Growing registered canola varieties is an important part of assuring our export customers that the oil and meal quality, biotech traits and disease resistance in our canola supply meets their requirements
To mitigate risk, do not seed any de-registered canola varieties and do not deliver seed produced from them to an elevator or grain handler. Registered varieties also include agronomic advantages over de-registered varieties, as de-registered varieties often lack critical disease resistance genetics, such as clubroot resistance.
The “no-grow” list includes these varieties:
- Liberty Link (B. napus): Exceed, 2631 LL, Swallow, SW Legion LL, SW Flare LL, LBD 2393 LL, Innovator, Independence, HCN 14, Phoenix, 3850, 2153, 3640, 3880, 2163, 2273
- Roundup Ready Polish (B. rapa): Hysyn 101 RR
- Bromoxynil tolerant: 295BX, Armor BX, Cartier BX, Zodiac BX, Renegade BX
- Clearfield tolerant: 46A76
For more information, visit CFIA’s database of registered varieties and proposed list of variety registration cancellations.
Let’s all do our part to support the quality and integrity of our canola crop. Working together, we can eliminate risk and keep markets open for all.
Crushing plants may have delivery options for de-registered varieties – contact your local facility for more information.
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Follow the Keep it Clean 5 Simple Tips to ensure your canola, cereals and pulses are ready for market.