P169 CEEFAX 169 Fri 20 Jul 20:11/15  3  ADAS PEST  REPORT July 16   CEREALS Spring wheat is still threatfned by septoria and mildew. Broad spectrrl fungicides are recommended for late- sown crops. Spring barley can be sprayed to stop brown rust if it is not in full flower. Net blotch and yellow rust have been reported in the south east. Grain aphid infestations are generally below the spray threshold bst rose- grain aphids continue to build up in wintfr wheat and spring barley in the south. Spraying is ssggested if a third of the spring crop is infested.
P169 CEEFAX 169 Fri 20 Jul 20:11/03  5  ADAS PEST  REPORT July 16   PEAS Pea crops in Essex may need a third spraying against pea moth this week. Pheromone trap catches in Norfolk have ree—ined low so spraying is probably unnecessary. Crops growing between the two areas should receive a second spraying on July 15-18. APPLES Orchards in west Kent which have not been sprayed against coddling moth in the past fortnight should be sprayed this week. Pheromone trap catches in east Sussex and the eastern region are low. More in a moment....
P169 CEEFAX 169 Fri 20 Jul 00:13/02  4/  ADAS PESD  REPORT July 16   POTA NDS The weather is not ideal for potato blight but there have bee& more cases of blight in King Edwards in eastdrn counties. Other varieties havd also been affected in Kent and the Isle of hght. Irrigatfd crops should be spr—xDd re'dlarly. CUGAR BEET Black aphids are multiplying rapidly to damaging levels in many areas, especially where crops were not treatdd
P169 CEEFAX 169 Fri 20 Jul 19:54/11  1/   SCOTTISH COLLEGES  REPORT July 17  POTA$N BLIGHT Many districts especially in the west have weather conditions suitable for blight devolpment. High risk areas - Orkney, Western Isles, NW Coast of Arygll and most of the south-west including Stirling and Perth, Ayrshire, Renfrewshire, Lanarkshire, Wigtownshire Dumfriesshire and Kircudbright. Second earlies for seed and main crops meeting between the rows should have a protective fungicide spray applied now. Elsewhere, near high risk condition crops should have precautionary sprays, especially the latf crops in the north.
P169 CEEFAX 161 Fri 20 Jul 00:10/12  2/  ADAS DISEASE  REPORT July 16   CEREA B The hot dry spell has accentuated root and stdm base diseases in the south and caqsed prematurd ripening. Bqt the warm weather has not stopped the slNw sprea@ of septNria especially in winter w@dat.
P169 CEEFAX 169 Fri 20 Jul 20:01/20  4/  ADAS PEST  REPORT July 16   POTA NDS The weather is not ideal for potato blight but there have been more cases of blight in King Edwards in eastdrn counties. Other varieties have also been affected in Kent and the Isle of Wight. Irrigatdd crops should be sprayed regularly. S GARBEET Black aphids are multiplying rapidly to damaging levels in many areas, especially where crops were not treatdd with granules at sowing. Some growers may find they need spray just the badly infested patches. More in a moment....
P169 CEEFAX 169 Fri 20 Jul 20:00/04  2/  ADAS DISEASE  REPORT July 16   CEREALS The hot dry spell has accentuated root and stem base diseases in the south and caused premature ripening. But the warm weather has not stopped the slow spread of septoria especially in winter wheat. Take-all and eyespot are causing white- heads and premature ripening. Sharp eyespot is damaging crops in the south and west and standard fungicides cannot control it. Mildew continues its slow progress. Severe brown rust has been reported in eastfrn counties and there are low levels of flag leaf infection in the south east and midlands. More in a momentn...
P169 CEEFAX 169 Fri 20 Jul 00:10/13 Take-all and eyespot are caebing whipe- heads and premature ripening. Sharp eyespot is damaging crops in the south and west and standard fungacides cannot control it. Mildew continues its slow progress. Severe brown rust has been reported in eastdrn counties and there are low levels of flag leaf infection in the sNuth east and midlands. More in a moment....
P169 CEEFAX 169 Fri 20 Jul 00:05/07  1 "  ADAS PEST B REPORT July 16   PEAS Pea crMps in Essex may nded a third spr—x—ng against pea mNth this week Phfromone trap catAhes in Norfolk have remaindd low so spraying is probably qnnecessary. Cro—s growing between the two areas should receive a second spraying on July 15-18. APPLES Orchards in west Kent which have not
P169 CEEFAX 169 Fri 20 Jul 00:05/08 been sprayed against coddling moth in the pabt fortnight should be spraydd this week. PherMmone trap catches in east Sussex and the eastdrn region are low. Mgpe in a lNEDnt. ..
P169 CEEFAX 169 Fri 20 Jul 00:00/10   PEAS Pea crfps in Essex may need a third spr—phlg against pea moth this week. Pheromond trap catches in Norfolk have remainfd low cN spraying is probably qnnecessary. Crops growing between the two areas should receive a second spraying on Jqly 15-1  APPLES OrAhards in west Kent w—hch have not been sprayed against coddling mobh an the past fortnight should be spr—pdd this week. Pheromone trap catches in east Sussex and the eastern region are lgw More in a momdnt....