An excellent rotation head for agricultural systems, rapeseed cultivation can break the development of certain weeds that commonly appear with other crops. Established at the end of summer, a field of rapeseed allows nitrogen to be absorbed in autumn and thus limit the losses of this fertilizing element by leaching during winter.
Rapeseed is cultivated in France and more widely internationally, to be used for various purposes:
Also known as brassica napus, rapeseed is a production with many uses, particularly on the European continent.
There are solutions and practices that adapt to soils and production systems to ensure the yield of each plot. Discover the appropriate advice that should be applied to promote rapid root development, regardless of the specific conditions relating to the plots:
For optimal rapeseed production
The solutions proposed promote the development of microorganisms, in particular by inoculating strains in the soil which increases the quantity of natural nutrients for the plant: trace elements, organic nitrogen and macro-elements. These elements stimulate biological activity, rebalance the pH of the soil, and thereby develop the growth of rapeseed cultivation.
By using these solutions, the yield of the crop increases both quantitatively and qualitatively, in particular via the oil content of the seeds.