11th IRC, Copenhagen, Denmark, July 6-10, 2003 -  Volume 3

Table of contents : 

AGRONOMICS

GM & Biofumigation

Herbicide-tolerant canola (Brassica napus) systems for the southeastern United Sates of America.
T. L. Grey, P. L Raymer, D. C. Bridges. USA.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AO1] 
Impact of GMOs within cropping systems: towards a more systemic approach. 
J. Champolivier, A. Messean. France.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AO2] 
Coexistence of rapeseed varieties in time and space: Using GENESYS model to adapt cropping systems.
F. Angevin, N. Colbach. J. M. Meynard. France.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AO3] 
Developing the biofumigant potential of Brassicas for controlling Rhizoctonia in potatoes. 
E. J. Booth, K. G. Sutherland, A. J. Hilton, K. C. Walker. Scotland.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AO4] 

Insects

Epidemiological studies of Leptosphaeria maculans on canola in Australian field conditions. 
M. R. Sosnowski, E. S. Scott, M. D. Ramsey. Australia.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AO5]
Epidemiology and global distribution.of A-group and B-group Leptosphaeria maculans on oilseed rape. 
Y. Huang, B. Fitt, X. Hu, A. Hall. UK.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AO6]
Cultural control : an alternative method for containing phoma stem canker (Leptosphaeria maculans) of oilseed rape. 
J. N. Aubertot, T. Dore, D. Le Floch, X. Pinochet. France.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AO7] 
Detecting airborne inoculum of fungal pathogens of oilseed rape using Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) assays.
H. A. McCartney, J. Freeman, C. Calderon, S. J. Foster, E. Ward. UK & Mexico.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AO8] 

Growing Systems - Crop Husbandry

Sustainability of crop rotations with oil seed rape
A. Pouzet, R. Reau, D. Wagner. France. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AO1.1] 
Slacking optimal agronomic practices in canola.
G. W. Clayton, K. N. Harker, J. T. O'Donovan, R. E. Blackshaw, T. K. Turklngton. and L. M. Dose/a//, Canada.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AO1.2] 
A 50 cm row space in oilseed rape can reduce the use of pesticides. 
C.Haldrup. Denmark. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AO1.3] 
Oilseed rape in minimum tillage systems. 
O. Christen, B. Hofmann and J.Bischoff. Germany. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AO1.4]
Energy balances of different crop rotations with rape. 
G. W. Rathke, W. Diepenbrock. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AO1.5]
Yield variability of organic Winter Oilseed Rape (WOSR) in France : diagnosis on a network of farmers' fields. 
M. Valantin-Morison, J. M. Meynard, G. Grandeau, C. Bonnemort, D. Chollet. France..[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AO1.6]
Contribution of the amino acid and sucrose transporters to assimilate partitioning in response to sink manipulations in oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.)
N. Noiraud, J. C. Avice, C. Noquet. P. Malagoli, P. Lainé, P. Beauclair, M. P. Henry, C. Le Dantec, L Rossato, A. Ourry. France. .[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.1] 
The role of glucosinolales of Brassica genus in the growing system.
H. Zukalova, J. Vasak, P. Stranc, D. Becka. Czech Republic..[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.2]
Research and popularization on high-effect and stereos planting system in super-thin winter rape farmland. 
L. Yang and C. Zhang. China..[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.3] 
Seed development and oil accumulation in canola, Brassica napus. 
J. A.Fortescue, D.W. Turner, Australia. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.4] 
The effect of agronomic and climatic factors on protein content in spring oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.).
G. Sidlauskas and C. Rife. Lithuania & USA.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.5] 
Rapeseed qualities of Thuringian harvests from 1992 to 2002. 
H. Hartung, J. Bargholz. G. Müller, L. Herold. G. Jahreis, W. Schumann, F. Schöne. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.6] 
The effect of seed generation on yield and quality of canola. 
P. C.Carmody, G. Walton. Australia. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.7]
Effect of sowing date on yield and insects infestation of some different rapeseed cultivars.
M. M. Keshta, A. A. Leilah. Egypt.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.8]
Improving establishment and early growth of spring turnip rape. 
H. Känkänen, K. Pahkala, E. Antinluoma. P. Peltonen-Sainio, Finland.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.9] 
Digital Canola Canopy Analysis: Effect of cultivar and seeding date.
K. N. Harker, G. W. Clayton, J. T. O'Donovan, R. E. Blackshaw, A. K. W. Tong, T. Lui. Canada.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.10]
Factors effecting seed production in hybrid oilseed rape (Brassica napus ssp oleifera). 
W. Greuel, T. Schuler, B. Baker. G. Scoles, B. Harvey. Canada.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.11] 
Physiological factors contributing to yield enhancement in winter apetalous oilseed rape (Brassica napus). 
E. J. Evans, J. M. Gemmill, C. P. Werner, E. Williams. UK. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.12]
Growth and yield, water status and use of spring and winter rapeseed in relation to time of sowing.
U. Anastasi, C. Santonoceto, M. Monti. Italy. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.13] 
Effects of planting date and density on the yield of a winter rapeseed cultivar in West Azarbaijan.
M. Homayounifar, H. Ranji. Iran. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.14] 
Production and breeding in Iran. 
M. R. Ahmadi. Iran. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.15]
20 years of the Rapeseed Production System (RPS) in Czech Republic -results of its crop management. 

