N management for Brassica crops

Nitrogen use efficiency of different brassica crops

IPNI-2010-AUS-10

Brassica juncea is a relatively new crop for southeastern Australia, but there is little known about the N management of this crop relative to cereals or canola. A glasshouse screen was undertaken of a larger germplasm set to assess differences in N uptake among this germplasm. Read more


Year of initiation:2010
Year of completion:2011
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Articles

04 Jul 2011

Juncea canola in the low rainfall zones of Victoria and South Australia.


Interpretive Summary

2010

Both the field and glasshouse components of this project have been completed, but as yet the harvest results have not been collated. In addition to yield and oil contents, grain N contents will be determined. The pot experiment showed a significant interaction between cultivar and the amount of applied N for N uptake, leaf N percentage, and plant dry matter.


Updates & Reports

2011

Project Description


Project Leader

Virender Sardana, Punjab Agricultural University


Project Cooperators

Philip Salisbury, University of Melbourne
Wayne Burton, Victorian Department of Primary Industries


IPNI Staff

R. M. Norton


Location

Oceania \ Australia and New Zealand \ AUS \ Victoria \ Wimmera


Topics

4r rate, nutrient removal

mustard, rapeseed (canola)

Nitrogen (N)