Tackle emerged black-grass populations when they’re most susceptible
When it comes to black-grass, every percent of control counts. AHDB studies have shown that a decrease of just 5% in black-grass control can reduce yields by 0.5 t/ha, so taking every opportunity to reduce populations is critical to improve your final yield. It’s important to tackle black-grass when it’s most susceptible shortly after emergence.
Hamlet – the most effective post-emergence herbicide for black-grass in the autumn – will help you finish your programme with the best possible levels of control and also reduce the amount of seed returned to your fields’ next harvest.
Visit our Hamlet page to find out more about Hamlet including why, when and how to use it and also hear from growers who have experienced using the product on their farms.