P. Baranyk, A. Fabry. M. Volf, J.Skerik. Czech Republic. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.16]

D. Becka, J. Vasak, H. Zukalova,P. Kroutil. Czech Republic. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.17]

O . Christen, K. J. Hülsbergen. Germany. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.18]

A. Merrien, J. Charbonnaud, R. Reau. France. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.19]

C. Santofioceto, M. Bacchi, U. Anastasi. Italy.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.20]

C, Santonoceto, U. Anastasi. Italy.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.21]

K. Sieling. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.22]

C. Zhang. G. Li. H. Cao. China.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.23]

B. Weyessa, N. Alemayebu. Ethiopia.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.24]

An investigation into the effect of soil compaction on growth and development of canoia roots on a sandy soil.

D. W. Eksteen, C. Zaicou-Kunesch. Australia 

[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.25]

P. Boissard, J.-J. Schott, J.-P. Buis. France.

[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.26]

B. S. Sinsinwar and A. Kumar. India.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.27]

J. Tys, K. Jankowski. Poland [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.28]

J. Vasak, P. Stranc. D. Becka and H.Zukalova. Czech Republic.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.29]

D. W. Eksteen, P, Carmody, C. Zaicou-Kunesch. Australia.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.30]

Impact of trifluralin on Brassica juncea mustard and B. juncea canola under western Canadian conditions. 

V. L Ripley, D. Rode, G. Rakow. Canada.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.31]

Analysis of the effects of superficial and deep soil tillage on the vertical distribution of oilseed rape stubble : contribution to the Integrated Pest Management of phoma stem canker. 

O. Schneider, J. Roger-Estrade, J. N.Aubertot, T. Doré. France.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.32]

Management of Orobanche aegyptiaca using different chemicals and oils. 

O. P. Premi,A. Kumar. India.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.33]

Cultivar mixtures to improve yield stability in winter oilseed rape. 

D. Pellet, T. Hebeisen. Switzerland.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.34]

Evaluation of oil seed rape crop managements with minimum tillage. 

G. Sauzet, R. Reau, J. P. Paileau. France.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.35]

DIACOL: a tool to understand and explain the results of winter oilseed rape, and evaluate crop management. 

R. Reau, G. Sauzet, C. Sebillotte, L Quéré. France.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.36]

A study of relationship between farmers' background variables and their knowledge level about rapeseed-mustard production technology. 

R. S. Matik, P. S. Shehrawat, L. R. Singh. India.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.37]

Influence of date, rate of sowing and nitrogen fertilizers on winter rape productivity and winter hardiness in the south of Russia. 

N. I. Zaitsev.Russia.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.38]

Effects of sowing date on grain yield and oil content in five cultivars of rape seed in Kermanshah province of Iran. 

S. Farhad, M. A. All. Iran.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.39]

Study on the effects of row spacing and sowing density on the weeds biomass and yiefd of canola {Brassica napus L.)

S. Hatami, M. Homayounifar. Iran.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.40]

Seed persistence of genetically modified and conventionally bred oilseed rape in laboratory and burial experiments. 

