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|System||Variety||Type||USA Variety Trials Average1||Blackleg||Oil Content||Harvestability||Relative Days to Maturity3|
|6070 RR||Hybrid||109%||R||Very Good||Excellent||91.0|
|6044 RR||Hybrid||106%||R||Very Good||Excellent||90.3|
|5535 CL||Hybrid||127%5||R||Good||Very Good||88.0|
Our portfolio of canola varieties are treated with:
|Oil Content Rating|
|Excellent||=||>2.5 % above variety checks|
|Very Good||=||1 – 2.5% above variety checks|
|Good||=||0 – 1% above variety checks|
|Fair||=||< variety checks|
Harvestability in canola goes hand-in-hand with a hybrid’s ability to resist lodging. The first step to an easy harvest is putting down a good swath; lodging resistance is the key. The second step is ease of combining. We have selected products that have excellent standability and good harvesting characteristics to carry the Excellent Harvestability rating. The harvestability rating is based on plot trial data and field scale experience. Look for the Excellent Harvestability rating symbol on selected varieties.
1 North Dakota State University (NDSU), Minnesota Canola Council and Agro-tech small plot variety trials 2011-13.
2 Yield data from Canadian Coop 2 trials versus check. 2015 will be the first year of testing in NDSU trials
3 Based on NDSU and private trial data from 2010 to 2013 converted to 90 DTM base.
4 Estimated Days to Maturity based on Canadian data relative to USA ratings.
5 Yield rating is average of all zones based on checks 46A65 and Q2 from Canadian Registration Co-op trials.