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  • DSV United Kingdom Ltd. -  
    Suffolk Mixture BetaMaxx DT Sowing rate 30kg ha Sowing date Start of September One customer decided that he would like to try a cover crop this year and had a suitable gap in his rotation before sugar beet It was decided to use BetaMaxx DT mixture which has been specifically formulated to enable farmers to direct drill the sugar beet seeds after the cover crop The BetaMaxx DT was sown eventually after being cultivated and then drilled Initially it was planned to direct drill straight into the barley stubble with a Vaderstad drill but conditions were not right and it was dragging too much trash with it which wasn t ideal Therefore the decision was made to cultivate first to get a suitable seed bed Sowing was therefore slightly delayed and it wasn t planted until the first few days of September As we have stressed in previous blogs and leaflets cover crops should really be in the ground by the end of August to give them the best start before weather conditions change One issue the farmer experienced was due to the late wheat harvest there was no time for a post harvest herbicide programme and therefore the field does have a volunteer problem although this can be seen as a positive rather than a negative as it is adding more biomass Nitrogen was applied at 30kg ha to help the crop along partly due to of the lateness of planting We at DSV do recommended that if possible some nitrogen should be applied to the field but please get written recommendations from your FACT s advisor before application This crop will be in the ground until the New Year when sugar beet will be planted For more information about our mixture go to www dsv uk co uk cover crops terralife References Met Office 2015 Climate Summaries September 2015 Online Available http www metoffice gov uk climate uk summaries Accessed 13th October 2015 TerraLife Case Study 27 07 15 Mixture 1875kg of N Fixx We are approached by Jeremy the farm manager from EW Davies in Essex after seeing our newsletter in the CPM magazine last June As a business they have felt for a while now that cover crops are the way forward and have been growing Phacelia successfully on some of their fields for many years They were sold on the idea of growing multi species cover crops but were still unsure of the benefits the different species with in a mixture On the 1300ha farm on one of their fields which has been continuous Spring Barley for several year they are looking to grow a cover crop to reduces weathering over the winter and to mobilise the nutrients for the Spring Barley After looking at our mixtures he decided that N Fixx would be the best mixture for them as it won t have a detrimental effect to the following barley crop They conduct their own trial work looking at the differences in a mixtures

    Original URL path: https://www.dsv-uk.co.uk/blog/ (2016-02-11)
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  • DSV United Kingdom Ltd. - News
    shake up introduced at Holkham Estate near Wells next the Sea in Norfolk more TerraLife Grower South Pickenham Minimising crop damage and improving soil organic matter in intensively farmed beet and vegetable rotations are the main reasons behind a new approach to cover cropping at South Pickenham Estates near Swaffham in Norfolk more Grower Spotlight Ali Drummond Eye Suffolk With all his oilseed rape down to the new DSV variety Incentive this year Suffolk grower Ali Drummond says the variety s early vigour is a key element of his strategy for life with neonicotinoids I don t want to compromise on yield and oil content but the more agronomic properties a variety has built in the more relevant I think it will be in type of farming we will be doing in the future more Grower Spotlight Robert Cross Warrington Cheshire With DSV variety Compass always doing well on his heavy land and the need for a rapidly establishing variety to counter potential early disease and pest threats Incentive was the by far the best choice says Cheshire grower Robert Cross more Grower spotlight Stephen Cowper St Avon Warwicks Warwickshire grower Stephen Cowper s Incentive oilseed rape not only shot out of the ground after drilling its rapid subsequent growth has helped it shrug off all pest and disease attack Although concerned about managing the early weeks of growth following the loss of neonicotinoids the variety s early establishment has created the perfect crop going into winter he says more Grower Spotlight Nick Abraham Dereham Norfolk Incentive s noticeably quicker establishment than other oilseed rape varieties has helped it growth through all early pest attacks at Nick Abraham s High House Farm near Dereham in Norfolk We drilled another well known hybrid variety 10 days earlier that our Incentive and it had overtaken it within 3 weeks Nick explains more Stop the clock for oilseed rape drilling Oilseed rape growers should avoid drilling early this year to avoid serious pest and disease problems warns ADAS plant specialist Pete Berry Whilst the early harvest and loss of neonicotinoids is tempting many producers to start drilling in the next few days record numbers of flea beetles perfect conditions for virus transmission and the prospect of unmanageable canopies late could make this a disaster more Clear signals emerge for best future oilseed rape varieties With a harvest of mixed fortunes behind them East Anglian oilseed rape growers face 2015 with some important lessons learned believes Sarah Lockhart of Downham Market based DSV UK Ltd more Dont rely on Verticillium Wilt Resistance Claims Although only confirmed in the UK in 2007 this year has seen verticillium wilt spread rapidly across the country from its South East origins Varietal choice plays a large part in limiting the effects of the disease but some claims of resistance are misleading says DSV s Sarah Lockhart more Strong early growth protects against Verticillium Wilt yield loss Strong early establishment and root development is one of the main reasons

