Banker

Canola

  • Clearfield hybrid canola
  • Excellent standability under a wide range of conditions
  • Mid maturity with impressive seedling vigour
  • High grain oil content
  • Medium plant height

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    Banker CL is a new Clearfield hybrid from Heritage Seeds previously known as HSHC134CL. It is a true mid maturity option to complement our evolving commercial portfolio which currently includes Carbine and Archer.

     

    Banker CL is a direct competitor to Hyola 575CL, 45Y88 (CL) and 45Y86 (CL). Banker CL offers an exciting combination of outstanding yield potential, high oil percentage and reliable blackleg package.

     

    Key Features
    Clearfield hybrid canola
    Excellent standability under a wide range of conditions
    Mid maturity with impressive seedling vigour
    High grain oil content
    Medium plant height.


    Maturity
    Mid maturity (later than Carbine – earlier than Archer)

     

    Flowering
    Similar to Hyola 575CL

     

    Recommended Growing Regions
    Ideally suited to medium rainfall areas, and delayed sowing in the high rainfall zones

     

    Soil Types
    Suited to a wide range of soil types – responds to improved fertility

     

    Herbicide Tolerance Trait
    Tested for tolerance to imidazolinone herbicides On-Duty and Intervix

     

    Blackleg Resistance Rating - Fluquinconazole
    R-MR

     

    Blackleg Resistance Rating - Bare
    MR

     

    Resistance Group of Cultivar
    Group A

     

    Yield Potential:
    Very high

     

    Grain Oil Content
    High

     

    Early Vigour
    Very good

     

    Plant Height
    Medium plant height in hybrid class

     

    Standability
    Excellent

    Canola

    Canola is grown in nearly all cropping regions & is the 3rd largest broadacre crop nationally. Heritage Seeds has invested in industry leading canola genetics to provide growers with varieties that perform across a wide range of growing environments, delivering profitability & maximising returns to...