Is it too soon to think about what to grow next year? In our opinion, it’s never too soon.
CANTERRA Seeds’ Lorri Keyowski and Curt Baldwin join us for today’s RealAg LIVE! to talk about hybrid selection, online input buying, and so much more!
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- Lorri and Curt both have extensive background experience working with farmers
- What kind of variety characteristics are important for growers, heading into 2021?
- Consistent, reliable hybrids, maturity that fits their growing zones, blackleg and clubroot resistance packages, straight-cut potential
- Baldwin has been in the industry 21 years. CANTERRA SEEDS is celebrating 25 years as of this March. Founded by nine seed growers.
- Canola, corn, soybeans, portfolio is based around the western Canadian farmer, a fit for every acre
- Big announcement! CANTERRA is entering the Liberty Link Canola marketplace. CS4000 LL
- Straight cut potential, Gen 1 clubroot resistance, blackleg resistance, available 2021. Stay tuned for more hybrids.
- Stacked herbicide traits in the future? CANTERRA isn’t a developer of genetics, they’ll partner with companies to bring in new traits
- What zone does it fit in? CANTERRA did extensive trialing in Manitoba all the way into the Peace Region.
- Why CS 4000 LL? It’s a consistent yielder
- Herbicide rotation is just as important as crop rotation. So having one more herbicide trait available to put into the rotation helps with that
- AgroClub. What is it? How do the Canterra hybrids fit into this?
- Redeem program? Special offers through AgroClub Canada? Creating a better seed experience. Re-bates? Ever heard of a pre-bate?
- What are you excited for, for 2021? Lorri’s excited to get some CS 4000 LL in the ground, and see some new hybrids come into the portfolio. Curt’s excited for the next products in the demo program.