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Innovation drives results.

For over 22 years, you’ve trusted InVigor® hybrid canola to consistently deliver top-performing yields and innovative solutions for your farm. Our ongoing goal is to provide you with better options to suit your individual needs, make your life easier and your operation more profitable.

InVigor Yield Results

See how InVigor hybrids performed against competitive hybrids in your area.

It is in that same proud spirit that we bring you this year’s InVigor hybrid lineup. It features two NEW Evolution hybrids, InVigor L234PC and InVigor Health L258HPC, both featuring our patented Pod Shatter Reduction technology and built-in clubroot resistance.

The evolution continues.

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Pod Shatter Reduction technology and clubroot-resistance—all in one.

We are excited to offer InVigor L234PC, a canola hybrid with InVigor’s patented Pod Shatter Reduction technology with NEW 2nd generation multi-gene clubroot resistance. This hybrid offers yield protection, early maturity and harvest flexibility for growers in all growing zones.

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Premium yields.

NEW InVigor Health L258HPC is the latest addition to the InVigor Health hybrid lineup. It features both Pod Shatter Reduction technology and clubroot-resistance, along with the security of a contract premium. This new hybrid will be available exclusively from Cargill® and select independent retails.

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The best in our field. Your fields too.

For over two decades, growers and other agricultural industry experts have come to recognize InVigor as the leader in hybrid canola technology—and we have the results to prove it:

  • InVigor hybrid canola has led the Western Canadian Canola/Rapeseed Recommending Committee (WCC/RRC) trials for over 20 years
  • InVigor L233P finished first in the 2017 Canola 100 contest with a yield of 85.88 bu/ac
  • InVigor L241C won the 2016 Canola 100 contest with a yield of 81.43 bu/ac .
  • InVigor L252 won the 2017 Canola Performance Trials (CPTs) for the fifth straight year for highest yield (the average of all growing zones of small plot trials)

Learn more about our Demonstration Strip Trial results here.

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Sell The Swather

You could win a John Deere X734 riding lawn mower!

Simply show (or tell) us why you love InVigor® Pod Shatter Reduction canola hybrids or why you love straight cutting your canola, for your chance to WIN.

Seeding Rates

Choose the hybrid that fills your field with vigor.

Canadian growers are always working hard to keep up with the increasing global demand for canola production. Canola growers know that there are many factors to get the highest yields. The leading genetics of InVigor® is the first step in maximizing your canola yields and profitability. To have your InVigor canola hybrids realize their full yield potential, follow a targeted plant population plan.

Target Plant Population

After extensive trials, it has been determined an optimal plant population of 5 to 7 plants/ft2 maximizes the performance of your InVigor hybrids.

  • Can improve yield performance.
  • Maximizes seedbed utilization and available resources (light, moisture, nutrients).
  • Promotes uniform maturity and improved standability.
  • Improved management from stressors such as heat, low moisture and disease.
  • Improves crop competition which helps control weeds.

Optimal seeding rates and plant survivability.

Achieving your optimal plant population (5 to 7 plants/ft2) requires careful consideration of both your seeding rate and plant survivability. BASF recommends planting 10 seeds per square foot to target your ideal plant population. This number is based on the average survivability of InVigor® hybrids being 60%. However, every field and season are different, so ongoing monitoring to understand the unique survivability of your fields is essential to your crop’s success.

Establishment and survivability counts.

STEP 1: Establishment Count
This count is performed at emergence, following your first application of Liberty® herbicide (to remove potential weeds). Simply count the number of plants in a linear foot of a row and measure row width.

Plant density is determined by:

PLANTS/FT2 = (Average # Of Plants In Linear Foot of Row / Row Width (inches)) x 12


STEP 2: Fall Stubble Count
Survivability (number of plants that contribute to your yield) is determined from your fall stubble count after harvest. Simply count the number of canola stalks within a linear foot of a row and know your seeding rate.

