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Aim: To assess the performance of existing and emerging canola varieties in the Southern Mallee.
Sowing date: 20 April, establishing rain (20mm) on 1 May
Starting soil N(0-100cm): 104 kg/ha
Paddock history: 2018 – fallow, 2017 – lentil
Fertiliser: 30 April Granulock Supreme Z @ 60kg/ha + Flutriafol
24 June Urea @ 100kg/ha
25 July Urea @ 100kg/ha
GSR (Apr-Oct) : 193mm
Nov 2018 – Oct 2019: 408mm
Harvest date: 16 November
Note: Please treat these preliminary results with caution and look for the full report in the 2019 BCG Season Research Results.
Nuseed Diamond and Pioneer®45Y91 were the highest yielding varieties in this trial.
• The oil content of all varieties was below the 42% base level.
• The larger oil content of Nuseed Diamond makes this the most profitable option in this trial.
• While the conventional Nuseed Diamond continues to have significant yield benefits, paddock selection and crop rotations for
these conventional varieties is a crucial consideration.
• Clearfield hybrid varieties continue to out yield triazine tolerant varieties.
• ATR-Bonito was the best performing open pollinated triazine tolerant variety in this trial.
• With subsoil moisture and good nutrition levels, phenology wasn’t the major driver of yield this year (the major driver of yield is