Vegetable crops improve wheat yield

Adding brassicas in the form of canola to crop rotation programmes is not so uncommon however adding vegetable brassicas, including broccoli and cauliflower is an alternative being explored. This unconventional crop rotation programme of planting wheat after cauliflower, broccoli or onions has shown to produce 2t/ha to 3t/ha more than wheat produced under dryland conditions. This is however achieved through close monitoring and ensuring optimum conditions are created. To learn more about this programme click here. 

 

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