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Eastern Demonstration Strip Trial Results

(Quebec Clubroot site not included in overall summary due to extreme yield reductions in L120, L130 and L150 plots due to Clubroot infection)

  • InVigor hybrids performed well above the 5-year Ontario yield average*
  • L130 was the top yielding hybrid at 5 of 8 sites
  • The yield spread between L130 and L154 was 6.7 bu./ac.; all hybrids performed well
  • These results mirror Western Canada results in 2012




Central Ontario - 2 DST Sites

  • The yield spread between the top-yielding L130 and L154 was 2.7 bu./ac.
  • This site had excellent yields. All InVigor hybrids performed well above the 5-year Ontario yield average.*
  • Top choice: L120 has a slightly shorter plant structure and matures a few days earlier than other hybrids, but has great yield potential.
  • As well, L154 is a mid-maturing hybrid with exceptional yield

Northern Ontario - 3 DST Sites

  • The yield difference between L150 and L130 was 0.5 bu./ac.
  • L150 was the top yielder at 2 of 4 test sites.
  • Top choice: L150 is our highest yielding hybrid ever registered.
  • L130 demonstrates excellent lodging resistance and matures slightly earlier than L150
  • At the Matheson site L120, L130 and L150 had little or no pod shatter despite 3 weeks of wet weather prior to harvest

Eastern Ontario and Quebec - 3 DST Sites

  • For Eastern Ontario and areas of Quebec not affected by clubroot, L150 and L130 continue to have great yield potential
  • For the clubroot areas of Quebec, L135C is the hybrid of choice.

Quebec (Clubroot Region) - 1 DST Site

  • L120, L130 and L150 were affected by clubroot. L135, which is bred for clubroot resistance, remained healthy
  • Extreme clubroot damage was found in all hybrids — except for L135C. Yield of L135C is excellent.
  • Top choice: L135C is an early-maturing hybrid that delivers excellent clubroot resistance and great yield potential
* Source: Field Crop Reporting Series - Statistics Canada
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