Phosphorus Nutrition of Canola|
Phosphorus (P) fertilization is an important input for producing canola, the main oilseed crop grown in rotation on the Northern Great Plains of the U.S. and Canada. This PowerPoint presentation reviews the role of P in building canola yields, P uptake, soil testing, and fertilizer management approaches. Detailed background information and references are also included in the “speaker notes” section of each slide. The presentation is part of a series on nutrition of important crops and forages.
Crop Nutrition PowerPoint Series
The Crop Nutrition Series of PowerPoint presentations is availble on CD from the IPNI Store online.
The Crop Nutrition Series of PowerPoint presentations features nutrient and management information for major crops. Each presentation is prepared by IPNI North American Program scientific staff. Each topic includes approximately 40 slides each, with extensive speaker notes.
Current topics in the Crop Nutrition series:
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