Canola nitrogen trial locations
The focus of the N series was to determine if timing of top-up N had an effect on the grain yield, oil and gross margin response of canola to N. In general we found that if some N was applied in the first eight weeks after sowing (WAS), top-up N could be applied at 12WAS in lower rainfall areas and up to 14-16WAS in higher rainfall areas and provide a similar N response to the same rate of N applied earlier.
|Trial type||Location||Year||Code||Report link|
|N timing||Buntine east||2014||14WH10||Report|
|N timing||Grass Patch||2013||13ED11|
|N timing||Holt Rock||2013||13GS21|
|N timing||Holt Rock||2014||14GS11|
|N timing||Salmon Gums||2013||13ED12|
|N timing||Salmon Gums||2014||14ED15||Report|
|N timing||Wongan Hills||2014||14WH11||Report|
|N splitting||Kojonup west||2013||13GS22|
|N splitting||Kojonup west||2014||14GS10||Report|
|N splitting||Kojonup west||2016||16KA25|
|N splitting||Wittenoom Hills||2013||13ED14|
|N splitting||Wongan Hills||2013||13WH14|
This work was produced through the Tactical Break Crop Agronomy project, which is jointly funded by Grains Research and Development Corporation and Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia.