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  • DSV United Kingdom Ltd. - Cereals Event 2016
    new benchmark Chilton Leads Group Twos Semi Dwarf the Agronomic Challenges Cereals Event 2013 Three New Varieties Videos Blog News DSV International Products Oilseed Rape Autumn Seed Compass Incentive Popular Troy Dariot Spring Seed Makro Spring OSR Ability Spring OSR Doktrin Spring OSR Mirakel Spring OSR Medicus Spring OSR Selection Tool OSR Wheat Marston Olympus Cover Crops TerraLife TerraLife It s all in the name TerraLife growing instructions TerraLife BetaMaxx DT TerraLife BetaSola TerraLife VitaMaxx DT TerraLife ForageRooter TerraLife MaizePro DT TerraLife N Fixx TerraLife Rigol DT TerraLife SolaRigol DT Deeptill the deep rooted radish DT TerraLife components Alsike clover Bristle oat Buckwheat Common vetch Crimson clover Deeptill radish Egyptian clover False flax Field pea Forage rye Hungarian vetch Italian ryegrass Linseed oilseed flax Lupin Niger Oat Oil radish Persian clover Phacelia Red clover Safflower Sainfoin Serradella Sorghum Squarrose clover Sunflower White mustard Winter vetch EFA Cover Crops Vetch Rye Mustard Oats Straights Buckwheat LIFAGO Field pea LIVIOLETTA Mustard LITEMBER Oil radish RESET Phacelia BEEHAPPY Turnip CIVASTO MARCO Winter forage rape GORILLA Maize Movanna Energy Legume cereal mixtures Legu Oats Plus Vetch Rye Plus Winter peas Rye Plus WinterGreen Grass mixtures Gasindex 2401 Gasindex 2405 Contact Product links Product Overview

    Original URL path: https://www.dsv-uk.co.uk/service/events/Cereals-Event-2016-.html (2016-02-11)
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  • DSV United Kingdom Ltd. - Croptec
    failure changes buying patterns DSV three recommended list firsts Troy sets new benchmark Chilton Leads Group Twos Semi Dwarf the Agronomic Challenges Cereals Event 2013 Three New Varieties Videos Blog News DSV International Products Oilseed Rape Autumn Seed Compass Incentive Popular Troy Dariot Spring Seed Makro Spring OSR Ability Spring OSR Doktrin Spring OSR Mirakel Spring OSR Medicus Spring OSR Selection Tool OSR Wheat Marston Olympus Cover Crops TerraLife TerraLife It s all in the name TerraLife growing instructions TerraLife BetaMaxx DT TerraLife BetaSola TerraLife VitaMaxx DT TerraLife ForageRooter TerraLife MaizePro DT TerraLife N Fixx TerraLife Rigol DT TerraLife SolaRigol DT Deeptill the deep rooted radish DT TerraLife components Alsike clover Bristle oat Buckwheat Common vetch Crimson clover Deeptill radish Egyptian clover False flax Field pea Forage rye Hungarian vetch Italian ryegrass Linseed oilseed flax Lupin Niger Oat Oil radish Persian clover Phacelia Red clover Safflower Sainfoin Serradella Sorghum Squarrose clover Sunflower White mustard Winter vetch EFA Cover Crops Vetch Rye Mustard Oats Straights Buckwheat LIFAGO Field pea LIVIOLETTA Mustard LITEMBER Oil radish RESET Phacelia BEEHAPPY Turnip CIVASTO MARCO Winter forage rape GORILLA Maize Movanna Energy Legume cereal mixtures Legu Oats Plus Vetch Rye Plus Winter peas Rye Plus WinterGreen