Survivability is determined by:

% SURVIVABILITY = Number of Plants/FT2 (fall stubble count) / # Of Seeds Planted (Seeding Rate (lbs/ac) / TSW (grams) / 0.096) X 12

Survivability is dependent on more than just crop practices.

Pest pressures, unfavourable weather conditions and other crop stressors will have an influence on your crop’s survivability. When/if plant populations fall outside the ideal 5 to 7 plants/ft2, adjust your seeding rate accordingly.

Common Crop Stressors

Biotic/living

  • Disease
  • Insects
  • Weeds

Abiotic/mechanical

  • Equipment calibration
  • Soil conditions
  • Seeding depth and speed
  • Crop residue
  • Fertilizer placement

Seeding rate

The table below provides an excellent tool for fine tuning your seeding rates to achieve your desired plant stand. The numbers are manipulated through thousand seed weight and survivability.

For more information on how to identify the TSW please visit the Resources page.

*Recommended rates on the bags are based on seeding 10 seeds/ft2 to achieve 6 plants/ft2 (ie. assuming 60% survivability). Results vary based due to environmental factors and management practices.

The science of InVigor.

InVigor is the result of constantly improving innovative genetic potential. From its humble beginnings of covering 20000 acres in Canada in 1997, InVigor has grown to represent over half of the canola acres in Canada as the go-to canola variety growers trust.

You work relentlessly to make the most of your acres, so we’re continually working on providing you with superior hybrids; continually striving to minimize your risk and increase your yield.

Reducing pod shatter.

How we harvest our canola has seen a dramatic change in recent times. Swathing is losing ground to straight cutting in terms of harvesting technique. BASF is predicting that as much as 40% to 50% of canola in Western Canada will be straight cut by 2020.

How you harvest is determined by a number of factors. While there are many potential benefits to straight cutting or delayed swathing, pod shatter reduction technology gives you the added freedom and flexibility of deciding how to best harvest your crop.

The unique pod shatter reduction technology of select InVigor hybrid canola varieties will continue to allow growers to take advantage of straight cutting and its potential yield-enhancing qualities. This technology works by allowing the pods to fill for a longer period of time, resulting in a fuller pod, larger seeds and lower green seed counts. This technology may also minimize management challenges in future years by reducing the amount of volunteer canola in fields by ensuring seeds end up in your bin.

Tips for straight cutting.

  • Seeding rate: An event plant population ensures a uniform stand, resulting in even maturation of fields.
  • Hybrid selection: Choosing hybrids that were designed to be straight cut, such as InVigor L140P and InVigor L233P, can increase harvest potential in your crops.
  • Weed control: Weeds, especially ones that are still green, make straight cutting more of an issue while harvesting, as well as in storage.
  • Disease control: Increased shattering is a potential consequence of diseases such as scletotinia and alternaria black spot, resulting in uneven maturity.
  • Weather conditions: Cooler, overcast days are optimal for straight cutting to minimize shattering.
  • Combine and reel speed: Straight cutting requires you to re-evaluate your combine settings, which typically involves slower harvest speeds. Ensure the speed of the reel matches your combine speed if using a reel.
  • Monitor for green material: There is a higher probability of plant material making it into the sample with straight cutting, so ensure you monitor your harvested canola seed.

Clubroot management with InVigor.

Clubroot has the potential to significantly lower yield in canola. Incorporating a hybrid with clubroot resistance into your integrated management practices is an excellent tool to aid in disease management.

InVigor 255PC, InVigor L135 and InVigor L241C hybrids have been developed to be resistant to the predominant clubroot pathotypes in Canadian canola fields.

New clubroot pathotypes may become dominant in clubroot populations if canola hybrids with similar resistance profiles are repeatedly employed in the field. To prolong the value of resistant hybrids, BASF suggests employing hybrids as a part of a larger integrated strategy to prevent or manage clubroot.

