Publication Date

1-3-1992

DPIRD Collections

Grains and field crops

Series Number

6/92

Abstract

Variations in the protein content of wheat are largely associated with growing conditions, particularly rainfall and soil type, which influence nitrogen supply and crop yield. Management to improve protein generally also improves yield, so in future both must be considered when comparing profitabilities of management options, particularly if payment for protein increases.

Number of Pages

23

Keywords

Western Australia, Wheat

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