Canola agronomy research in Western Australia
Published: 3 Dec 2018
The information presented is from canola research delivered through DPIRD and CSIRO projects.
Tactical break crop agronomy project, of the Department of Primary Industries and REgional Development (DPIRD), formerly department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia (DAFWA). The target outcome of the project is for growers to have the tools to choose and profitably manage the most appropriate break crop for their circumstances. (DAW00227)
CSIRO project Achieving stable and high canola yield across the rainfall zones of WA. This project performs physiological research to underpin canola agronomy across the low, medium and high-rainfall areas of WA to target industry needs in collaboration with the DPIRD break crop agronomy team. We are interesting in understanding how agronomic management impacts yield, profitability and specific adoption to low and high-rainfall environments across the different canola technologies available to growers. (CSP00169)
The GRDC has partnered with DPIRD and CSIRO to invest in the improvement of grain grower profitability.
Read about the project team members inside this bulletin.
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ISSN: 1833-7366 (print)
GRDC Project Code: DAW00227; CSP00169
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