Controlling volunteer canola.

Cross pollination in canola fields means volunteer canola can contain herbicide-tolerant traits. At BASF, we provide you with multiple control options for these herbicide-resistant volunteer canola varieties.

Hybrids

InVigor Hybrids for 2019

No two fields are the same. That’s why InVigor® canola hybrids are designed to address a wide range of challenges across the broadest spectrum of growing conditions. Multiple options mean multiple solutions for the challenges you face as a Western Canadian grower.

The table below makes choosing the best hybrids that are the best fit for your farm simple.

InVigor L135C InVigor L140P InVigor L157H InVigor L230 InVigor L233P InVigor L234PC InVigor L241C InVigor L252 InVigor L255PC InVigor L258HPC
High Yield Potential InVigor L135C Strong InVigor L140P Strong InVigor L157H Strong InVigor L230 Very Strong InVigor L233P Very Strong InVigor L234PC Very Strong InVigor L241C Very Strong InVigor L252 Very Strong InVigor L255PC Very Strong InVigor L258HPC Very Strong
Standability InVigor L135C Strong InVigor L140P Strong InVigor L157H Strong InVigor L230 Very Strong InVigor L233P Strong InVigor L234PC Strong InVigor L241C Very Strong InVigor L252 Very Strong InVigor L255PC Very Strong InVigor L258HPC Very Strong
Environment Delays Seeding InVigor L135C Early Maturity InVigor L140P - InVigor L157H - InVigor L230 Early Maturity InVigor L233P Early Maturity InVigor L234PC Early Maturity InVigor L241C - InVigor L252 - InVigor L255PC - InVigor L258HPC -
Clubroot Resistance InVigor L135C Very Strong InVigor L140P - InVigor L157H - InVigor L230 - InVigor L233P - InVigor L234PC Very Strong InVigor L241C Very Strong InVigor L252 - InVigor L255PC Very Strong InVigor L258HPC Very Strong
Designed for Straight Cutting InVigor L135C - InVigor L140P Pod Shatter Reduction Hybrid InVigor L157H - InVigor L230 - InVigor L233P Pod Shatter Reduction Hybrid InVigor L234PC Pod Shatter Reduction Hybrid InVigor L241C - InVigor L252 - InVigor L255PC Pod Shatter Reduction Hybrid InVigor L258HPC Pod Shatter Reduction Hybrid
Minimize Early Fall Frost Risk InVigor L135C Early Maturity InVigor L140P - InVigor L157H - InVigor L230 Early Maturity InVigor L233P Early Maturity InVigor L234PC Early Maturity InVigor L241C - InVigor L252 - InVigor L255PC - InVigor L258HPC -
Security of a Contract premium InVigor L135C - InVigor L140P - InVigor L157H Yes InVigor L230 - InVigor L233P - InVigor L234PC - InVigor L241C - InVigor L252 - InVigor L255PC - InVigor L258HPC Yes

Maturity


Hybrid Maturity (days)1
InVigor L230 Maturity (days)1Over 3 days earlier
InVigor L233P Maturity (days)1Over 3 days earlier
InVigor L234PC Maturity (days)13 days early
InVigor L135C Maturity (days)13 days early
InVigor L140P Maturity (days)13 days early
InVigor L241C Maturity (days)11 day early
InVigor L157H Maturity (days)10.5 day early
InVigor L252 Maturity (days)11 day after
InVigor L255PC Maturity (days)11.5 days after
InVigor L258HPC Maturity (days)11.5 days later

1Average maturity in days versus the average maturity in days of InVigor 5440 from InVigor internal trials.