S. Gruber, C. Pekrun, W. Claupein. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.41]

Lithuania-grown 00 rapeseed quality variation in relation to the cultural practices, climatic and genotypic peculiarities. 

B. Butkute. Lithuania.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.42]

Amount of pollen and nectar in Powers of hybrids of winter-rapeseed. 

W. von der Ohe, K. von der Ohe. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP1.43]

Growing Systems - Nutrition 

Yield response of winter oilseed rape hybrids to sowing date. sowing density, nitrogen supply and triazol input. 

A. Baer, M. Frauen. Germany..[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AO3.1]

Azodyn-rape : a simple model for decision support in rapeseed nitrogen fertilisation. 

M. H. Jeuffroy. M. Valantin-Morison, L. Saulas, L. Champolivier. France.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AO3.2]

Nitrogen storage and remobilization in Brassica napus L. during the growth cycle: nitrogen fluxes within the plant, changes in soluble protein patterns and influence of reproductive sink tissue removal. 

C- Noquel, L. Rossato, P. Malagoli, P. Laine, J. C. Avice, P. Beauclair, M. P. Henry, A. Ourry. France.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AO3.3]

Effect of rapeseed [Brassica napus) irrigation with treated wastewater on seed yiefd and quality. 

E. M. A. El Lateef. Egypt.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AO3.4]

Winter crop, tillage, and planting time effects on doublecrop cotton production. 

G. D. Buntin, P. L. Raymer, C. W. Bednarz, D. V. Phitlips, R. E. Balrd. USA.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AO3.6]

Residual and direct effect of manure blended fertilizer-P on mustard (Brassica juncea L.) in Inceptisols. 

P. K. Roul, S. K. Sarawgi.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP3.1]

Effect of slurry and mineral N fertilization on the yield components of oilseed rape. 

K. Sieling. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP3.2]

Growth, yield and quality of rapeseed as influenced by timing of sulphur fertilizer application. 

A. Ahmad, I. Khan, Y.P. Abrot, M. Iqbal.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP3.3)

The effect of nitrogen and sulphur soil application on winter oilseed rape yield, 

J. Tys, W. Budzynski. Poland.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP3.4]

The effect of nitrogen and boron nutrition on the productivity of rapeseed. 

J. Lazarevic, D. Glamoclija, R. Marinkovic, J. Crnobarac, A. Marjanovic-Jeromela. Yugoslavia.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP3.5]

Yield and chemical composition of rapeseed (Brassica napus L.) varieties in response to nitrogen fertilization. 

B. B. Mekki. Egypt.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP3.6]

Agronomic response of winter and spring rapeseed as influenced by rate and timing of nitrogen application. 

U. Anastasi, M. Monti, C. Santonoceto. Italy.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP3.7]

Limitation of sink demand induces quantitative and qualitative changes of N reserves during the field growth cycle of oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.). 

J. C. Avice, N. Noiraud, C. Noquet, P. Malagoli, P. Lainé, P. Beauclair, M. P. Henry, C. Le Dantec, L. Rossato, A. Ourry. France.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP3.8]

Nitrogen nutrition and rapeseed seed number. 

M. H. Jeuffroy, C. Colnenne, R. Reau. France.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP3.9]

Modelling N uptake in Brassica napus L. during a growth cycle based on the functioning of NO3-transport system. 

P. Malagoli, P. Lainé, E. Le, Deunff, L. Rossato, A. Ourry. France.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP3.10]

Characterisation of nitrate uptake transport systems in winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.) and studies of their regulation by different exogenous and endogenous factors. 

P. Malagoli, P. Lainé, E. Le Deunff , S. Faure-Rabasse, A. Ourry. France.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP3.11]

Effects of nitrogen and seed rates on biomass production, seed yield and yield components of hybrid and semi-dwarf winter oil-seed rape (Brassica napus L). 

S. Soeparjono, E. J. Evans and E. Williams. UK.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP3.12]

Investigations in effects on Nitrogen content of oilseed rape crops. 

T. Teebken, H. Kage and K. Sieling. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP3.13]

The influence of nitrogen fertilization and stand thickness on the creation and reduction of winter rapeseed generative organs (Brassica napus. L). 

