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BY 6204TF

BrettYoung's Premier TruFlex Variety with DefendR Blackleg Protection
  • TruFlex hybrid equipped with the latest in herbicide trait technology
  • DefendR rated Blackleg resistance plus Clubroot protection
  • A true mid-maturity product suitable for all production zones

Characteristics

BY 6204TF

Yield Rating

102%

Blackleg

R - CE1

Major Gene ID

Rlm 3+4

Clubroot Rating

R (1st generation* resistance)

Harvestability

Excellent

Maturity

+0.1 days
Performance in Trials

Disease Management Rating: R=Resistant, IT=Improved Tolerance
Yield and maturity ratings based on relative to check performance in Co-op registration 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).

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Recent BY PLUS notes

Welcome Justine Cornelsen

Posted: Jan 17, 2022

It’s a new year, and we’re very excited to welcome a new member to our team here at BrettYoung.

Justine Cornelsen has come on board as our Agronomic and Regulatory Services Manager. You may already recognize Justine’s name from her time with the Canola Council of Canada where she worked for nearly eight years as an Agronomy Specialist.  Justine has also had a presence in some of our previous editions of BY PLUS notes as a canola management expert.

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Posted: Jan 17, 2022

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Farming is a Team Effort, and so is Mental Health

Posted: Jan 12, 2022

With Lesley Kelly

Mental health is an under-discussed topic in the agriculture industry. Farm related stress, isolation and anxiety can run high, especially during the pandemic, and many growers may not be giving themselves the attention and self-care they need.

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