Standability


Hybrid Lodging Resistance2
InVigor L157H Lodging Distance2Good
InVigor L135C Lodging Distance2Strong
InVigor L140P Lodging Distance2Strong
InVigor L234PC Lodging Distance2Strong
InVigor 233P Lodging Distance2Strong
InVigor L230 Lodging Distance2Strong - Very Strong
InVigor L252 Lodging Distance2Strong - Very Strong
InVigor L255PC Lodging Distance2Very Strong
InVigor L241C Lodging Distance2Very Strong
InVigor L258HPC Lodging Distance2Very Strong

2 Results may vary based on management practices and environmental factors.


Find The Best Fit For Your Farm.



Clubroot resistant hybrids.

After years of record-setting canola acres, many growers face challenges as a consequence of tight canola rotations. Clubroot is a serious disease that can cause major yield loss. Putting an integrated pest management (IPM) plan in place is the first step when confronted or concerned with clubroot. Using a hybrid with built-in resistance is one tool available to help manage the disease. InVigor clubroot resistant hybirds have all been developed to be resistant to the most predominant clubroot pathotypes found in Canada at the time of their registration. InVigor Health L258HPC, InVigor L255PC, InVigor L135C and InVigor L241C all contain the same clubroot resistance profile. The NEW InVigor L234PC contains this resistance profile, plus a 2nd generation multi-genetic clubroot resistance to additional clubroot pathotypes to help combat evolving clubroot pathotypes.


InVigor L241C

With InVigor L241C, you can expect strong standability and higher yields from this mid-maturing hybrid that’s well suited to all clubroot-affected regions of Western Canada. InVigor L241C won the 2016 Canola 100 contest with yield of 81.43 bu./ac. and won the 2017 InVigor Clubroot Yield DSTs.


Yield potential 102% of new checks (InVigor 5440, Pioneer 45H29), 2012/2013 WCC/RRC Co-op Trials
Maturity 1 day earlier than the average of checks
Height Short to medium
Lodging resistance Very strong lodging resistance
Blackleg rating Blackleg resistant
Growing zone All growing zones in Canada
Herbicide system LibertyLink herbicide system
Agronomic trait Clubroot resistant
InVigor L135C

Designed to help growers in clubroot-affected areas, InVigor L135C provides an excellent combination of early maturity and strong yield potential. This hybrid delivers performance and security while playing a significant role in the fight against clubroot. Only available in Alberta.


Yield potential 138% of new checks (Pioneer 46A65 and Roundup Ready® Q2), 2010 WCC/RRC Co-op Trials
Maturity 3 days earlier than the average of checks
Height Short
Lodging resistance Strong lodging resistance
Blackleg rating Blackleg resistant
Growing zone All growing zones with confirmed clubroot presence
Herbicide system LibertyLink herbicide system
Agronomic trait Clubroot resistant
InVigor L234PC

NEW InVigor L234PC is the latest Evolution hybrid featuring both the patented Pod Shatter Reduction technology and NEW 2nd generation multi-genetic clubroot resistant traits. This hybrid offers outstanding yield protection and strong standability similar to InVigor L233P. With a maturity three days earlier than the checks, this hybrid is a great fit for growers in clubroot-affected areas.


Yield potential 104% of the checks (InVigor 5440 & Pioneer® 45H29), 2017 WCC/RRC trials
Maturity 3 days earlier than average checks
Height Medium
Standability Strong
Blackleg rating Blackleg resistant
Growing zone All growing zones in Canada
Herbicide system LibertyLink herbicide system
Agronomic trait Pod shatter reduction
2nd generation multi-genetic clubroot resistance
InVigor L258HPC

An excellent addition to the InVigor Health hybrid lineup, this high-yielding hybrid is suitable for all mid- to long-growing zones and offers Pod Shatter Reduction, clubroot resistance along with the Cargill® Specialty Canola Program oil profile.