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  • DSV United Kingdom Ltd. - Sitemap
    DT TerraLife ForageRooter TerraLife MaizePro DT TerraLife N Fixx TerraLife Rigol DT TerraLife SolaRigol DT Deeptill the deep rooted radish DT TerraLife components Alsike clover Bristle oat Buckwheat Common vetch Crimson clover Deeptill radish Egyptian clover False flax Field pea Forage rye Hungarian vetch Italian ryegrass Linseed oilseed flax Lupin Niger Oat Oil radish Persian clover Phacelia Red clover Safflower Sainfoin Serradella Sorghum Squarrose clover Sunflower White mustard Winter vetch EFA Cover Crops Vetch Rye Mustard Oats Straights Buckwheat LIFAGO Field pea LIVIOLETTA Mustard LITEMBER Oil radish RESET Phacelia BEEHAPPY Turnip CIVASTO MARCO Winter forage rape GORILLA Maize Movanna Energy Legume cereal mixtures Legu Oats Plus Vetch Rye Plus Winter peas Rye Plus WinterGreen Grass mixtures Gasindex 2401 Gasindex 2405 Contact Product links Product Overview Please Wait www dsv uk co uk Sitemap Sitemap Oilseed Rape Autumn Seed Compass Incentive Popular Troy Dariot Spring Seed Makro Ability Doktrin Mirakel Medicus Selection Tool OSR Wheat Marston Olympus Cover Crops TerraLife TerraLife It s all in the name TerraLife growing instructions TerraLife BetaMaxx DT TerraLife BetaSola TerraLife VitaMaxx DT formerly BioMax DT TerraLife ForageRooter TerraLife MaizePro DT TerraLife N Fixx TerraLife Rigol DT TerraLife SolaRigol DT Deeptill the deep rooted radish DT Terra Life components EFA Cover Crops Vetch Rye Mustard Oats Straights Buckwheat Field pea Mustard Oil radish Phacelia Turnip Winter forage rape Maize MOVANNA Company DSV United Kingdom Innovative Breeding How to breed a winning hybrid oilseed rape Research Benefits of Hybrid Breeding DSV Winter Wheat Breeding Programme About DSV Career Service Calculators Download Publications Events Flea Beetle Trap Entry Form Links Newsletter Archive Press Releases Makro new hybrid spring rape from DSV Winter Hardiness of Autumn Winter sown crops Why grow spring oilseed rape The importance of oil content Phillip Simons Hybrid Experiences Compass joins the Recommended List 2011

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  • DSV United Kingdom Ltd. - Contact
    recommended list firsts Troy sets new benchmark Chilton Leads Group Twos Semi Dwarf the Agronomic Challenges Cereals Event 2013 Three New Varieties Videos Blog News DSV International Products Oilseed Rape Autumn Seed Compass Incentive Popular Troy Dariot Spring Seed Makro Spring OSR Ability Spring OSR Doktrin Spring OSR Mirakel Spring OSR Medicus Spring OSR Selection Tool OSR Wheat Marston Olympus Cover Crops TerraLife TerraLife It s all in the name TerraLife growing instructions TerraLife BetaMaxx DT TerraLife BetaSola TerraLife VitaMaxx DT TerraLife ForageRooter TerraLife MaizePro DT TerraLife N Fixx TerraLife Rigol DT TerraLife SolaRigol DT Deeptill the deep rooted radish DT TerraLife components Alsike clover Bristle oat Buckwheat Common vetch Crimson clover Deeptill radish Egyptian clover False flax Field pea Forage rye Hungarian vetch Italian ryegrass Linseed oilseed flax Lupin Niger Oat Oil radish Persian clover Phacelia Red clover Safflower Sainfoin Serradella Sorghum Squarrose clover Sunflower White mustard Winter vetch EFA Cover Crops Vetch Rye Mustard Oats Straights Buckwheat LIFAGO Field pea LIVIOLETTA Mustard LITEMBER Oil radish RESET Phacelia BEEHAPPY Turnip CIVASTO MARCO Winter forage rape GORILLA Maize Movanna Energy Legume cereal mixtures Legu Oats Plus Vetch Rye Plus Winter peas Rye Plus WinterGreen Grass mixtures Gasindex 2401 Gasindex 2405