K. Perla, B. Miroslav, V. Miksik, J. Vasak. Czech Republic.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP3.14]

Investigation of winter oilseed rape new breeding form response to spring nitrogen fertilization. 

M. Wojtowicz, F. Wieiebski, I. Barfkowiak-Broda. Poland. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP3.15]

Investigations about the reduction of nitrogen losses in succeeding crops of rapeseed. 

R. R. Schuiz, W. Schumann. Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP3.16]

Pattern of glucosinolate & fatty acid profile in single and double low raapeseed (B. napus) cultivars in relation to Nitrogen and Sulphur fertilization. 

A. Kumar, S. Kumar, R. P. Singh. India.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP3.17]

Abiotic Stress 

Osmopriming effects on germination of canola {Brassica napus) seeds under drought stress. 

R. Tavakkol-Afshari. Iran..[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AO5.1]

Influence of soil moisture on water relations and seed yield in oilseed Brassicae. 

D. Singh, S. Kumar, K. D. Sharma. India.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AO5.2]

Using a simulation model to evaluate the risk of canola production in the low rainfall regions of Western Australia. 

I. Farré, M. J. Robertson, S.Asseng. Australia.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AO5.3]

Germination and establishment of spring sown oilseed crops. 

K. Pahkala..Finland.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AO5.4]

Evaluation of six rapeseed oil varieties under saline and sandy soil of South Sinai governorate. 

M. M. Selim. Egypt.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP5.1]

Response of rapeseed (Brassica napus L.) to some fertilization treatments under different irrigation systems at new reclaimed sandy soil conditions. 

G.M. Yakout, M. H. Greish. Egypt.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP5.2]

Soil-site suitability criteria for rapeseed and mustard crops. 

B. K. Kandpal, A. Kumar, R. Kumar.India [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP5.3]

Prospects of rapeseed production in warm and cold dryland areas of Iran. 

A. Beg, S. S, Pourdad, H. Hatamzadeh. Iran.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP5.4]

Effect of nitrogen and quality of irrigation water on Indian mustard (Brassica juncea).

N.S.Bhogal. M. Kumar, A. Kumar. India.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP5.5]

Standardizing temperature for screening thermo tolerant genotypes in oilseed Brassica : Comparative meteorological and air temperature at different heights above ground. 

M.L. Chhabra, R. Sharma. India.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP5.7]

Brassica oilseed cultivars in cold dry lands of Iran. 

K. Alizadeh. Iran. [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP5.8]

Development of early maturing Ethiopian mustard for western Canada.

Kevin C. Falk. Canada.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP5.9]

Predicting the effects of early stress on three canola cultivar types in Western Australia. 

I. Farré, P. C Carmody. Australia.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP5.10]

Influence of the apetalous character on the distribution of pods and seeds in near-isogenic lines of winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus). 

J. M. Gemmill, E. J. Evans, P. Werner, E. Williams. UK.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP5.11]

Thermal time requirement of two Indian mustard (Brassica juncea) cultivars. 

M. Kumar. A. Kumar, C. Shekhar, C. Chattopadhyay. India.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP5.12]

Colonization of oilseed-rape roots by a plant growth-promoting Phyllobacterium sp. strain in competition with native bacteria in gnotobiotic conditions . 

M. Larcher. F. Gourbiere, P. Salar, X. Pinochet, J.C. Cleyet-Marel. France.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP5.13]

Solute accumulation and osmotic adjustment of Brassica oilseeds in response to soil water deficits. 

Q. Ma, D. Turner, D. Levy, W. Cowling. Israel.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP5.14]

Path-coefficient analysis of yield components of rapeseed (Brassica napus L.).

R. Marinkovic, A. Marjanovic - Jeromela, J. Crnobarac, J. Lazarevic. Yugoslavia.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP5.15]

Influence of seeding date, tillage and fertilizer rate on yield, quality and insect pests of canola in Northern Alberta, Canada. 

J. T. O'Donovan, J. Otani, G. W. Clayton, K. N. Harker. T. K. Turkington, L. M. Dosdalt. Canada.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP5.16]

Winter type rapeseed varieties performance under rainfed and irrigation in midwest cold areas of Iran. 

