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IOSR 2017 articles

#iOSR: Flowering N top-up drive yields

#iOSR: Flowering N top-up drive yields Sponsored by Syngenta

This year’s relatively early and forward oilseed rape crops could be best placed to take advantage of late flowering nitrogen applications, says Syngenta’s James Southgate.

#iOSR: Precision farming focus for OSR: Precision placement

#iOSR: Precision farming focus for OSR: Precision placement Sponsored by Syngenta

Chris Eglington’s farm in Norfolk was under the spotlight at the Syngenta oilseed rape growers group’s latest meeting.

iOSR: Precision farming focus for OSR: Light exposure

iOSR: Precision farming focus for OSR: Light exposure Sponsored by Syngenta

With oilseed rape growers reporting crops, for the most part, having established strongly and come through winter well, thoughts have turned to how to make the most of the potential for the coming season, according to Syngenta technical Light exposure manager James Southgate.

#iOSR: Precision farming focus for OSR: Sulphur status

#iOSR: Precision farming focus for OSR: Sulphur status Sponsored by Syngenta

Oilseed rape growers should be applying sulphur at a rate of 50-75kg/hectare (SO3), with little or no cost benefit or yield advantage from using higher rates.