Autumn weed control in later-sown winter cereals!

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 more

Cereal Herbicides Product Guide - 2021    

Product focus across our Cereal Herbicides Range – Autumn 2021

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... Read more

Cereal Herbicides Product Guide - Autumn 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 more

Clayton Facet XL, Clayton Sabre XL & Clayton Aspect XL Label Updates 2021    

Clayton Cereal Fungicides Targeting Disease Protection at T3 Timing.

Last chance saloon… With warmer temperatures, crops are developing quickly and T3 ear emergence application timing is now fast approaching in winter cereal crops in the UK. Careful choice in terms of fungicide products at T3 will help growers protect grain quality from Fusarium as well top up foliar disease control to protect yield, especially... Read more

Clayton Cereal Fungicide Range - 2021    

Clayton Cereal Fungicides Targeting Key Diseases at T2 Timing!

With T2 application timing now fast approaching in most winter cereal crops around the country, careful planning in terms of product choice for contact and protective fungicides will help growers achieve the best results, especially in crops where Septoria disease pressure may be building now in the leaf canopy following the recent wet and warmer... Read more

Clayton Cereal Fungicides Product Guide - 2021    

Product Focus – Ethephon-based Cereal PGRs

With flexible application use, Clayton PGRs target shortening and strengthening of upper internodes to prevent stem lodging, late lodging protection of yield & quality, and reduced brackling in barley to improve harvest efficiency. Product Profiles – Plant Growth Regulators   TEPHON® SC formulation containing 480g ethephon. Pack size: 5 Litres Crops: Winter & Spring Barley,... Read more

Clayton’s Plant Growth Regulators for Cereals – Spring 2021

Clayton offers a choice of two useful PGRs for later timing use in Cereal crops this spring. Achieving a good standing crop to prevent harvesting difficulties and to maximise yields often relies on effective, spring use of growth regulators. Careful planning in terms of product choice and timing will help growers achieve the best results.... Read more

Clayton Plant Growth Regulators for Cereals - Spring 2021    

Clayton Paragon® – Spring 2021

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 more

Clayton Paragon® Technical Bulletin - Spring 2021    

Product focus – Prothioconazole Cereal Fungicides

Looking for powerful, broad-spectrum protectant and curative prothioconazole-based cereal fungicides to control diseases this spring? Clayton Plant Protection offers a wide range of leading fungicides for cereal crops this Spring. Achieving good crop growth to maximise yields relies on effective, early control of damaging fungal diseases. Careful planning in terms of product choice for contact... Read more

The Benefits of Early Disease Control!

Early disease onset in crops varies each season. If cereal crops are not protected at key timings and at the early stages of disease development, it can severely impact crop yield potential. Many fungicide active ingredients rely on protectant activity and therefore must be applied before a disease becomes established. With an expanding range of... Read more

Clayton Cereal Fungicide Range – Spring 2021

Clayton Plant Protection offers a wide range of leading fungicides for cereal crops this Spring. Achieving good crop growth to maximise yields relies on effective, early control of damaging fungal diseases. Careful planning in terms of product choice for contact and protective fungicides will help growers achieve the best results at key application timings. Our... Read more

Clayton Cereal Fungicide Range - Spring 2021    
Clayton Autumn Cereal Herbicides 2020 – Product Guide

Clayton Autumn Cereal Herbicides 2020 – Product Guide

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... Read more

Autumn Cereal Herbicides - Product Guide 2020    

Made in the UK

Get on top of blackgrass and broad leaved weeds this autumn with Clayton Facet, Sabre and Aspect. Quality Flufenacet + Diflufenican formulations produced in the UK: The foundation of your autumn weed control At the heart of Clayton Plant Protection’s autumn portfolio are the Flufenacet + DFF products: Clayton Facet, Clayton Sabre and Clayton Aspect.... Read more