Tighter rotations as oilseed rape crops are tailored to a high-input, high-output model could be responsible for an increase in the number of volunteer plants appearing in subsequent crops. Cracking down on the causes of  volunteer plants will help maintain yields and keep disease levels in following rapeseed crops down. Sarah Cook, Adas research scientist, explains that although volunteer plants aren’t the biggest problem oilseed rape growers face at present, it will help to produce crops of consistent yield and quality. See also: […]