In 2018, 32,700 hectares of oilseed rape was grown in Scotland, predominantly across the East of the country. Often treated and discussed in terms of a cereal crop, it is, in fact, a member of the brassica family. As such it provides a suitable 'break' in the cereal rotation to help reduce disease loading for future crops.
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