Canola best practice management guide for south-eastern Australia

Canola Best Management Practice Guide GRDC

Canola is the major broadleaf rotation crop in the grain producing regions of Australia. Since its introduction to Australia in the late 1960s, canola has grown into the major oilseeds industry, providing national economic benefits in employment, processing, manufacturing and exports.

This guide has been written by a team of experienced research and extension agronomists and industry specialists. It highlights best practice management for canola in southeastern Australia (New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia). There are 16 chapters in total covering issues from selecting the right paddock, through to harvesting,
marketing and oil quality. It is written for anyone involved in the canola industry; growers, agronomists, consultants,
students, and others involved in the canola ‘value chain’.

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