Yield potential 104.9% of checks (InVigor 5440 & Pioneer 45H29), 2017 WCC/RRC Trials
Maturity 1.50 days later than average checks
Height Medium
Standability Very strong
Blackleg rating Blackleg resistant
Growing zone Mid to long growing zones
Herbicide system LibertyLink herbicide system
Agronomic trait Pod shatter reduction
Clubroot resistant
InVigor L255PC

InVigor L255PC is a medium-height hybrid with excellent standability and performance. The hybrid is well suited for growers in mid- to long-growing zones. InVigor L255PC separates itself from all others due to its very impressive standability and the benefits of both Pod Shatter Reduction technology and clubroot resistance.


Yield potential 109% of the checks (InVigor 5440, Pioneer® 45H29), 2016 trials
Maturity 1.50 days later than average checks
Height Medium
Lodging resistance Very strong lodging resistance
Blackleg rating Blackleg resistant
Growing zone Mid to long growing seasons in Canada
Herbicide system LibertyLink herbicide system
Agronomic trait Pod shatter reduction
Clubroot resistant


Pod Shatter Reduction hybrids.

InVigor L140P

InVigor L140P was the first canola hybrid to feature the patented Pod Shatter Reduction technology in Canada, and continues to impress canola growers with its notable yields while delivering harvest flexibility. Available in limited quantities.


Yield potential 100% of new checks (InVigor 5440, Pioneer 45H29), 2011/2012 WCC/RRC Trials
Maturity 0.5 days earlier than the average of checks
Height Short
Lodging resistance Strong lodging resistance
Blackleg rating Blackleg resistant
Growing zone All growing zones in Canada
Herbicide system LibertyLink herbicide system
Agronomic trait Pod shatter reduction
InVigor L234PC

NEW InVigor L234PC is the latest Evolution hybrid featuring both the patented Pod Shatter Reduction technology and NEW 2nd generation multi-genetic clubroot resistant traits. This hybrid offers outstanding yield protection and strong standability similar to InVigor L233P. With a maturity three days earlier than the checks, this hybrid is a great fit for growers in clubroot-affected areas.


Yield potential 104% of the checks (InVigor 5440 & Pioneer® 45H29), 2017 WCC/RRC trials
Maturity 3 days earlier than average checks
Height Medium
Standability Strong
Blackleg rating Blackleg resistant
Growing zone All growing zones in Canada
Herbicide system LibertyLink herbicide system
Agronomic trait Pod shatter reduction
2nd generation multi-genetic clubroot resistance
InVigor L258HPC

An excellent addition to the InVigor Health hybrid lineup, this high-yielding hybrid is suitable for all mid- to long-growing zones and offers Pod Shatter Reduction, clubroot resistance along with the Cargill® Specialty Canola Program oil profile.


Yield potential 104.9% of checks (InVigor 5440 & Pioneer 45H29), 2017 WCC/RRC Trials
Maturity 1.50 days later than average checks
Height Medium
Standability Very strong
Blackleg rating Blackleg resistant
Growing zone Mid to long growing zones
Herbicide system LibertyLink herbicide system
Agronomic trait Pod shatter reduction
Clubroot resistant
InVigor L255PC

InVigor L255PC is a medium-height hybrid with excellent standability and performance. The hybrid is well suited for growers in mid- to long-growing zones. InVigor L255PC separates itself from all others due to its very impressive standability and the benefits of both Pod Shatter Reduction technology and clubroot resistance.


Yield potential 109% of the checks (InVigor 5440, Pioneer® 45H29), 2016 trials
Maturity 1.50 days later than average checks
Height Medium
Lodging resistance Very strong lodging resistance
Blackleg rating Blackleg resistant
Growing zone Mid to long growing seasons in Canada
Herbicide system LibertyLink herbicide system
Agronomic trait Pod shatter reduction
Clubroot resistant
InVigor L233P

InVigor L233P was grown on more acres in Western Canada than any other canola hybrid in 2018*. Featuring the patented Pod Shatter Reduction technology trait, this early-maturing high yielding hybrid provides greater harvest flexibility for growers looking to manage their workload during the busy harvest season.

