Pesticide usage in Scotland 2016: soft fruit crops
A revised version of this report has been issued to correct inaccuracies in active substance application weight data that were overestimated in the original report. This issue only affects certain herbicide active substances in relation to quantity applied. Please do not use the original version of this report as this has now been replaced by the revised 2020 report: Pesticide usage in Scotland 2016: soft fruit crops – revised 2020.
This publication presents information from a survey of pesticide use on soft fruit crops grown in Scotland during 2016.
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Table 25: Blackcurrant fungicide and sulphur active substances - 2016
Area (ha), Quantity (kg) and percentage of crop treated
(1) Sulphur can be used on blackcurrants as an insecticide to control big bud mite. Sulphur can also be used as a fungicide or as a foliar fertiliser
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