S. S. Pourdad, A. Beg, A. A. Mohammedi. Iran.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP5.17]

Cold tolerance in oilseed rape over varying acclimation duration. 

C. L. Rife, H. Zeinali. USA & Iran.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP5.18]

Evaluation of winter hardiness in Oilseed Rape in the United States. 

C. L.Rife. USA.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP5.19]

Effect of potassium fertilization on growth and yield of rape seeds grown under saline condition. 

Bader, N.M.A., El- Zeiny, H.A., Thalooth A.T, Tawfik, M.M. Egypt.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP5.20]

Study of resistance to cold and product yield in immature and medium mature rape (Brassica napus L.) in order to cultivate them in paddy fields of Gilan Province. 

F. V. Shaida. Iran [Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP5.21]

Soil salinity and phosphorus fertilization influences on yield, oil content and zinc uptake by oilseed rape. 

M. H. EI-Kholy, M.M.El-Zeky. Egypt.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP5.22]

Pests 

Management strategies for winter oilseed rape to enhance bio-control of rape pests.

I. H. Williams, W. Büchs, H. Hokkanen, Z. Klukowski, A. Luik. I. Menzler-Hokkanen, C. Nilsson, B. Ulber. Germany, Finland, Poland, Sweden .[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP7.1] 

Effects of a turnip rape (Brassica rapa) trap crop and insecticide treatment on infestation of winter oilseed rape (Brassica napus) by coleopteran stem-mining pests and their parasitoids. 

H. Barari, S. M. Cook, N. P. Watts, I. H. Williams. UK..[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP7.3] 

Push-Pull strategies to reduce insecticide input to oilseed rape (Brassica napus): Potential of low alkenyl glucosinolate oilseed rape varieties (push!), and turnip rape (Brassica rapa} trap crops (pull!). 

S. M. Cook, L E. Smart, H. B. Rasmussen. E. Bartlet, J. L. Martin, D. A. Murray. N. P. Watts, I.H. Williams. UK..[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP7.4]

Progress toward integrated management of cabbage seedpod weevil in western Canada. 

L. M. Dosdall, H. Carcamo, L. Kott, U. Kuhlmann, P. Mason, D. Moisey, O. Olfert. Canada..[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP7.5] 

Seed treatment effect on health and yield of winter oilseed rape.

J. Kazda, P. Baranyk. Czech Republic..[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP7.6] Development of seed treatments to control cabbage stem flea beetle and other pests. 

J. N. Oakley and D. B. Green. UK..[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP7.7] 

Resistance of crucifer species to insect pests.

J. Soroka, R. Gugel, R. EHiott, G. Rakow, J. P. Raney. Canada. .[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP7.8] 

Potentiality of intercropping system in the management of mustard aphid, Lipaphis erysimi (Kaltenbach).

C. P. Singh, M, Tiwari, R. C. Chhibber, G.C. Sachan and R. P. Singh. India..[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP7.9] 

The effect of tillage regime on the infestation of oilseed rape by the cabbage stem flea beetle, Psylliodes cbrysocephala. 

Bernd Ulber, C. Schierbaum-Schickler. Germany..[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP7.10] 

CRUISER® (THIAMETHOXAM) - A novel insecticide solution for seed delivered insect control in oilseed rape.

D. Hofer, T. Moran, M. Boden and S. Nowakowski..[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP7.11]

Oilseed rape volatiles: release characteristics and behavioural response in ichneumonid parasitoids of pollen beetles. 

M. Jönsson, A. Lindkvist, P. Anderson. Sweden..[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP7.12] 

Five year review of canola insecticide seed treatments for management of the crucifer flea beetle (Phyllotreta cruciferae Goeze) in North Dakota. 

Janet Knodel, C. Watrin. USA..[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP7.13] 

Spatio-temporal relationships between carabids and pests in winter oilseed rape.

Daniela Felsmann, Wolfgang Büchs, Germany.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP7.14]

Difficulties to control pollen beetle (Meligethes aeneus F.) in France revealed by unusual high level infestations in winter rape fields. 

Y. Ballanger, D. Detourne, R. Delorme, X. Pinochet. France.[Ref. : 11th Intern. Rapeseed Congress, Copenhagen, 2003, AP7.15]