*2018 BPI (Business Planning Information) Data


Yield potential 108.8% of the checks (InVigor 5440, Pioneer 45H29), 2014/2015 WCC/RRC Trials
Maturity Over 3 days earlier than the average checks
Height Medium
Lodging resistance Strong lodging resistance
Blackleg rating Blackleg resistant
Growing zone All growing zones in Canada
Herbicide system LibertyLink herbicide system
Agronomic trait Pod shatter reduction



Standard hybrids.

InVigor L252

A consistent performer, InVigor L252 was grown on more acres in Western Canada than any other canola hybrid in 2016 and 2017*. This hybrid continues to offer incredible yield performance and enhanced standability with mid-season maturity. InVigor L252 won the 2017 Canola Performance Trials (CPTs) for the fifth straight year (average of all growing zones). It was also the winner of the 2017 InVigor Standard Swath Yield DSTs.


Yield potential 110% of new checks (InVigor 5440, Pioneer 45H29), 2011/2012 WCC/RRC Trials
Maturity 1 day later than the average of checks
Height Medium
Lodging resistance Very strong lodging resistance
Blackleg rating Blackleg resistant
Growing zone All growing zones in Canada
Herbicide system LibertyLink herbicide system
InVigor L230

Early-maturing InVigor L230 displays outstanding yield potential with excellent standability. It was only out-yielded by InVigor L252 in our standard swath DSTs from 2017. This hybrid is ideal for growers who prefer an early-maturing hybrid that consistently performs.


Yield potential 103.9% of new checks (InVigor 5440, Pioneer 45H29), 2014/2015 WCC/RRC Trials
Maturity 3.5 days earlier than the average of checks
Height Medium
Lodging resistance Strong lodging resistance
Blackleg rating Blackleg resistant
Growing zone All growing zones in Canada
Herbicide system LibertyLink herbicide system



Health hybrids.

InVigor L157H

Newest health hybrid offering from InVigor. Offers high yield potential as well as early maturity. InVigor L157H also offers the security of a contract premium.

Key traits

  • Produces healthier heat-stable oil with high oleic content.

Yield potential 97% of new checks (InVigor 5440 & Pioneer 45H29), 2013/2014 WCC/RRC Trials
Maturity 1 day earlier than the average of checks
Height Short
Lodging resistance Strong lodging resistance
Blackleg rating Blackleg resistant
Growing zone All growing zones in Western Canada
Herbicide system LibertyLink herbicide system
Agronomic trait High oleic content
InVigor L258HPC

An excellent addition to the InVigor Health hybrid lineup, this high-yielding hybrid is suitable for all mid- to long-growing zones and offers Pod Shatter Reduction, clubroot resistance along with the Cargill® Specialty Canola Program oil profile.


Yield potential 104.9% of checks (InVigor 5440 & Pioneer 45H29), 2017 WCC/RRC Trials
Maturity 1.50 days later than average checks
Height Medium
Standability Very strong
Blackleg rating Blackleg resistant
Growing zone Mid to long growing zones
Herbicide system LibertyLink herbicide system
Agronomic trait Pod shatter reduction
Clubroot resistant

Innovation

InVigor hybrids offer innovative solutions for your fields and crop practices. Their advanced genetics provide solutions to all growers.


InVigor L255PC

  • Pod shatter reduction technology
  • Clubroot resistance
  • Excellent standability
  • High yield performance
  • Suitable for mid to long growing zones of Western Canada

InVigor L2233P

  • Pod shatter reduction technology
  • Early maturing
  • High yield performance
  • Exceptional harvest flexibility

InVigor L230

  • Very strong lodging resistance
  • Outstanding yield potential
  • Early maturing

InVigor L252

  • Grown on more acres than any other hybrid in 2016 and 2017 1
  • Very strong standability
  • Superior blackleg resistance
  • High yield performance

1 2016 BPI (Business Planning Initiative) Data

The science of InVigor

InVigor is the result of constantly improving innovative genetic potential. From its humble beginnings of covering 20,000 acres in Canada in 1997, InVigor has grown to represent over half of the canola acres in Canada as the go-to canola variety growers trust.

