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Publication - Statistics Publication

Pesticide usage in Scotland: arable crops and potato stores 2016

Published: 31 Oct 2017
Part of:
Farming and rural
ISBN:
9781788512596

This publication presents information from a survey of pesticide use on arable crops and potato stores in Scotland during 2016.

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Pesticide usage in Scotland: arable crops and potato stores 2016
Table 8 Winter oilseed rape fungicide and sulphur formulations - 2016

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Table 8 Winter oilseed rape fungicide and sulphur formulations - 2016

Area (ha) and percentage of crop treated

Fungicides (1)

Winter oilseed rape

2014

(ha)

(%)

(ha)

Azoxystrobin

4,577

12

4,357

Azoxystrobin/cyproconazole

860

3

3,562

Azoxystrobin/isopyrazam

700

2

0

Bixafen/prothioconazole/tebuconazole

3,193

11

5,652

Boscalid

7,931

26

7,790

Boscalid/dimoxystrobin

1,251

4

0

Boscalid/metconazole

4,873

16

10,341

Copper oxychloride

514

1

0

Difenoconazole

209

1

0

Fenpropimorph

609

2

0

Fluopyram/propiconazole

1,448

5

0

Fluopyram/prothioconazole

6,756

22

4,995

Iprodione/thiophanate-methyl

1,062

4

1,253

Penthiopyrad/picoxystrobin

4,569

14

0

Picoxystrobin

5,380

18

7,155

Prochloraz

894

3

151

Prochloraz/tebuconazole

9,425

27

7,808

Prothioconazole

17,112

37

17,578

Prothioconazole/tebuconazole

18,510

38

38,699

Tebuconazole

8,645

22

11,012

Thiophanate-methyl

2,163

7

0

All fungicides

100,681

99

160,020

Sulphur

2,973

5

1,072

Area grown

30,142

36,419

(1) It should be noted that the fungicides metconazole and tebuconazole, both have plant growth regulating properties on oilseed rape and therefore can have a dual purpose on this crop


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