    Original URL path: https://www.dsv-uk.co.uk/news/ (2016-02-11)
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  • DSV United Kingdom Ltd. - Oilseed Rape
    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 Straights Buckwheat LIFAGO Field pea LIVIOLETTA Mustard LITEMBER Oil radish RESET Phacelia BEEHAPPY Turnip

    Original URL path: https://www.dsv-uk.co.uk/oilseed_rape/ (2016-02-11)
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  • DSV United Kingdom Ltd. - Autumn Seed
    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 Straights Buckwheat LIFAGO Field pea LIVIOLETTA Mustard LITEMBER Oil radish RESET Phacelia BEEHAPPY Turnip CIVASTO MARCO Winter

    Original URL path: https://www.dsv-uk.co.uk/oilseed_rape/AutumnSeed/ (2016-02-11)
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  • DSV United Kingdom Ltd. - Compass
    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 Oilseed Rape Autumn Seed Compass Autumn Seed Compass Incentive Popular Troy Spring Seed Selection Tool OSR Dariot PDF Product Sheet Compass Status A long term favourite on the North region and East and West Region Recommended Lists Compass was added to the AHDB Recommended List 2011 2012 East and West and North regions Compass shows all the attributes fast autumn vigour high oil and seed yield excellent straw characteristics and good disease resistance that are expected from a DSV hybrid Gross Output East and West Region Gross Ouput Yield Oil content Compass 100 98 45 8 DK Expower 98 98 44 6 Fashion 99 99 44 5 With a strong gross output in the Northern region 102 Compass remains a strong contender for the North This is made up of a combination of one of the highest seed yields 100 and the highest oil content 45 4 on the Recommended List for the North Compass also performs exceptionally well in the East and West region But it is the high on farm yields of Compass which set it apart from other varieties on the list Compass is one of the few varieties that gives excellent performance in

