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Influence of nitrogen rate on sulphur requirements for optimum yield of canola
In Saskatchewan and other Prairie Provinces, most canola is grown in the Parkland zone where many soils are deficient or potentially deficient in S for high seed yields of canola. On soils marginally deficient in S, ...
Feasibility of boron fertilization on canola in the Saskatchewan parkland
Canola is the principal cash crop in the Parkland zone of western Canada. In the Saskatchewan Parkland, many producers are experiencing a reduction in canola yields on their farms. Failure of canola to develop flower buds ...
Restore canola yields by correcting sulphur deficiency in the growing season
Canola is the principal cash crop in the Parkland zone, where many soils are deficient or potentially deficient in S. Canola has high requirements for S. High yielding cultivars of canola and increased use of N and P ...
First year application effects of copper fertilizers on grain yield and quality of wheat
Copper (Cu) deficiency is often associated with coarse-textured soils. Wheat is probably the most sensitive cereal to Cu deficiency, though some cultivars of wheat are less affected by the Cu deficiency than others. The ...
Agronomic and greenhouse gas assessment of land applied anaerobically digested swine manure
Management of animal wastes from intensive livestock operations (ILO) must be economically feasible, environmentally friendly and socially acceptable. Anaerobic digestion is a promising technology that could provide an ...