So over the yrs canola has been a target yield of 50. Too much moisture has been more yield reducing than being dry here. I have had 28bu due to excessive rain in the past and 58bu is my best average. Phosphate being the one obstacle capping me at 58. My 5710 is single shoot and to get past 30 actual Phos is unwise. This yr harvest is done and some NH3 down on my canola ground for 2021. Floating Phosphate is not ideal but with some trenchs with juice cultivator in the field I was debating floating on an additional 40 actual phos and sulfur fines and 15 of K then heavy harrowing it getting it in the ground somewhat. Got 130 lbs N on now and when soil tests come back I will be certain of what I need. Have heard of Avail being a good product for utilizing your phosphate to 75% from 25% from it getting tied up with calcium etc in the soil. Can anyone verify it isn't snake oil? Shooting for 70bu this yr if mother nature allows.