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Precision sowing, by placing the seeds at equal distances apart has improved yields with lupins in the northern agricultural region.
This trial investigated better matching canola varieties in the northern agricultural region to sowing time to see if yields could be increased.
Heavy infestation of aphids caused significant yield loss to canola in a high rainfall environment
Use the canola seeding rate calculator for the easiest way to calculate the seeding rate.
This page lists some of the canola research trials of the Tactical break crop agronomy project.
The Tactical Break Crop Agronomy project has many canola agronomy trials each year.
The tactical break crop agronomy project is jointly funded by Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development and the Grains Research and Development Corporation.
Canola grown in wide rows (44-60cm) in the northern region yielded well enough compared to narrow rows (22-30cm) to consider this sowing option.
In a 2014 trial, Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD) concluded that it was not worth re-seeding canola.
The Tactical break crop agronomy project has many canola agronomy trials each year.