Reasons for usage of herbicides on dessert apple crops in the UK in 2016

This statistic displays the reasons why herbicides were applied to dessert apple* crops across the United Kingdom (UK) in 2016. In this year, most orchard owners applied herbicides as a form of general weed control. grass weeds were the largest species which were dealt with specifically, with four percent of herbicides applied to combat this specific type of weed.

Reasons for usage of herbicides on dessert apple crops* in the United Kingdom (UK) in 2016

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Release date

November 2017


United Kingdom

Survey time period


Number of respondents

283 respondents

Special properties

Orchard owners across the UK

Supplementary notes

* Excluding Cox apples.

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