InVigor Hybrids

Because your needs are unique to your farm, we’ve developed an easy way to find the InVigor® canola hybrid that’s right for you.


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InVigor L255PC
  • Unique Pod Shatter Reduction technology
  • Ability to Straight Cut
  • Excellent yield potential
  • Excellent standability
  • Suitable for mid to long growing zones in Canada
  • Clubroot resistance
  • Blackleg resistance
  • Also available in Eastern Canada
InVigor L230
  • Early Maturing Suitable for All Growing Zones
  • Mid height
  • Strong Standability
  • Blackleg Resistant
InVigor L233P
  • Unique Pod Shatter Reduction Technology
  • Ability to Straight Cut
  • Excellent Yield Performer
  • Early Maturing Suitable for All Growing Zones
  • Blackleg Resistant
  • Also available in Eastern Canada
InVigor L135C
  • Clubroot Resistance Trait
  • All Growing Zones with Confirmed Clubroot Presence
  • Blackleg Resistant
InVigor L140P
  • Unique Pod Shatter Reduction Technology
  • Ability to Straight Cut
  • All Growing Zones
  • Blackleg Resistant
InVigor L241C
  • Clubroot Resistance
  • All Growing Zones with Confirmed Clubroot Presence
  • Blackleg Resistant
  • Also available in Eastern Canada
InVigor L157H
  • Security of Contract
  • High Yield Potential
  • All Growing Zones
  • Blackleg Resistant
InVigor L252
  • Top Yield Potential InVigor
  • Excellent Standabililty
  • All Growing Zones
  • Blackleg Resistant
  • Also available in Eastern Canada
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A Fit For Every Farm Lodging Resistance

 

InVigor L230 InVigor L233P InVigor L135C InVigor L140P InVigor L241C InVigor L157H InVigor L252 InVigor L255PC InVigor L157H InVigor L135C InVigor L140P InVigor L233P InVigor L252 InVigor L241C InVigor L230 InVigor L255PC

InVigor Evolution Hybrids



InVigor Evolution hybrids represent the latest advancements in InVigor hybrid canola innovation and solutions. Each of these new hybrids gives you the latest in genetic development for your canola that you can trust to deliver consistent yields and increase performance. These hybrids are worthy of the name InVigor.


The Evolution hybrids include:

  • InVigor L255PC, the newest Pod Shatter Reduction and clubroot resistance – all in one hybrid
  • InVigor L241C, a clubroot-resistant hybrid with the highest yield return in the 2015 DST clubroot protocols
  • InVigor L233P, a Pod Shatter Reduction hybrid with excellent yield performance and early maturity
  • InVigor L252, offering high yield performance, strong blackleg resistance and mid-season maturity
  • InVigor L140P, with its patented Pod Shatter reduction technology provides the ability to straight cut
  • InVigor L230, a new early-maturing hybrid with outstanding yield potential

See what the latest Evolution hybrids can offer you.


InVigor Pod Shatter Reduction

InVigor L255PC - Evolution - NEW

Yield potential 109% of the checks (InVigor 5440, Pioneer 45H29), 2016 WCC/RRC Trials.
Maturity one and a half days later than the average of checks.
Height Medium
Lodging Resistance Very strong
Blackleg Rating Blackleg Resistant
Growing Zones mid to long growing seasons in Canada
Herbicide System Liberty Link
Agronomic Trait Pod Shatter Reduction
Agronomic Trait Clubroot Resistant
 Available With JumpStart
Available With DuPont Lumiderm

The latest Evolution hybrid featuring Bayer’s patented Pod Shatter Reduction technology, NEW InVigor L255PC, yields at an amazing 109% of the checks (InVigor 5440 and Pioneer® 45H29 in the 2016 WCC/RRC trials) and comes with built-in resistance to clubroot*. Additionally, this hybrid offers outstanding yield protection, very strong standability and exceptional harvest flexibility for all mid- to long- canola growing zones in Western Canada.

* predominant clubroot pathotypes identified in Canada at the time of registration.

Also available in Eastern Canada.


Key Benefits:

  • Provides greater harvest flexibility for growers with the ability to delay swathing or straight cut canola with enhanced yield protection
  • This hybrid also exhibits limited pod drop – a highly desirable, inherent part of this new hybrid
  • The first dual-trait hybrid from InVigor

 

Get the facts on what patented Pod Shatter Reduction technology can do for your operation.

InVigor L233P - Evolution

Yield Potential Of the new checks (InVigor 5440 and Pioneer 45H29 in the 2014/2015 WCC/RRC Trials.
Maturity Over 3 Days Earlier Than the average of checks.
Height Medium
Lodging Resistance Strong
Blackleg Rating Blackleg Resistant
Growing Zones All growing zones in Canada
Herbicide System Liberty Link
Agronomic Trait Pod Shatter Reduction
 Available With JumpStart
Available With DuPont Lumiderm

Evolution hybrid InVigor L233P with the patented Pod Shatter Reduction trait is an excellent yield performer at 108.8% of the checks. This early-maturing hybrid provides greater harvest flexibility for growers who want help managing their day-to-day workload during the busy harvest season.