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  • DSV United Kingdom Ltd. - Imprint
    www dsv uk co uk info dsv uk co uk Registered in England Wales Registered Office Ellacotts LLP Beechfield House 38 West Bar Banbury Oxfordshire OX16 9RX VAT No GB 930 7707 24 Company Registration No 6511864 Copyright 2009 DSV United Kingdom Ltd Protected by copyright Reproduction or utilization of part or whole of contents only with the express consent of Deutsche Saatveredelung AG Disclaimer Content of the website The information and representations contained in the website www dsv saaten de are provided to the best of our knowledge and belief but without any guarantee that they are up to date complete and accurate Despite all the care taken we cannot guarantee that the properties described are always repeatable reproducible in agricultural practice They can therefore only represent decision making aids DSV does not accept any liability for direct indirect atypical chance or other consequential damage sustained or claims for damages caused by the use or non use of provided information or the use of erroneous or incomplete information in as far as there is no proven intentional or grossly negligent fault on the part of the author All offers are without engagement and non binding DSV expressly reserves the right to modify append or delete parts or the complete website without prior notice or to discontinue the publication temporarily or permanently References and links The information has been compiled to the best of our knowledge and belief However DSV cannot accept any liability or give any guarantee for functionality up to dateness and accuracy This also applies for the completeness or the quality of the links and in particular also for the information on the linked Internet pages of the third party providers including the lawfulness of the content The author has no influence on the present and future design or on the content of the linked sites That is why the author hereby expressly distances himself from all contents of all linked websites amended after creation of the link This declaration applies for all links and references made within the DSV website and for third party entries in guest books discussion forums and mailing lists set up by the author The provider of the site referred to not the party who merely refers to the respective publication via links is solely liable for any illegal erroneous or incomplete contents and in particular for any damage arising from the use or non use of such provided information Analysing service Our website uses Piwik which is a web analysing service Piwik uses Cookies i e text data sets saved on your computer allowing us to analyse the website use For this purpose the utilisation information including your shortened IP address generated by the Cookie will be assigned to our server and saved Your IP address will be made anonymous immediately by this process so that you as a user stay anonymous to us Your user information generated by the Cookie will not be passed to a third party You can

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  • DSV United Kingdom Ltd. - Suchergebnis
    rape Compass points way for winter rape Troy Semi Dwarf Compass the most profitable crop on the farm Light Leaf Spot is coming to a field near YOU Marathon In the running Compass top Agrivice Trials Crop failure changes buying patterns DSV three recommended list firsts Troy sets new benchmark Chilton Leads Group Twos Semi Dwarf the Agronomic Challenges Cereals Event 2013 Three New Varieties Videos Blog News DSV International Products Oilseed Rape Autumn Seed Compass Incentive Popular Troy Dariot Spring Seed Makro Spring OSR Ability Spring OSR Doktrin Spring OSR Mirakel Spring OSR Medicus Spring OSR Selection Tool OSR Wheat Marston Olympus Cover Crops TerraLife TerraLife It s all in the name TerraLife growing instructions TerraLife BetaMaxx DT TerraLife BetaSola TerraLife VitaMaxx DT TerraLife ForageRooter TerraLife MaizePro DT TerraLife N Fixx TerraLife Rigol DT TerraLife SolaRigol DT Deeptill the deep rooted radish DT TerraLife components Alsike clover Bristle oat Buckwheat Common vetch Crimson clover Deeptill radish Egyptian clover False flax Field pea Forage rye Hungarian vetch Italian ryegrass Linseed oilseed flax Lupin Niger Oat Oil radish Persian clover Phacelia Red clover Safflower Sainfoin Serradella Sorghum Squarrose clover Sunflower White mustard Winter vetch EFA Cover Crops Vetch Rye Mustard Oats

