Australian farmers to benefit from new earlier maturing Winter canola hybrid

Australian farmers to benefit from new earlier maturing Winter canola hybrid

Pacific Seeds has announced the release of Hyola Feast CL, a new earlier maturing Graze and Grain Winter Clearfield canola hybrid set to provide more options for Aussie farmers.

Hyola Feast CL provides an 8 series flowering and windrowing maturity delivering results 5-8 days faster than other popular Winter canola types. Whilst exhibiting a lower vernalisation requirement, Hyola Feast CL provides a wider range of farmers, in a wider range of regions, with access to the graze and grain canola segment.

Hyola Feast CL (left) versus Hyola 970CL (right)

Justin Kudnig, Pacific Seeds National Canola Technical Manager said the release of the new variety was in direct response to industry demands for a quicker maturing graze and grain canola hybrid.

“Hyola Feast CL is the culmination of multiple years of exciting technical research, extensive agronomic field trials and the highest quality assurance procedures,” said Mr Kudnig.

“We’ve already seen it deliver fantastic grain yields up to 20 per cent higher than others in the market and it will nicely complement our own industry-leading Hyola 970CL.

“Together with its very high blackleg R (P) rating and blackleg group H category, Hyola Feast CL is the perfect choice for rotating disease resistance in Australia’s canola regions.

“We’re confident Hyola Feast CL will become a farmers favourite as it gets set to deliver strong paddock performance and harvest returns during the 2021 season,” said Mr Kudnig.

Hyola Feast CL is suitable for both irrigated and dryland scenarios across all major Canola growing districts including New South Wales, South Australia, Victoria, Western Australia and Tasmania.

Hyola Feast CL is available for ordering now and will be available in limited quantities for the upcoming 2021 Canola season.

For further information please contact your local Pacific Seeds Territory Manager or seed retailer or click the links below:

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