Hybrid Barley Husbandry Advice & Videos
Last year, it was the ‘Beast from the East’, this year we are breaking 70 year old max temperature records for February, so the old adage of two years never being the same is holding true.
That being said, most winter crops are 10-14 days more advanced than normal and growers are beginning to apply fertiliser and considering PGR and fungicide options.
In this guide and video, Tim O Donovan discusses the immediate agronomy decisions for Hybrid barley.
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