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Protect Your Profits
Defeat devastating diseases with VICTORY® canola.
Defeat devastating diseases with VICTORY® canola. Our top-of-the-line hybrids provide polygenic blackleg resistance and resistance to the most common clubroot pathotypes, helping you reduce risk while maximizing your yields and return on investment.
All of our VICTORY® hybrids come equipped with an industry-leading, polygenic blackleg resistance package and with an additional blackleg resistance gene, Rim2, allowing you to rotate blackleg resistance within the VICTORY® lineup.
The Polygenic Difference
When it comes to minimizing blackleg risk, it pays to choose the right canola hybrids. All our VICTORY® Hybrids have been developed with a unique polygenic blackleg resistance package that:
- Offers industry-leading resistance as a result of its polygenic properties.
- Provides powerful, durable protection from a wider range of blackleg species.
- Helps protect your yields and profits.
Major gene resistance protects your crops at the seedling stage, but that's not enough. Fortunately, polygenic resistance contains both major and minor genes, ensuring your canola crops are protected from disease throughout every stage of their growth - all the way from seedling to adult plant. Even under high disease pressure, our VICTORY® Hybrids give you the highest level of yield protection and control.
Checking your crop for infection
When: The best time to check is from pod setting until swathing. The closer to swathing, the easier it is to detec
What: Look for stem lesions (a white-gray center possibly including tiny hard, black bodies plus a dark border) and cankers at the base. Stem cankers can cause premature lodging in severe cases.
How: Pull up a plant and clip stem just below ground level. Each stem is evaluated based on the discoloration of its cross section. If there’s no discoloration, your plant is blackleg free. Go to canolawatch.org for guides on judging the severity of infections.
Keeping blackleg under control
Scout: Check your fields at harvest time and look for signs of blackleg.
Select: Choose the right hybrids for strong blackleg resistance and peace of mind.
Rotate: Regularly change the fields in which you plant canola.
Lengthen: Expand your rotations to three or four years, to help reduce blackleg risk and control volunteers in non-canola years.
For more best practices, visit canolawatch.org.
VICTORY® Clubroot Resistance
Don’t let clubroot rob your crop of vital nutrients or your business of critical progress.
Count on VICTORY® to deliver clubroot resistance, so you can grow with confidence knowing your profits are protected.
The VICTORY® lineup gives you options, offering clubroot resistance to the most common clubroot pathotypes, in four high-performing hybrids. Choosing a clubroot resistant hybrid is one component of a smart clubroot management plan - which should also include equipment sanitation and field rotations. To learn more about best practices for managing clubroot on your farm visit clubroot.ca.
VICTORY® (1)VICTORY® V14-1, V24-1, V25-3T* and V25-5T* were developed to be resistant to the predominant clubroot pathotypes identified in Western Canada. However in a commercial field environment there is potential for clubroot populations to exist or develop pathotypes of clubroot to which VICTORY® V14-1, V24-1, V25-3T* and V25-5T* (and other clubroot-resistant canola varieties with similar resistance profiles) may be susceptible. Please follow integrated pest-management strategies to maximize the durability of genetic resistance in canola varieties. For detailed information on these strategies visit www.clubroot.ca *Pending variety registration