OSACC Canola
Ontario Soybean And Canola Committee


2006 ONTARIO PERFORMANCE DATA FOR
SPRING AND WINTER CANOLA
Table 1.  Spring Canola Varieties (3-year means)
                     
Variety Traits1 Days from Planting to Maturity Yield2
(t/ha)
Free Fatty Acids
(% of Oil)
Brown
Seed
(%)
Green
Seed
(%)
Height (cm) Lodging
1 = erect
5 = flat
Distributor
                     
Hyola 401 Hybrid 98 2.41 0.39 0.87 0.53 107 1.7 Advanta Seeds
Hyola 357 RR Hybrid, RR 98 2.21 0.42 1.42 0.53 103 1.8 Advanta Seeds
46H02 Hybrid 98 2.48 0.41 0.61 0.43 122 1.5 Pioneer 
5020 Hybrid, LL 98 2.53 0.57 2.14 0.42 120 1.4 Bayer CropScience
45H21 Hybrid, RR 99 2.53 0.36 0.98 0.48 124 1.6 Pioneer
5030 Hybrid, LL 100 2.74 0.54 2.44 0.57 135 1.1 Bayer CropScience
No. of Sites3 5 11 11 11 11 9 8    
1   RR = Roundup ReadyTM, LL = Liberty LinkTM
2   1 t/ha = 893 lb/acre = 17.9 bu/acre
3  Number  of sites were 4 in 2003, 5 in 2004 and 2 in 2005.  Not all data are collected at all sites.
Table 2.  Winter Canola Varieties (3-year means)
                     
Variety Traits Yield1
(t/ha)
Free Fatty Acids
(% of Oil)
Brown
Seed
(%)
Green
Seed
(%)
Winter Survival
(%)
Height (cm) Lodging
1 = erect
5 = flat
Maturity Date Distributor
                     
Kronos Hybrid 2.60
(2.78)2
1.5
(0.73)
2.1
(2.0)
0.2
(0.2)
75
(95)
126
(119)
1.4
(1.4)
July 10
(July 10)
C&M Seeds
No. of Sites3 6 4 4 4 2 5 2 2  
1   1 t/ha = 893 lb/acre = 17.9 bu/acre
2  Values in parentheses are calculated excluding the Elora 2005 site, which had extremely high insect pressure and high free fatty acids. 
3  There were 2 valid test sites in each of 2002, 2004 and 2005.  There are no data for 2003. Not all data are collected at all sites.


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