You work relentlessly to make the most of your acres, so we're continually working on providing you with superior hybrids; continually striving to minimize your risk and increase your yield.

Reducing pod shatter
How we harvest our canola has seen a dramatic change in recent times. Swathing is losing ground to straight cutting in terms of harvesting technique. BASF is predicting that as much as 40% to 50% of canola in Western Canada will be straight cut by 2020.

How you harvest is determined by a number of factors. While there are many potential benefits to straight cutting or delayed swathing, pod shatter reduction technology gives you the added freedom and flexibility of deciding how to best harvest your crop.

The unique pod shatter reduction technology of select InVigor hybrid canola varieties will continue to allow growers to take advantage of straight cutting and its potential yield-enhancing qualities. This technology works by allowing the pods to fill for a longer period of time, resulting in a fuller pod, larger seeds and lower green seed counts. This technology may also minimize management challenges in future years by reducing the amount of volunteer canola in fields by ensuring seeds end up in your bin.
Tips for straight cutting
  • Seeding rate: An event plant population ensures a uniform stand, resulting in even maturation of fields.
  • Hybrid selection: Choosing hybrids that were designed to be straight cut, such as InVigor L140P and InVigor L233P, can increase harvest potential in your crops.
  • Weed control: Weeds, especially ones that are still green, make straight cutting more of an issue while harvesting, as well as in storage.
  • Disease control: Increased shattering is a potential consequence of diseases such as scletotinia and alternaria black spot, resulting in uneven maturity.
  • Weather conditions: Cooler, overcast days are optimal for straight cutting to minimize shattering.
  • Combine and reel speed: Straight cutting requires you to re-evaluate your combine settings, which typically involves slower harvest speeds. Ensure the speed of the reel matches your combine speed if using a reel.
  • Monitor for green material: There is a higher probability of plant material making it into the sample with straight cutting, so ensure you monitor your harvested canola seed.
Controlling volunteer canola
Cross pollination in canola fields means volunteer canola can contain herbicide-tolerant traits. At BASF, we provide you with multiple control options for these herbicide-resistant volunteer canola varieties.
Clubroot management with InVigor
Clubroot has the potential to significantly lower yield in canola. Incorporating a hybrid with clubroot resistance into your integrated management practices is an excellent tool to aid in disease management.

InVigor 255PC, InVigor L135C and InVigor L241C hybrids have been developed to be resistant to the predominant clubroot pathotypes in Canadian canola fields.

New clubroot pathotypes may become dominant in clubroot populations if canola hybrids with similar resistance profiles are repeatedly employed in the field. To prolong the value of resistant hybrids, BASF suggests employing hybrids as a part of a larger integrated strategy to prevent or manage clubroot.

Liberty & Trait Agreement

Seed Returns

InVigor hybrid canola is known throughout Canada for its exceptional quality seed and high yield potential. BASF upholds all its products, systems and services to the highest standards, making it our priority to ensure exceptional customer satisfaction attained through best-practices during production and local field trials and programs. BASF supports all our products, systems and services with professional and knowledgeable representatives ready to assist you.

BASF regularly and rigorously tests InVigor hybrid canola through our exceptional quality control process to ensure all our customers receive consistent, high quality seed. To maintain our standards, we ask all our customers to return unopened bags of InVigor hybrid canola seed for proper storage and re-testing. Only unopened bags that have not been compromised qualify for returns. For more information, contact your local BASF representative or BASF Ag Solutions Customer Care at 1-877-371-BASF (2273).

Products

Herbicides

Liberty 150

Liberty 150 herbicide offers unique Group 10 mode of action for dependable, fast, broad-spectrum grassy and broadleaf weed control with exceptional crop safety.

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