Optimizing Canola Production: Fertilization, Crop Protection and Genetic Yield Potential

Examine the individual and combined impact of three types of crop inputs: fertilization, crop protection and genetic potential for yield for canola (oil rapeseedl).

IPNI-2002-CAN-MB17

Craig Linde, Byron Irvine, Rob Park. Read more


Year of initiation:2002
Year of completion:2003
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Interpretive Summary

2003

Optimizing Canola Production: Fertilization, Crop Protection, and Genetic Yield Potential, 2003. Canola production has become increasingly reliant on purchased inputs. New technologies, whether they are improved genetics, crop protection, or fertilizers, all claim to provide the farmer with incremental yield benefits that will help increase profits.

2002

Optimizing Canola Production: Fertilization, Crop Protection and Genetic Yield Potential, 2002 Canola production has become increasingly reliant on purchased inputs. New technologies, whether they are improved genetics, crop protection, or fertilizers, all claim to provide the producer with incremental yield benefits that will help make profits for farmers.


Updates & Reports

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Investigators

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Methodology

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Project Description

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Objectives

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Justification


Project Leader

Don Flaten, University of Manitoba


Project Cooperators

Craig Linde
Byron Irvine
Rob Park


IPNI Staff

Adrian Johnston


Location

Americas \ Northern America \ CAN \ Manitoba


Topics

4r rate, crop quality, cropping practices, nutrient management

rapeseed (canola)

Nitrogen (N), Phosphorus (P), Potassium (K), Sulfur (S)