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Seed-Placed Phosphorus and Sulphur Fertilizer Blends for Improved Canola Seedling Emergence, Nutrient Uptake and Grain Yield.

John R. Heard, Laryssa Ann Grenkow, Donald N. Flaten, Cynthia A. Grant, Brian L. Beres, Denis Pageau, and Tarlok Singh Sahota. 2013. Seed-Placed Phosphorus and Sulphur Fertilizer Blends for Improved Canola Seedling Emergence, Nutrient Uptake and Grain Yield. Proceedings of the Joint Annual Meeting of the Canadian Society of Agronomy and the American Societies of Agronomy, Crop Science and Soil Science. 3-6 November. Tampa, FL.

Abstract

Canola is highly responsive to applications of phosphorus (P) and sulphur (S) fertilizer, yet the rate that can be applied with the seed is limited by crop safety. Different rates and sources of seed-placed phosphorus (P) and sulphur (S) were evaluated at six research sites across Canada. Applications were evaluated for seedling damage, nutrient uptake and yield.

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