The Peace River region of Alberta offers most challenging conditions for canola stand establishment in Western Canada. Only 20 to 40% of B. rapa (polish canola) and 25 to 30% of B. napus (Argentine canola) seeds can be expected to produce plants in the Peace region compared to 40 to 60% in most areas of western Canada (Canola Growers Manual). Low organic matter soils of the Peace region are prone to crusting and short growing season forces producers to seed canola in cold soils. Therefore, this area offers ideal conditions for assessing the effects of differences in seed quality on the establishment and yield of canola under field conditions.
/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/mara-logo-1.png 0 0 Carter Lovelace /wp-content/uploads/2020/08/mara-logo-1.png Carter Lovelace2005-12-11 10:26:482022-12-11 10:27:29Agronomic value of canola seed quality in northern Peace region