Dual Purpose Canola in the South East

Growing canola is a popular choice for growers in the high rainfall zone in the South East of South Australia. Growers in this region have been considering the use of longer season winter canola varieties as a grain and graze option. The use of canola as a...

Southern irrigated cereal and canola varieties achieving target yields

Irrigated wheat and canola experiments were conducted at Bool Lagoon between 2014 and 2016 as part of the ‘Southern irrigated cereal and canola varieties achieving target yields’ project. The objective was to improve cereal and canola production through identification...

Canola Growers Urged to Check Revised Blackleg Ratings

Canola Growers Urged to Check Revised Blackleg Ratings The ratings, contained in the GRDC Blackleg Management Guide, have been revised following the confirmation of reduced resistance in some Group A canola cultivars. To check them out click here

Black leg disease in southern canola crops

Black leg disease kicks in early in southern canola crops A combination of factors has led to severe early infection of blackleg disease in this year’s canola crops in southern Australia (South Australia, Victoria and southern New South Wales). Oilseeds disease...

Canola, Insecticides & Bees

Canola, Insecticides & Bees PIRSA Fact sheet to provide a better understanding of bee behaviour and opportunities to minimise the impacts to the honeybee industry by canola growers. PIRSA Fact sheet
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