Canola grown before a pulse crop: is biological nitrogen fixation affected

  • Disease Management
  • Sustainability
  • University of Saskatchewan

Lead Investigator(s)

Dr. Diane Knight

Lead Investigator(s) Institution

University of Saskatchewan - Dept. of Soil Sciences

Objective

To quantify biological nitrogen fixation (BNF) in pulse crops as affected by a preceding canola crop. To identify soil zones and/or specific soil properties where canola inhibits BNF in a following pulse crop. To evaluate the incidence of diseases common to canola and pulse crops and their potential contribution to inhibiting BNF.

Outcome

Project not complete.

Agronomy

SPG Contribution

$205,735.00

Project Status

Active

Duration/Timeline of Project (Year to Year)

2017 - 2020