Manganese toxicity strikes Canola

By Stephen Burns
June 14 2018 - 9:00pm
Dr Sergio Moroni in the glasshouse at the Graham Centre, Wagga Wagga with a sample Canola plant showing the effect of Manganese toxicity. “It indicates too much Mn, not a deficiency,” Dr Moroni said.

Manganese toxicity (Mn) in Canola has become a current issue due to the warm and dry conditions and late season rain which have been ideal for it’s prevalence in southern crops, although the potential for damage is not known. 

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