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  • The researchers imaged canola tap roots to see if they were stunted or dying from the urea fertilizer band as they grew into it. Arrow points to stunted root tip.
    Justin Archibald
    The researchers imaged canola tap roots to see if they were stunted or dying from the urea fertilizer band as they grew into it. Arrow points to stunted root tip.
  • This image with multiple canola roots illustrates the effect of urea rate. The damage increases from left to right, corresponding to an increase in the urea rate. The roots on the right are shorter and have more signs of damage.
    Justin Archibald
    This image with multiple canola roots illustrates the effect of urea rate. The damage increases from left to right, corresponding to an increase in the urea rate. The roots on the right are shorter and have more signs of damage.
  • Canola is a crop from which seeds are commonly harvested to create canola oil and meal. Canola is in the family of Brassica plants.
    Meghnath Pokharel
    Canola is a crop from which seeds are commonly harvested to create canola oil and meal. Canola is in the family of Brassica plants.
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