Also available in Eastern Canada.


Key Benefits:

  • Provides greater harvest flexibility for growers with the ability to delay swathing or straight cut canola with enhanced yield protection
  • This hybrid also exhibits limited pod drop – a highly desirable, inherent part of this new hybrid

 

Get the facts on what patented Pod Shatter Reduction technology can do for your operation.

 

InVigor L233P vs. Dekalb 75-65 vs. Pioneer 46M34

 

InVigor L140P - Evolution

Yield Potential
Maturity
Height
Lodging Resistance
Blackleg Rating
Growing Zones
Herbicide System
Agronomic Trait
 Available With JumpStart
Available With DuPont Lumiderm

The patented pod shatter reduction technology of InVigor L140P offers growers excellent yield protection with greater harvest flexibility.


Key Benefits:

  • Provides greater harvest flexibility for growers with the ability to delay swathing or straight cut canola with enhanced yield protection
  • This hybrid also exhibits limited pod drop – a highly desirable, inherent part of InVigor L140P

Learn more about how our patented Pod Shatter Reduction technology works and how it can help you improve your bottom line.


 

InVigor L140P vs. Dekalb 75-65 vs. Pioneer 46M34 Straight Cut Comparison

 


 

Demonstration Strip Trials (DST)



In 2013, InVigor L140P was put to the test across 22 Demonstration Strip Trial (DST) sites throughout Western Canada, measuring net yields at the following three different swath timings:

  • Normal swath timing: 50-60% seed colour change
  • Straight cutting

See the results for yourself!


See How Well InVigor L140P Performs When Straight Cut



In DSTs for the past three years, InVigor L140P, using the same agronomic practices, has shown a 4.3% yield increase when straight cut over normal swath timing.


Harvest Managment DST Yeild Summary

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InVigor Standard Hybrids

InVigor L252 - Evolution

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Lodging Resistance
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Growing Zones
Herbicide System
Available With JumpStart
Available With DuPont Lumiderm

InVigor L252 is a mid-season hybrid that offers you high yield performance, enhanced standability and superior blackleg resistance. It was the highest-yielding hybrid in the 2013 DSTs with top lodging and swathability ratings, and was one of the two top performers at the 2013 Canola Performance Trials (CPTs) (based on the 20 CPT audited and approved small plot trial comparisons).

Also available in Eastern Canada.

 

InVigor L252 vs. Dekalb 75-65 vs. Pioneer 45H33



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InVigor L230 - Evolution

Yield Potential - Of the checks (InVigor 5440 and Pioneer 45H29) in 2014/2015 WCC/RRC Trials.
Maturity - 3.5 Days Earlier than the average of checks.
Height - Medium
Lodging Resistance - Strong
Blackleg Rating - Blackleg Resistant
Growing Zones - All growing zones in Western Canada.
Herbicide System - Liberty Link
 Available With JumpStart
Available With DuPont Lumiderm

High-yielding InVigor L230 is ideal for growers who prefer an early maturing hybrid or need help to manage their time during the busy harvest season. This early-maturing evolution hybrid performs well in all growing zones of Western Canada.


Key Benefits:

  • Early maturing (over 3 days earlier than the average of the checks) suitable for all growing zones in Western Canada.
  • Short to mid height
  • Strong standability
  • Effective time management tool. The early maturity of InVigor L230 helps you get into harvest earlier and spread out your harvest timing.
  • InVigor L230 is an excellent replacement for InVigor L120 or InVigor L130 and will fit in well with many growers' cropping plans, due to its strong standability and early maturity.

 

InVigor L230 vs. Dekalb 75-65 vs. Pioneer 45H33

 


InVigor Clubroot Resistant Hybrids

InVigor L255PC - Evolution - NEW

Yield potential 109% of the checks (InVigor 5440, Pioneer 45H29), 2016 WCC/RRC Trials.
Maturity one and a half days later than the average of checks.
Height Medium
Lodging Resistance Very strong
Blackleg Rating Blackleg Resistant
Growing Zones mid to long growing seasons in Canada
Herbicide System Liberty Link
Agronomic Trait Pod Shatter Reduction
Agronomic Trait Clubroot Resistant
 Available With JumpStart
Available With DuPont Lumiderm

The latest Evolution hybrid featuring Bayer’s patented Pod Shatter Reduction technology, NEW InVigor L255PC, yields at an amazing 109% of the checks (InVigor 5440 and Pioneer® 45H29 in the 2016 WCC/RRC trials) and comes with built-in resistance to clubroot*. Additionally, this hybrid offers outstanding yield protection, very strong standability and exceptional harvest flexibility for all mid- to long- canola growing zones in Western Canada.

* predominant clubroot pathotypes identified in Canada at the time of registration.

