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Horticulture Weekly
Pest & Disease Tracker 17th February 2019
 

HW's Pest & Disease Tracker delivers the latest pest and disease alerts, outbreaks and interceptions, plus key plant health news, research and management information. For access to articles you will need to subscribe to Horticulture Week.

 
Analysis
 
What will metaldehyde ban mean for horticulture?
What will metaldehyde ban mean for horticulture?
 
Latest Plant Health News and Analysis
 
Government encourages industries to prepare for chemical use in the event of a no-deal EU exit Government encourages industries to prepare for chemical use in the event of a no-deal EU exit
 
 
First UK sighting of cotton stringy scale on magnolia First UK sighting of cotton stringy scale on magnolia
 
 
Plant importer sees brisk January plant sales ahead of Brexit Plant importer sees brisk January plant sales ahead of Brexit
 
 
Biotech firm Bionema launches chafer beetles trap Biotech firm Bionema launches chafer beetles trap
 
 
Movement restrictions introduced to protect against eight toothed bark beetle tree pest in Kent Movement restrictions introduced to protect against eight toothed bark beetle tree pest in Kent
 
 
Pesticides: MEPs propose blueprint to improve EU approval procedure Pesticides: MEPs propose blueprint to improve EU approval procedure
 
 
New paper questions glyphosate regulatory system New paper questions glyphosate regulatory system
More plant health
 
Plant Health In Depth
 
Damping-off in ornamental crops
Damping-off in ornamental crops
How does damping-off kill seedlings and what steps can growers take to keep it off the nursery?
 
Latest Extension of Authorisation for Minor Use
 
EAMU update: Markate 50 for outdoor beetroot
 
 
EAMU Expiry alert: June 2019
 
 
EAMU update: Markate 50 for onion and leek crops
 
 
EAMU update: Markate 50 for outdoor sweetcorn
 
 
EAMU update: Markate 50 for swede and turnip
 
Nursery checklist
 
14 February - Compost and winter Stored growing media If you use compost that has been stored for some time, check the conductivity to avoid unnecessary root damage at potting. High conductivity in the substrate means there may be little nutrition left in controlled-release fertiliser prills.
 
EAMU EXPIRY ALERT
 
EAMU Expiry alert: April and May 2019 EAMU authorisations that are due to expire by the end of April and end of May 2019. EAMU Expiry alert: April and May 2019
 
Research Update
 
Science Into Practice - Better lettuce crop quality
 
 
Science Into Practice - Better carbon dioxide uptake
 

 

 
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