing a key role


threshold for grass grub is two grubs per spade square. Well before sowing, take a garden spade and dig ten sample squares to the depth of the spade blade in a diagonal across the paddock. Sift through the soil and if an average of more than two grubs per sample is found treat with an effective seed

Betanal quattro case study - Neil Rowe, Rotorua

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sowing without precision planting, but you really need to do that to get as many plants germinating as possible. Working closely with Bayer Crop Science territory manager Phil Bertram, Neil has also fine tuned his spray programme, ensuring good timing and right spray use result in clean, high

Aviator Xpro case study - Ian Batchelor, North Canterbury

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the trend. Forced into growing more spring barley than usual on his farm at Sefton due to the wet 2014 autumn, he sowed 60 ha of Snakebite and 50 ha of Quench during October. Cropmaster 20 was applied to the seedbed at 200-250 kg/ha delivering 38-47 kgN/ha, topped up with 75-90 kgN/ha as urea at 

Betanal quattro case study - Gareth Isbister, North Otago

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two year old heifers. The yields on the dryland farm varied this year from 14tDM/ha to about 20t, a range Gareth is happy with, given the farm only received 30mm of rain between June 1 last year and Christmas time. Sowing beets on dry land country may seem risky, but Gareth has found beets come

Aviator Xpro/Prosaro case study - Andrew Gillanders, Central Canterbury

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of times. However, with early sowings and good crop husbandry we are able to limit the uncertainty.” Last year, the Gillanders averaged cereal crop yields of around 7 tonnes/ha from the autumn sown crops. However, yields for the spring sown crops on lighter soils were a different story &ndash

Aviator Xpro case study - Frank and Harry Collier, Manawatu

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Zealand Limited Historically it also meant they restricted cropping to spring sowings, but for the past three seasons they’ve grown a paddock of winter wheat too. Normally it’s sown late April or early May, though this year it was early June due to wet weather earlier in the autumn
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