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  • DSV United Kingdom Ltd. - Contact
    three recommended list firsts Troy sets new benchmark Chilton Leads Group Twos Semi Dwarf the Agronomic Challenges Cereals Event 2013 Three New Varieties Videos Blog News DSV International Products Oilseed Rape Autumn Seed Compass Incentive Popular Troy Dariot Spring Seed Makro Spring OSR Ability Spring OSR Doktrin Spring OSR Mirakel Spring OSR Medicus Spring OSR Selection Tool OSR Wheat Marston Olympus Cover Crops TerraLife TerraLife It s all in the name TerraLife growing instructions TerraLife BetaMaxx DT TerraLife BetaSola TerraLife VitaMaxx DT TerraLife ForageRooter TerraLife MaizePro DT TerraLife N Fixx TerraLife Rigol DT TerraLife SolaRigol DT Deeptill the deep rooted radish DT TerraLife components Alsike clover Bristle oat Buckwheat Common vetch Crimson clover Deeptill radish Egyptian clover False flax Field pea Forage rye Hungarian vetch Italian ryegrass Linseed oilseed flax Lupin Niger Oat Oil radish Persian clover Phacelia Red clover Safflower Sainfoin Serradella Sorghum Squarrose clover Sunflower White mustard Winter vetch EFA Cover Crops Vetch Rye Mustard Oats Straights Buckwheat LIFAGO Field pea LIVIOLETTA Mustard LITEMBER Oil radish RESET Phacelia BEEHAPPY Turnip CIVASTO MARCO Winter forage rape GORILLA Maize Movanna Energy Legume cereal mixtures Legu Oats Plus Vetch Rye Plus Winter peas Rye Plus WinterGreen Grass mixtures Gasindex 2401 Gasindex

    Original URL path: https://www.dsv-uk.co.uk/service/consultant-contact.html (2016-02-11)
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  • DSV United Kingdom Ltd. - Verticillium wilt has been the focus of much breeding development in Germany
    focus of much breeding development in Germany Verticillium wilt has been the focus of much breeding development in Germany Verticillium wilt has been the focus of much breeding development in Germany in recent times following a steady rise in the disease s incidence over the last 20 years says Dr Alex Doering of seed breeders DSV Based in Lippstadt DSV is the driving force behind UK varieties such as Incentive 45 which topped both Northern and East West HGCA Recommended lists last year and Popular which is the highest yielding mainstream variety on the current list Tolerance to verticillium wilt is something we have had to put a lot of resources into simply because of its widespread build up in Europe over recent years Alex Doering explains Significant presence in many northern European countries with some respected research sources in Germany saying it s our single most important disease threat It s easy to understand why Depending on the severity of the disease the yield reduction in single plants can range from 20 80 When 50 of plants are affected you can expect 12 24 of your yield to be lost but this very dependent on weather conditions In hot dry conditions that exacerbate the disease yield losses can easily be 25 but on average I would say we lose 1 7 of our total crop each year due to verticillium wilt That means that over the last five years we ve probably lost 200 000 to 300 000 million tonnes of oilseed rape to the disease Infection with the pathogen Verticillium longisporum starts at the seedling stage and when crops are grown in short rotations there is greater risk that soil borne microsclerotia in the soil can infect young plants he explains Once plants are infected the disease spreads up through the xylem at stem extension before the first symptoms appear as the plant ripens This late visibility of the disease is one of the main reasons it is so difficult to manage by the time you see it it s too late but first signs are grey discolouration and striping on stems which then leads to premature ripening with plants dying back early and pods shriveling Minimising threat from the disease involves a move to wider crop rotations as the microspores can live in the soil for up to 10 years he says In areas where verticillium wilt is present we ve found a one year in three rotation resulted in over 40 of plants being infected whereas shifting to a one in six year rotation reduces this to just over 12 We ve also found good control of cabbage stem flea beetle and cabbage root fly is important as damage from these pests can make the development of the disease more widespread The European experience also underlines that no real chemical control exists so the emphasis is on varietal choice and good management and crop hygiene Varietal choice is the most effective way to prevent and control

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