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Agronomy Centre

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Brevant™ seeds B3010M canola and Lumiderm™ seed treatment, the perfect pair

Brevant™ seeds works hard to provide Western Canadian farmers with the easy choice. As the retail seed brand from Corteva Agriscience™, we’re doing just that by offering you everything you need under one roof to make the most of every acre.

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Soybeans for St. Eustache Arena

Brevant seeds helps St. Eustache Minor Hockey Association repair St. Eustache Arena with a new tool — soybeans.

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From the Field to Your Frying Pan

Canola is big business and with even bigger health benefits, as Nexera™ canola is used to produce Omega-9 Canola Oil. Due to the unique fatty-acid profile and versatility of use, this canola oil has been proven to be a healthier oil solution.

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Looking at Double Cropping Soybeans?

What you need to know Consider all the implications before planting a late soybean crop after harvesting a cereal crop. It’s a gamble.

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Optimum Corn Planting Dates

What you need to know The best corn crops in Ontario and Quebec are usually planted in late April and the first half of May because the crop is able to utilize the full growing season.

Seed Guide

Learn about the Brevant™ seeds portfolio and leading Corteva Agriscience™, Crop Protection solutions available to ensure your seed is set up for success.

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Western Seed Guide

Take a look inside to learn about our industry-leading canola hybrids and soybean varieties. 

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Eastern Seed Guide

Take a look inside to learn about our industry-leading corn, soybean, winter wheat and alfalfa hybrids and varieties.

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