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New hybrid TT canola looking promising 

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  • Cultivate

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01 December, 2017

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The new triazine-tolerant (TT) hybrid canola variety, InVigor T 4510, is looking the goods at the Rylington Park research property near Boyupbrook in Western Australia.
One of the first InVigor® branded varieties to be launched in Australia, InVigor T 4510 was a shining light in most National Variety Trials (NVT) last season, showing excellent reliability across a wide range of environments.

It is ideally suited to low-medium and medium rainfall areas, but can also offer strong yields in higher rainfall areas, where the added use of Aviator® Xpro® or Prosaro® fungicides ensure in-crop blackleg and sclerotinia disease protection.

Up against similar maturing TT lines at Rylington Park, Bayer Customer Advisory Representative Craig White said the early growth of InVigor T 4510 was looking good and even, also considering the difficult start to the season in the area. “It’s emerged much more even than some of the other varieties,’’ Craig said.

He said Aviator Xpro fungicide was set to be applied to the canola variety, in addition to a block of faba beans on the Rylington Park property. Aviator Xpro is currently registered for blackleg and sclerotinia control in canola, as well as ascochyta blight control in chickpeas, with registration in other crops anticipated in time for the 2018 season. Bayer recommends that Aviator Xpro is always used according to the most recent registered label.
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  • Cultivate

Date

01 December, 2017

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