AAC Chrome brings together three top requirements for growers; high yields, excellent standability and resistance to powdery mildew.
An early maturing yellow pea that seems to be less susceptible to seed coat breakage.
High yielding green field pea with good lodging tolerance. Features improved mycosphaerella blight resistance and powdery mildew resistance
CDC Leroy is a forage pea cultivar developed by the Crop Development Centre, University of Saskatchewan.
CDC Blazer is a new high yielding maple pea variety with a light seed coat.
Here is our data comparison of the seed trials of the lentil varieties we have for sale this year relative to the check (CDC Maxim).
This small red lentil has a seed size that is just slightly larger than CDC Maxim. Impulse lentils will out yield Maxims in the traditional lentil growing areas of Saskatchewan and are Clearfield tolerant.
This is a new high yielding small red lentil (yielding 109% more than CDC Maxim in the 2021 Saskatchewan Seed Guide) and has a seed thickness greater than that of CDC Maxim and good resistance to Ascochyta Blight. Clearfield (Imidazolinone) tolerant for weed control.
CDC Simmie is a new red lentil variety, that has similar characteristics to CDC Maxim. This early medium maturing variety was bred by Albert Vandenberg at the University of Saskatchewan. CDC Simmie has an immense disease package and yields are 103% – 109% of CDC Maxim. New to the fields in the Spring of 2022.
CDC Lima CL® is an Imidazolinone tolerant large green lentil variety with higher yield and seed thickness compared to CDC Improve and CDC Impower.
A conventional green lentil that yields as much as red CDC Maxim in the traditional lentil growing areas of Sask and Alberta.
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