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Maya (Bromoxynil) achieves EAMU approval for use on Canary Seed

The Nufarm herbicide, Maya (Bromoxynil), has today been granted Extension of Use Approval for use on Canary Seed.


Premium Crops' Agronomist, Sam Deane, says "We are really pleased to get another broad leaf herbicide option for our Canary Seed growers. Having Bromoxynil in the armory will increase flexibility in Canary Seed management by broadening the spectrum of broad leaf weeds that we can control and widening the timing of application"


For more information about EAMU approvals for Canary Seed click here 

Niche Crops Are Solution to Brexit Farmers - South East Farmer, August 2017

Experimenting with niche crops - especially the spring ones - is central to Mr Culley's philosophy, because there is less capital invested for a shorter length of time. "It releases cash from the business because they are not investing in a crop they're growing all year round".

Canary Seed is probably an 80 day crop, so it is an excellent choice for experimenting.


You can read more in South East Farmer - HERE (see page 18)