Optimised canola profitability understanding the relationship between physiolo
Canola is the most important oilseed and broadleaf rotation crop in Australia generating significant financial benefits and rotational gains through the control of cereal root and crown diseases and 'hard-to-control' weeds. To ensure that these significant rotational benefits continue to be captured, this project will undertake physiological and agronomic research across nine regions in the Northern and Southern GRDC Regions. The research is designed to increase canola profitability and reduce production risk with tactical agronomy advice underpinned by physiological insights.
The overall goal is to determine the physiological mechanisms that underpin the success of specific tactical agronomic management to increase the yield, oil content and profitability of canola production across the diverse canola growing regions in eastern and southern Australia.
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