An excellent combination of early maturity and high yield potential, InVigor L135C delivers performance, security and peace of mind for growers with clubroot concerns.
InVigor L135C yielded slightly better than Pioneer 45H29 and +3.0% better than Dekalb 74-47 in the 2013 Bayer CropScience DSTs. This clubroot-resistant hybrid also had superior ratings for green seed counts, lodging resistance, swathability and combining.
Stewardship of Clubroot Resistant Canola Genetics
As part of an integrated pest management strategy for clubroot disease in canola, InVigor L135C and InVigor L241C have been developed to be resistant to the predominant clubroot pathotypes identified in Canada at the time of their registrations.
As part of an integrated pest management strategy for clubroot disease in canola, InVigor L135C has been developed to be resistant to the predominant clubroot pathotypes identified in Canada at the time of their registration.
In the field environment, clubroot populations may contain or develop additional pathotypes such as 5X to which InVigor L241C and other clubroot resistant canola hybrids with similar resistance profiles could be susceptible.
New pathotypes may become dominant in the clubroot population if canola hybrids with similar resistance profiles are used repeatedly in the same field. To maximize the durability of genetic resistance in canola hybrids, appropriate integrated pest-management strategies should be followed.
CLUBROOT MANAGEMENT BEST PRACTICES
Suggestions for using clubroot-resistant varieties as per the Canola Council of Canada
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