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  • Bean seed fly (delia platura) is a pest with a wide host range that includes peas and beans, the larvae feeding on imbibing seeds and small seedlings as they emerge. Dr Becky Howard, R&D Manager at PGRO, explains that Initial findings from trials suggest that the period between cultivation and drilling may be more important when managing the damage than drill type or whether rolling had been undertaken, with maximum damage recorded on th......

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pgro @pgroresearch Aug 10
There will be plenty of pea samples like this one this year. Mixed maturity from uneven establishment and pea moth⦠https://t.co/RwiQNy9qO5
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Crop Update 09:  Sampling and testing for Stem and bulb nematode: Guidance to ensure the best test results and how⦠https://t.co/kFQrM9pxPz
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