Autumn nutrition is important to get the oilseed crop off to the best possible start. Getting oilseed rape established and away rapidly is the best way to try to counteract the various pests that are rife at that time of year. This also ensures the overwintering crop will be more efficient and require less nutrients in the spring.
The key components of yield in oilseed rape are number of plants per unit area, number of pods per plant, number of seeds per pod and the individual seed weight. High yields come from good crop management including a balanced plant nutrition programme.
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