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Tips for Planting Large Canola Seed

Planting rates are affected by seed size so it is important to know the thousand seed weight (TSW) of the seed you have purchased so that you can estimate your final plant stand.

Agronomy

Verticillium Stripe of Canola

Verticillium stripe is a soil-borne disease of canola first found in Canada in 2014 in Manitoba. Learn about disease facts, symptoms, scouting tips and management of verticillium stripe in Canada.

Agronomy

Latest canola seed advancements give Western Canadian growers more protection against clubroot

In 2021, we released two new CR packages, CR4 and CR5. Both deliver new resistance genes in an effective clubroot stack, provide excellent yield, great agronomics and are a robust clubroot management tool that promote CR genetics stewardship.

Agronomy

Critical Period of Weed Control in Canola

Early season weed control helps protect crop yield potential, especially during the canola seedling stage when the crop is a poor competitor. Learn about the critical weed free period, pre-seed application, post emergent applications and more.

Agronomy

Sclerotinia Stem Rot of Canola

Sclerotinia stem rot is a soil borne pathogen, also known as white mould. It is a disease that affects western Canadian crops on a yearly basis including canola, sunflowers, peas, soybeans, dry beans, lentils and chickpeas.

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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.

Flowering canola crop

NEW! 2024 Western Seed Guide

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

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Soybean seedlings

2024 Eastern Seed Guide

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

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