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Canola Portfolio

Industry-Leading Varieties

Realize your yield potential with BrettYoung canola. BrettYoung has industry-leading varieties in the TruFlexTM canola with Roundup Ready® Technology, Roundup Ready® and Clearfield® systems, sourcing the best technology and genetics to keep your business profitable.

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BrettYoung's pemium canola genetics also carry the DefendR trait platform as part of an active disease management strategy.

Canola Portfolio - Summary of Key Characteristics

iety

System

Yield
Rating​1

DefendR™
etic Traits

Disease Rating

Direct Harvest

Maturity1
BY 6207TF 104% Blackleg: R-C
Major Gene ID: Rlm 3
Clubroot: R (next-generation* resistance) including
resistance to newer pathotypes such as
2B, 3A, 3D and others
- +1.7 days
BY 6204TF 102% Blackleg: R - CE1
Major Gene ID: Rlm 3+4
Clubroot: R (1st generation* resistance)
- +0.1 days
6090 RR 104%
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Blackleg: R - CE1
Major Gene ID: Rlm 3+4
Clubroot: R (1st generation* resistance)
+1.5 days
6074 RR 101%
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Blackleg: R - C
Major Gene ID:
Rlm 3 
Sclerotinia: IT

- +1.7 days
6076 CR 96%
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Blackleg: R - CE1
Major Gene ID: Rlm 3+4
Clubroot: R (Next-generation**)
Sclerotinia: IT
- +1.9 days
BY 5125CL 106   Blackleg: R - C
Major Gene ID: Rlm 3
Clubroot: R (1st generation* resistance)
- +0.4 days

BY 5105CL

105% - Blackleg: R - C
Major Gene ID: Rlm 3
Clubroot: R (1st generation* resistance)
- +1.5 days

Disease Management Rating: R = Resistant, IT = Improved Tolerance
1 Yield and maturity ratings based on relative to check performance in available Co-op, CPT and private trials.
* 1st generation resistance means resistant to pathotypes 2F, 3H, 5I, 6M and 8N (these are equivalent to pathotypes 2, 3, 5, 6, 8 on the Williams' differential set).
** Next-generation resistance includes pathotypes covered by 1st generation resistance plus resistance to newer pathotypes such as 2B, 3A, 3D and other prevalent pathotypes.

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Recent BY PLUS notes

Spring Inoculant Handling Reminder

Posted: May 05, 2021

Spring can be a hectic time where plans change by the minute.  Make sure to take care of your inoculants by storing them where they are away from direct sunlight and freezing temperatures, and remember to keep inoculated seed out of direct sunlight by tarping your trucks or parking them out of the sun.

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Do You Know the Best Seeding Rate for Your Forage Stand?

Posted: Apr 23, 2021

Benefits to Seeding at a Proper Rate

Forage seed varies by size and weight, just like any other seed does as you move between different crop type and species. And like any other crop, there are benefits to making sure that you are planting the right amount of seeds per square foot in the spring. Choosing the right rate can mean less competition from weeds and better yield, or even less disease and better persistence.

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How Will a Drier Spring Impact Your Canola Seed Emergence?

Posted: Apr 23, 2021

Consider Seeding Depth, Soil Moisture and Soil Temperature 

Across the Canadian Prairies, soil moisture reserves are much lower than normal, thanks to a drier autumn and less snowfall than usual this past winter.

You may be tempted to seed deeper to find moisture, especially if you’re seeding into ground that’s extremely dry. But as agronomists like Justine Cornelsen will tell you, if you’re betting on this high risk/reward strategy to pay off with a bumper crop this season, the odds are stacked against you.

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