Nitrogen management in oilseed rape should target three key timings; autumn for optimal establishment and vigorous early growth; spring for optimum canopy structure and growth pre flowering, and finally during flowering to optimise green area duration maximising yields.
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Chafer Nufol is a source of foliar nitrogen that can be applied to wheat crops between growth stages 69 to 75 (end of flowering up to milky ripe) in order to increase the level of grain protein. Typically, protein levels can be increased by 1% through a well-timed application of Nufol.
Oilseed rape is a key crop for the UK and to address the challenges of growing it, Yara together with BASF and Monsanto have launched the '3 x 3 Driving OSR forward' initiative to demonstrate the most effective management and agronomy practices to meet these challenges
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