Also available in Eastern Canada.


Key Benefits:

  • Provides greater harvest flexibility for growers with the ability to delay swathing or straight cut canola with enhanced yield protection
  • This hybrid also exhibits limited pod drop – a highly desirable, inherent part of this new hybrid
  • The first dual-trait hybrid from InVigor

 

Get the facts on what patented Pod Shatter Reduction technology can do for your operation.

InVigor L241C - Evolution

Yield Potential
Maturity
Height
Lodging Resistance
Blackleg Rating
Growing Zones
Herbicide System
Agronomic Trait
Available with JumpStart
Available with DuPont Lumiderm

InVigor L241C is the newest clubroot-resistant* hybrid with outstanding yield potential, strong standabilty and a mid maturity suited for all clubroot-affected regions of Western Canada. InVigor L241C showed a 2% yield advantage over InVigor L135C in Bayer breeding trials.

Also available in Eastern Canada.

* To predominant clubroot pathotypes identified in Canada at time of registration.

 

Western Canadian Summary 2 Year InVigor L241C vs. Pioneer 45H33 Net Yields

 


CLUBROOT MANAGEMENT BEST PRACTICES

Suggestions for using clubroot-resistant varieties as per the Canola Council of Canada

  • Sanitation. Preventing spread of the disease is important in the long-term control of this disease, even with clubroot-resistant varieties. Sanitation practices are essential for fields known to be infested with clubroot, and it is important to ensure that areas without clubroot are not infested as well.
  • Reduce spore/inoculum load:
    • Long canola rotations will help to prevent the buildup of clubroot resting spores and reduce the selection pressure for other potential virulent pathotypes that can eventually overcome the resistance. Growers in clubroot-infested areas should grow canola only once every four years in order to reduce soil inoculum levels and preserve existing clubroot resistance on their farms for as long as possible.
    • Control of canola volunteers and other weeds that act as hosts for clubroot will be essential to keep the selection pressure low by not allowing the disease to build up in non-canola years.
    • Scouting. Growers using clubroot-resistant varieties should scout their field regularly to see if there is any evidence of resistance breaking down. If the field is known to be infested with clubroot, then scouting should be very thorough at the end of the season. "Thorough" means examining the whole field to measure if there is an indication of resistance failing which, if present, would have a large impact on the future use of canola on that field. If the field is not known to be infested with clubroot, then scouting near the field entry points should occur once near the end of the growing season.

*CLUBROOT-RESISTANT CANOLA GENETICS

As part of an integrated pest management strategy for clubroot disease in canola, InVigor L255PC, InVigor L135C and InVigor L241C have been developed to be resistant to the predominant clubroot pathotypes identified in Canada at the time these hybrids were registered.

In field environments, clubroot populations may contain or develop additional pathotypes, such as 5X, where InVigor L255PC, InVigor L241C, InVigor L135C, 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. Bayer supports the Canola Council of Canada’s agronomic recommendations when growing these InVigor hybrids.

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InVigor L135C

Yield Potential
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Height
Lodging Resistance
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Growing Zones
Herbicide System
Agronomic Trait
Available With JumpStart

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

  • Sanitation. Preventing spread of the disease is important in the long-term control of this disease, even with clubroot-resistant varieties. Sanitation practices are essential for fields known to be infested with clubroot, and it is important to ensure that areas without clubroot are not infested as well.
  • Reduce spore/inoculum load:
    • Long canola rotations will help to prevent the buildup of clubroot resting spores and reduce the selection pressure for other potential virulent pathotypes that can eventually overcome the resistance. Growers in clubroot-infested areas should grow canola only once every four years in order to reduce soil inoculum levels and preserve existing clubroot resistance on their farms for as long as possible.
    • Control of canola volunteers and other weeds that act as hosts for clubroot will be essential to keep the selection pressure low by not allowing the disease to build up in non-canola years.
    • Scouting. Growers using clubroot-resistant varieties should scout their field regularly to see if there is any evidence of resistance breaking down. If the field is known to be infested with clubroot, then scouting should be very thorough at the end of the season. "Thorough" means examining the whole field to measure if there is an indication of resistance failing which, if present, would have a large impact on the future use of canola on that field. If the field is not known to be infested with clubroot, then scouting near the field entry points should occur once near the end of the growing season.

 


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InVigor Health Hybrids

InVigor L157H

Yield Potential
Maturity
Height
Lodging Resistance
Blackleg Rating
Growing Zones
Herbicide System
Agronomic Trait
Available with JumpStart
Available with Contract Premium
Available With DuPont Lumiderm

InVigor L157H is the newest evolution hybrid in the InVigor Health hybrid offering. It matures a day earlier than InVigor L156H and offers growers higher yield potential and yields 2% higher than InVigor L156H plus the security of a contract premium.

Ask your Cargill representative or selected independent dealer for more information on early sign-up incentive, risk-free pricing, and flexible delivery options.

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