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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 07-05-2019, 08:51 PM
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We’ve been using Twinline on our oats for at least 5 years, no trial results but no wrecks either. Use Prosaro on all wheat and barley.

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I couldn't stand 80 acres of oats how do you handle 4000?

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I've read quite a few unbiased oat fungicide trials and the conclusion from most are that fungicides on average do not pay in oats. It seems varieties with poor or no resistance to crown rust (i.e. ac morgan) often have positive responses to fungicides in yield, test weight, plumpness. Note that most of the trials either are studying crown rust control or occur in dryer climates. Fungicide applications were mostly positive in the "normal" oat growing areas such as Melfort.

If you've decided to apply a fungicide, there are a few options.
Propiconazole (tilt) is entry level, cheaper and does a good job

Acapela, Quilt, Topnotch, Twinline are medium priced and have always delivered a worthwhile return. The strobilurins do have some additional benefits such as improved straw strength.

The top level is Trivapro. (Prosaro or Caramba are pretty expensive for oats). 3 modes of action and 3 weeks of protection versus up to 2 weeks anything else.
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The bulk can be a bit intense. I think our best day was 110,000bu in one day and there was still a lot of combine waiting.

Grain bagging is pretty much the only way we can deal with the bulk without doubling our crew.
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We find the fungicide really helps keep it standing at the cost of perma green. Cured seed and a green flag!
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We find the fungicide really helps keep it standing at the cost of perma green. Cured seed and a green flag!
Although the fungicide does keep the plant healthy longer there is a big difference between varieties. Camden never would dry down but Summit seems to mature fine. Straight cut two years now without any desiccant and been doing two passes of Twinline on the oats, first pass early with a PGR. Works very well but I wouldn't recommend that harvest method to anyone but a Claas guy.

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Newish to the fungicide thing. Haven’t used any for a few years but have enough disease pressure in the cereals, and want to straight cut all the cereals. Last year neighbours who grow oats found their oats didn’t lodge where they used fungicide. Sprayed Triva pro. Hope this doesn’t keep them green too long. Lol. Probably could’ve got away with quilt but my spray guy recommended this. Crops look good around here so I want to do my best.
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