    Original URL path: https://www.dsv-uk.co.uk/oilseed_rape/AutumnSeed/compass.html (2016-02-11)
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  • DSV United Kingdom Ltd. - Incentive
    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 Oilseed Rape Autumn Seed Incentive Autumn Seed Compass Incentive Popular Troy Spring Seed Selection Tool OSR Dariot PDF Product Sheet Incentive Status AHDB Recommended List East and West and North Region 2015 16 Consistently high gross output Outstanding vigour in the first 45 days of growth Excellent resistance to lodging and stem stiffness Unbeatable yield stability in all UK areas and soil types Incentive 45 is a new hybrid variety from DSV UK with an excellent gross output 2015 16 AHDB Recommended List for the East and West and North Regions It is not only a true all round performer but its rapid early establishment also gives it several agronomic advantages Incentive was the first variety ever to top both East and West and North Recommended Lists Incentive 45 offers a robust package of grain yield stability oil content standing power disease resistance and ability to withstand pest attack Yield and Gross output Incentive 45 achieves a gross output of 107 and an oil content of 45 5 It has a remarkable grain yield consistency across a range of different growing conditions reinforcing its genetic stability Incentive 45 continues DSV s tradition of producing high oil content varieties that began in 2005 with Lioness Incentive has proven its self again this year with excellent yields in both Independant AHDB trials and on farm Incentive was a definite farm favourite again this year AHDB Recommended List 2016 17 East and West Region Gross Output Oil Content Incentive 107 45 5 PT211 101 45 3 Harper 102 45 0 Compass 100 45 8 DK Expower 98 44 6 Variety Consistency It is important to look at variety consistency when choosing a new variety Higher yield scores on just a couple of sites with high CVs i e unreliable data can easily make a variety look outstanding in a small data set Incentive 45 s gross output has been consistent throughout the National List and Recommended List trial sites in all three years of testing Vigour and Winter Hardiness Incentive 45 is the first oilseed rape variety bred specifically to make maximum use of the first 45 days of growth after drilling where it lays foundations for future yield This rapid growth reduces the chances of pest attack and disease which is particularly relevant due to the current neonicotinoid restriction Incentive 45 led the way in our Polish trials for winter hardiness Resistance to Lodging and Stem Stiffness Incentive 45 has a strong root network which allows it to establish quickly so the plant can obtain essential nutrients effectively to promote early top growth Plants with strong roots give it protection against subsequent lodging

    Original URL path: https://www.dsv-uk.co.uk/oilseed_rape/AutumnSeed/incentive.html (2016-02-11)
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  • DSV United Kingdom Ltd. - Popular
    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 Oilseed Rape Autumn Seed Popular Autumn Seed Compass Incentive Popular Troy Spring Seed Selection Tool OSR Dariot PDF Product Sheet Popular Status HGCA Recommended List 2015 16 East and West Region List topping scores Very high oil content Excellent disease resistance Outstanding stem stiffness Manageable height Early maturity HGCA Recommended List 15 16 Gross Output Seed Yield Oil Content Popular 107 4 105 6 46 3 SY Harnas 107 1 107 9 44 36 Picto 106 8 107 3 44 36 Campus 106 4 105 3 45 6 Popular is the highest gross output Double Low variety on the new Recommend List Over the last three years it has shown consistent yield performance Popular joined the HGCA Recommended List in December with the highest oil content and second highest gross output Popular is a fantastic all round agronomically strong variety Yield and Gross output Popular shows particularly strong early vigour in the autumn it has a very high gross output 106 and the highest oil content 46 providing extra profit potential Status HGCA East West Recommended List 2015 16 Resistance to Lodging and Stem Stiffness Popular has a relatively short stem with good stem characteristics and excellent resistance to lodging It is shorter and stiffer than many other varieties

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  • DSV United Kingdom Ltd. - Troy
    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 Oilseed Rape Autumn Seed Troy Autumn Seed Compass Incentive Popular Troy Spring Seed Selection Tool OSR Dariot PDF Product Sheet Troy Status HGCA Recommended List 2015 16 Troy joined the HGCA Recommended List in 2013 It is the first semi dwarf from DSV UK Troy represents a real jump forward in semi dwarf technology outperforming many of the conventional height hybrids Troy has the short and compact plant type which helps to ensure consistent high speed easy combining Farmers who are growing Troy this year have noted its aggressive growth habit this autumn Gross Output and Oil Content Troy is one of a very few varieties which are recommended for both the East and West and North Recommended Lists demonstrating the adaptability of the variety to a range of soil types and climate conditions Troy is the highest yielding semi dwarf ever to be added to the list with an excellent yield of 100 and an impressive oil content of 44 5 in the East and West Region Troy also performs extremely well in the North Region with a yield of 100 and oil content of 44 1 HGCA Recommended List Data Gross Output Seed Yield Oil Content East and West Region Recommended List 2015 16 99 100 44 5 North Region Recommended List 2015 1 100 100 44 1 Agronomic Data HGCA Recommended List 2015 16 Resistance to Lodging Stiffness of Stem Maturity Earliness of flowering Troy 8 9 5 6 Straw Characteristics Troy is

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