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Optimising canola profitability through new understandings.. Leader of the South Australian component, Port Lincoln-based Andrew Ware of the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI), says despite the success of canola in Australian cropping systems, significant gaps remain in the underlying knowledge of canola physiology and agronomy... "Although growers recognise the high profit potential and the farming system benefits of canola, there remains a perceived risk of growing canola largely due to the high level of inputs required, such as seed, nitrogen fertiliser, sulphur fertiliser and windrowing," Mr Ware said...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Optimising canola profitability through new understandings.. Leader of the South Australian component, Port Lincoln-based Andrew Ware of the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI), says despite the success of canola in Australian cropping systems, significant gaps remain in the underlying knowledge of canola physiology and agronomy... "Although growers recognise the high profit potential and the farming system benefits of canola, there remains a perceived risk of growing canola largely due to the high level of inputs required, such as seed, nitrogen fertiliser, sulphur fertiliser and windrowing," Mr Ware said...
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New canola packages delivered to growers.. Research is delivering agronomic packages to Western Australian growers so they can optimise the performance of canola - a valuable break crop... In 2015, experiments were expanded to include: agronomic considerations of growing F2 hybrids in low-rainfall areas the impact of wider (50-centimetre) row spacing precision seeding aphid management tolerance of canola varieties to residual cereal herbicides and in-crop herbicides very late nitrogen timing in high-rainfall areas aluminium tolerance of canola varieties time of sowing in the Geraldton Port Zone suitability of varieties to direct and delayed harvesting canola phenology..
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New canola packages delivered to growers.. Research is delivering agronomic packages to Western Australian growers so they can optimise the performance of canola - a valuable break crop... In 2015, experiments were expanded to include: agronomic considerations of growing F2 hybrids in low-rainfall areas the impact of wider (50-centimetre) row spacing precision seeding aphid management tolerance of canola varieties to residual cereal herbicides and in-crop herbicides very late nitrogen timing in high-rainfall areas aluminium tolerance of canola varieties time of sowing in the Geraldton Port Zone suitability of varieties to direct and delayed harvesting canola phenology..
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The workshop on March 21 will offer the latest information and technical insights to enhance participants' understanding of canola agronomy, variety selection and crop management... They will discuss the benefits of growing winter canola in Tasmania, optimising canola profitability and water use efficiency, nutrient input decisions in the high rainfall zone, as well as canola disease and agronomy... More information about the workshop, including registration details, can be found at www.agcommunicators.com.au ...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
The workshop on March 21 will offer the latest information and technical insights to enhance participants' understanding of canola agronomy, variety selection and crop management... They will discuss the benefits of growing winter canola in Tasmania, optimising canola profitability and water use efficiency, nutrient input decisions in the high rainfall zone, as well as canola disease and agronomy... More information about the workshop, including registration details, can be found at www.agcommunicators.com.au ...
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