Canola Hybrid
2024 CL
98 RM
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Separate Refuge Requirements

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Overview

  • Medium/tall hybrid with very good standability.
  • Demonstrates pod shatter reduction and can be considered for straight cutting.
  • Excellent early season vigor with good late-season standability.
  • Rated as resistant (R) to blackleg and fusarium wilt.
Management Guidelines

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Product Ratings
7-9 Good 4-6 Fair 1-3 Poor
Characteristics
Blackleg Resistance RatingResistant
Clubroot Resistance RatingSusceptible
Fusarium RatingResistant
Genetic TypeHybrid
Green Seed Rating
9
Oil Rating
9
Plant Height
7
Pod Shatter Reduction
Yes
Relative Maturity98
Early Season Vigor
7
Seed ColorLight Brown Mottled
Standability
9
Test Weight Rating
9

Management Guidelines

  • For straight cutting or delayed swathing, monitor crop conditions prior to harvest, and harvest when the seed moisture reached acceptable levels (<10%). Even maturity is critical for straight cutting. Control weeds early and late in the season to reduce green material at harvest.
  • Plant Nexera® varieties in a warm, moist, firm seedbed; planting no more than 1 inch deep; 3/4 inch is preferred.
  • Canola emergence is very dependent upon a moist, firm seedbed and a planting depth not exceeding 3/4 inch. Typical emergence varies from 60 percent to 80 percent. Seeding rates of 12 to 15 seeds per square foot should result in adequate stands. Target 7-8 plants per square foot for the final stand.
  • Helix® Vibrance® seed-applied insecticide should provide protection against flea beetle for a 21-day window. Begin monitoring prior to the end of this window. Apply an insecticide if infestation levels are significant and the plants are not robust enough to outgrow feeding damage.
  • Follow label directions for the proper timing and rates for the use of BEYOND® herbicide.
  • Use information provided by the White Mold Risk Map to aid in determining the need for a fungicide treatment and proper timing.
  • Monitor fields for the presence of bertha armyworms, diamondback moths and lygus bugs. Consider the application of insecticides if the economic threshold has been reached.
  • If swathing, monitor fields closely in the fall, and time swathing to occur when the majority of the plants have reached 70 percent seed color change.
  • Most hybrids can be direct-harvested. A good seedbed and properly adjusted seeder help ensure a uniform stand and even drydown at maturity. If crop maturity is variable, consider the use of a desiccant. Begin harvest with seed moisture at 8 percent to 10 percent moisture; stems may still have a greenish tinge. When the standing canola is ready to harvest, doing so is the most important activity on the farm.
  • Consider the application of Sonalan® herbicide as a preplant treatment to control ALS-resistant and glyphosate-resistant kochia.