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 Post subject: kerb flo
PostPosted: Wed Nov 05, 2014 4:50 pm 
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Just wondering on water rates for the above plus fungicide and a splash of toppel for good measure
Agronomist is saying 200l and low drift nozzles But he is old school
just wondering what the esteemed panel uses
oh and Pilly :D

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100 lt/ha, 03 Guardian Air, get it on.

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NQIT wrote:
100 lt/ha, 03 Guardian Air, get it on.


I nearly agree with NQIT. But for me it's 100L/Ha with 025's. Get it on,

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Raggy wrote:
NQIT wrote:
100 lt/ha, 03 Guardian Air, get it on.


I nearly agree with NQIT. But for me it's 100L/Ha with 025's. Get it on,


025's run too high pressure at 17 km/h :o

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Raggy wrote:
NQIT wrote:
100 lt/ha, 03 Guardian Air, get it on.


I nearly agree with NQIT. But for me it's 100L/Ha with 025's. Get it on,


025's run too high pressure at 17 km/h :o

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 06, 2014 2:31 pm 
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last year I would of been blue nozzles at 110 lts / ha and 3 bar

but this year ive been doing my pre ems with brown nozzles at 190 lts at around 2.5 bar , I will probably put my kerb on at this rate as well


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Ive just finished rain on its way
I ended up at 150 l with reds at 3-4 bar wouldnt want any less on
but I reckon Raggy has to get on to fit between holidays . Although there was a fair bit of that funny grass stuff about last June :wink:

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jonnieboy wrote:
Ive just finished rain on its way
I ended up at 150 l with reds at 3-4 bar wouldnt want any less on
but I reckon Raggy has to get on to fit between holidays . Although there was a fair bit of that funny grass stuff about last June :wink:


You were looking at the neighbours crops. Not mine. :wink:

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Having nosed over the fields at the end of last week. I'm pretty pleased with how my Kerb has worked.

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yup and the same here


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