Continuing from Clayton’s exciting generic R&D pipeline comes two new fungicide product launches for our customers and growers in 2024; Clayton Canyon SC* containing 500 g/l Folpet is an extremely useful and versatile multi-site protectant fungicide for disease control in Cereals. In a 5L pack size, Clayton Canyon has label use approvals on Winter wheat,... Read more
Continuing from Clayton’s exciting generic R&D pipeline comes two new herbicide product launches for our customers and growers in 2024; Clayton Excel* containing 25 g/l Florasulam + 100 g/l Fluroxypyr is a versatile post-emergence herbicide mixture for the control of many problem broad-leaved weeds and volunteers in Cereals. In a 5L pack size, Clayton Excel... Read more
Clayton offers a range of leading herbicides for the control of grass and broad-leaved weeds in cereals for pre-emergence and post-emergence use. Careful planning in terms of product choice and effective stacking of residual herbicides will help ensure the best start for your crop and maximise the success of your weed control management strategies… Discover... Read moreClayton Autumn OSR Fungicides & Cereal Herbicides 2023
Take a look at our helpful guidance around T1 fungicides, with product information and suggestions for wheat and barley, focusing on broadening disease control through the use of different actives. The T1 timing will be particularly important this season based on recent weather patterns across the UK and in situations where T0 applications have been... Read moreT1. A key timing for Cereal Fungicides.
Growers can find useful product information, including guidance on use rates and fungicide application timings across our full range of products available in 2023, for reliable, cost-effective and powerful disease control in cereal crops through the season… Click below to learn more about protecting your crops this spring and see our full Product Guide... Read more
Clayton Cocoon, containing 400g/l clopyralid, is a new herbicide product launch for Clayton in 2023. As a high-quality EC formulation, it can control a good range of perennial and annual broad-leaved weeds in the post-emergence window including excellent control of thistles and volunteer potatoes. Other target problem weeds controlled include Mayweeds, Groundsel and Corn Marigold.... Read moreNew Products Summary 2023
Clayton Flurry, containing 200g/l fluroxypyr, is a new herbicide product launch for Clayton in 2023. As a high-quality EC formulation, problem weeds controlled in the post-emergence window include cleavers, common chickweed, forget-me-not, charlock, common poppy, groundsel, mayweed, shepherd’s purse, volunteer rape, knotgrass, black bindweed, broad-leaved dock and common nettle. This wide spectrum of broad-leaved weed... Read moreNew Products Summary 2023
With a reliable portfolio of products targeting key disease problems in Cereal crops, Clayton can provide the choice and building blocks you need in spring for disease control. Achieving good crop growth to maximise yields relies on effective control of damaging diseases in the spring. With a range of leading fungicides, including new prothioconazole-based options... Read moreCereal Fungicides Product Range 2023
6 of the best choices for cereal weed control. With a wide range of reliable, leading herbicides for use in cereals, Clayton can provide a wide choice of cost-effective products for autumn weed control in the critical mid-September to late-October window. Achieving good crop establishment to maximise yields relies on effective, early season control of... Read more
Clayton Sabre®XL / Clayton Facet®XL Proven, trusted, formulations for a cost-effective alternative choice. Wider label with approvals on more cereal crops including spring wheat and spring barley Higher maximum total dose: 0.9 L/ha for powerful weed control Added flexibility with sequential split dose applications of 0.6 L/ha (until 31 March) followed by 0.3 L/ha (after... Read more
Clayton Cocoon® is a post-emergence herbicide that controls a wide range of annual and perennial broad-leaved weeds in cereals, grassland, oilseed rape and a wide range of other crops. Controlling a range of more difficult broad-leaved weeds including thistles and volunteer potatoes, Clayton Cocoon® has flexible timing use for growers and is ideal for use... Read moreClayton Cocoon Product Information
Did you see our article in Agronomist & Arable Farmer’s early April e-newsletter release about Clayton Plant Protection’s wide range of Cereal fungicides for use as broad-spectrum disease control mixer products at crucial T1 timings and to enhance resistance management practices in combination with other frontline actives… In case you missed it… Planning your all-important... Read moreCereal Fungicides Product Range 2022
Clayton Plant Protection would encourage growers and agronomists to assess fields for disease risk or signs of infection and start planning ahead their T1 fungicide programme in good time, especially in fields where T0 applications were not made. Consideration should be made to ensure good resistance management practice at this key timing when choosing active... Read moreCereal Fungicides Product Range 2022
Early Disease Warning: T0 applications vital this spring to knock-back Yellow rust and Septoria infections.
Early planning for T0 fungicide applications in cereals will be vital to prevent or hold back Septoria and Yellow rust infections spreading in crops as we enter the key spring growing period, according to Will Ridgwell, Clayton Plant Protection. With a lot of early-sown autumn crops now showing very forward growth following a relatively mild... Read more
Keep a careful watch out for signs of Powdery mildew in cereals ahead of planning your T0 applications this spring.
With relatively mild winter temperatures so far and plenty of moisture present in lower leaves of forward, early-sown autumn drilled crops, cereal growers should stay alert to the threat of Powdery mildew in susceptible varieties of winter wheat and winter barley this spring. A number of growers and agronomists are starting to report mildew pustules... Read more