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    Crop Management

    Crop management includes general guides, disease, weed, pest, nutrient and soil management information. Based on results from AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds' research programme, these resources aim to ensure you always have the latest practical agronomic information at your fingertips.

Disease management

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Our fungicide performance work provides independent information on the efficacy of new and established fungicides. We also publish general disease management information.

Monitoring

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AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds monitoring provides growers and agronomists with regionally specific information about agronomy, disease and variety performance.

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Weed management

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Guidance on cultural and chemical control methods of arable weeds such as black-grass, cleavers, rye-grass, annual meadow-grass.

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Pest management

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Publications and tools to assist arable pest control – including slugs and aphids. Guidance on cultural control strategies and where to get information about current pest pressure.

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Nutrient management

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Information for targeting nitrogen, phosphate, potassium, sulphur and micronutrient applications. Guidance on the use of farmyard manures and slurries as well as nutrient management tools. Links to the AHDB Nutrient Management Guide (RB209)

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Soil management

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Well-managed soil is the basis for growing consistent and productive crops. You can find information on optimising conditions for crop growth, minimising the risk of erosion and maintaining soil organic matter levels.

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Grain storage and sampling

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Effective grain storage is a crucial area of farm management due to stricter food/feed safety legislation and assurance scheme requirements.

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Stewardship

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AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds has a range of publications and tools to assist with environmental stewardship.

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