ARE YOU READY
FOR THE
REVYLUTION?
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Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017
Cereal farmers face an increasing number of complex challenges, and for those whose livelihoods depend on the land, there is a great deal of uncertainty. And only by listening to them carefully we can then understand what they need.
THAT'S Y WE NEED A REVYLUTION
Mike Hambly
Richard Budd
Robin Aird
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Created by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

The room for manoeuvre in agriculture and in controlling cereal diseases is decreasing…

Temperature

Since the start of 2010,

the rate of increase

in temperature has

accelerated from 0.2ºc

to 1.2ºc per decade.

- Met Office / AHDB 2018

Weather

We have seen 6 of the wettest years since
the turn of the century.

The trend is for warmer
and more extreme
weather events.

- Met Office 2018

Resistance

Resistance has resulted in 50% more applications of fungicides in winter wheat since 2000.

- GfK Kynetec Panel Data 2017

Fewer Fungicides

There are fewer new actives being approved and more revocations.

- EU Active Substance Renewal 11/07/2009
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