Great Plains

The long-term goal of the Great Plains canola research program, administered by Kansas State University, is to facilitate the adoption of winter canola as a viable rotational crop in the region. Researchers have adopted high-priority winter canola production systems, including genetic improvement and more. Because of research and extension efforts through NCRP funding, winter canola is an emerging crop in the Great Plains (mainly Oklahoma, but also Kansas, Texas, Colorado, Missouri, Nebraska, Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada and California). As a result, the USCA established 800,000 acres as a goal for regional production by 2015.

2014 Development and Management of Canola for the Great Plains

2014 Great Plains Research Update: Oklahoma and Texas

2013 Great Plains Research Update: Oklahoma

2013 Great Plains Research Update: Kansas

2012 Great Plains Research Update

2012 Southern Plains Research Update

2011 Research Update

2010 Research Update

FY 2009 Report

FY 2008 Report

FY 2005 Report

FY 2003 Report

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