T0 is the perfect time to set up season-long control of key diseases in wheat and barley. This spring, growers face a diverse range of crop situations, unlike last season, with increased variability in cropping due to later drilling and very wet autumn/winter field conditions. Where yield potential is already limited, growers should consider using... Read moreT0. Disease Control Starting Point - Clayton Cereal Fungicides
Warmer temperatures earlier in October and higher rainfall this autumn have led to high Phoma pressure. Crops that were drilled very early may be less susceptible, but Light leaf spot (LLS) pressure will be higher, so disease control measures may be needed for both diseases. Keep an eye on the size of these crops too... Read moreWinter Oilseed Rape...disease control and plant growth regulation.
Discover more about disease control approaches and strategies in flowering Oilseed rape in our latest Technical Bulletin, focusing on Sclerotinia control…Flowering OSR.
Following the warm autumn, relatively mild winter and wet early spring conditions, levels of Chocolate spot being observed in-field are high and building. Early control will be key to managing this and it is inadvisable to wait until early flowering before making an intervention. Benzovindiflupyr products now offer an excellent option for managing this disease... Read moreChocolate spot control in beans 2023
Full details of approved varieties for both main crop potatoes (pre-emergence only and pre- and post-emergence treatments) and first and second earlies (pre-emergence treatment only) for both our herbicides Clayton Mizen and Clayton Mizuna containing metribuzin can be found here…Clayton Mizen Variety List 2023 Clayton Mizuna Variety List 2023
Early ear emergence, rapid movement of foliar diseases up the plant and current grain prices all mean that an effective T3 application is crucial. Product choice should not only be focused on controlling the quality and yield losses from fusarium but also foliar disease top up which will depend on variety and previous fungicide applications. ... Read moreT3 timing and product choice critical for effective disease protection!
Clayton Plant Protection offers a wide range of leading herbicides for cereal crops this autumn. Achieving good crop establishment to maximise yields relies on effective, early-season control of grass and broad-leaved weeds. Careful planning in terms of product choice and the effective stacking of residual herbicides for pre-and post-emergence weed control will help growers achieve... Read moreCereal Herbicides Product Guide - 2021
Clayton Plant Protection offer a choice of prothioconazole-based fungicides as straight; Traciafin® Plus or co-formulated; Protefin® options for early season disease control, to ensure the best start for winter oilseed rape crops this season. Target diseases As two of the most damaging diseases in Winter Oilseed rape, closely monitor Phoma and Light leaf spot for spray thresholds in... Read moreAutumn Fungicides for OSR - 2021
Clayton Plant Protection is a multi-faceted business offering growers valuable choice and flexibility across Agriculture, Horticulture and Amenity sectors, and as such, global logistics and supply dynamics play a critical role in the overall business. As an established business of 30 years, Clayton has an experienced team and an effective, agile business model for challenges... Read moreAdapting to global supply dynamics and logistics challenges is as crucial as ever today...
Clayton Plant Protection products offer valuable choice and flexibility for tackling Blackgrass this autumn in cereals.
Celebrating 30 years in the UK Agricultural industry, Clayton Plant Protection works closely with customers to provide alternative, high quality and flexible product solutions for growers. With an expanding portfolio of proven generic formulations, Clayton have the vital product choices and field performance needed for tackling key weed problems in the rotation such as blackgrass.... Read moreClayton Blackgrass Product Range 2021
Clayton’s growing portfolio in 2021 is a mix of Generic products, Parallel imported products and Third-party products. The longer-term regulatory outlook following Brexit however, is currently set to have an impact on part of this product mix going forward. Take a look at the article below.ClaytonPP Brexit Outlook 2021
Important New Label Changes To Cereal Herbicides: Clayton Facet XL®, Clayton Sabre XL® and Clayton Aspect XL®
Clayton Plant Protection now have NEW approvals and label changes in place for three of their key autumn Cereal Herbicides. Previously branded as Clayton Facet, Sabre and Aspect, all these three products now have new MAPP numbers and have been rebranded (with an XL suffix to their name). Clayton Facet XL® (New MAPP No. 19724)... Read moreClayton Facet XL, Clayton Sabre XL & Clayton Aspect XL Label Updates 2021
Clayton’s growing product portfolio is a hybrid mix of ‘Generic products’, ‘Parallel imported products’ and ‘Third-party products’. The current Regulatory system can be complex and confusing, so we have provided a quick-reference summary of the different types of products we market. Generic Products A generic product, also referred to as an ‘off-patent product’, is a... Read moreClayton Plant Protection Product Types 2021
Fast-acting sulfonylurea herbicide active against a range of broad-leaved weeds in forage and grain maize. Contains 750 g/kg prosulfuron in water-dispersible granules, for the control of certain annual broad-leaved weeds in forage and grain maize. Mode of action: Fast-acting sulfonylurea herbicide active against a range of broad-leaved weeds, absorbed by both leaves and roots.Clayton Kibo® - Product Profile
For reliable, cost-effective spring weed control in Cereals Clayton Paragon® new to the market in 2021 is a contact residual and translocated sulphonylurea herbicide mixture for use in cereals, formulated as a WG (water dispersible granule) containing 6.8% w/w metsulfuron-methyl and 68.2% w/w thifensulfuron-methyl. Clayton Paragon® is label approved for weed control use in Spring... Read moreClayton Paragon® Technical Bulletin - Spring 2021