New for 2017. AAC Lacombe is an impressive yielder with yields at 116% of CDC Meadow in the south region of Alberta. AAC Lacombe has low seed coat breakage and a round plump seed.
These will yield approximately 8% more than CDC Meadow peas in the south region of Alberta and have a larger seed size which may appeal to certain markets.
A semi-leafless variety with good lodging resistance and powdery mildew resistance, CDC Meadow peas are the yellow pea standard in Alberta & Saskatchewan, yielding well, with good standability and good quality parameters.
New for 2017. CDC Greenwater peas will slightly outyield CDC Patrick and CDC Limerick on average and have a large seed size. Greenwater has a short vine length and offers the best green pea standability score to date.
New for 2017. This small red lentil has a seed size that is just slightly larger than CDC Maxim. Impulse lentils will outyield Maxims by 8% in the traditional lentil growing areas of Saskatchewan and are Clearfield tolerant. Growers need to sign a Clearfield Stewardship Grower Agreement.
A small seeded red lentil similar in size to CDC Redberry, CDC Maxim is a clearfield variety with early to medium maturity, excellent yield potential and good disease resistance. Growers need to sign a Clearfield Stewardship Grower Agreement.
A conventional green lentil that yields as much as red CDC Maxim in the traditional lentil growing areas of Sask and Alberta.
A new flax variety with European heritage that provides very competitive yield, large seed size and great stand-ability.
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