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BY 6211TF

A New Level of Pod Shatter Resistance with DefendR Blackleg Protection

• BrettYoung’s premier variety with Pod DefendR® – a shatter reduction trait
• TruFlex™ canola hybrid equipped with the latest in herbicide trait technology
• DefendR-rated Blackleg resistance
• Medium-long maturity suitable for mid- and longseason zones

Characteristics

BY 6211TF

Yield Rating

101%

Blackleg

R-CG

Major Gene ID

Rlm3 RlmS

Harvestability

Excellent

Maturity

+0.9 days

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

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Recent BY PLUS notes

Harvest Timing

Posted: Aug 16, 2022

If you don’t already have crops being harvested, you’re likely keeping a close eye on your fields to decide when to start. Just like any other crop, timing of when you start harvesting your canola can have big impacts on yield and quality, here are a few things to keep in mind as you watch your crops progress this fall.

The first decision to make is whether you will be harvesting or swathing a crop. This is largely influenced by hybrid– if you have seeded canola with pod shatter protection, such as a Pod DefendR hybrid, you may be able to leave these fields out to straight cut.

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Scouting For Blackleg in Canola

Posted: Aug 16, 2022

Disease surveying in the fall is one of those tasks many of us drag our feet on. Nothing can be done that late in the season to protect the crop from damage, so why survey? The value of surveying is to assess your current management practices and hybrid selections to help make better-informed decisions that will maximize yield potential in future years.

For a disease like blackleg, the canola crop may not show visible signs of damage. Only after disease surveying may the true level of blackleg damage be determined, along with the bushels lost to the disease.

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