You need to calculate Hasse Invariant and the discriminant of this form.
After that there's a theorem that gives conditions for which this form represents zero.
I can't recall the condition but I think Hasse Invariant, should be equal
(-1,-d(f)) where d(f) is the discriminant and (,) is Hilbert Symbol, after now after I checked my notebook, yes I am correct.
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