AAC Alida VB
AAC Alida VB is a high yielding semi-dwarf
CWRS with very good lodging and sprouting
tolerance, and is rated MR to FHB. AAC Alida
VB is also tolerant to the orange wheat blossom
midge. AAC Alida VB is well-adapted to the wheat growing regions across the western Canadian
CDC Landmark VB
Midge Tolerant semi-solid stem Dwarf HRS wheat, early maturing, Very high yield and lodging resistance, with an exceptional Disease package.
AAC Viewfield
High Yield and Protein, Early Maturing, exceptional disease, one of the shortest semi dwarf HRS wheat on the market aimed at high fertility programs.
AAC Brandon
High yielding, early maturing semi-dwarf CWRS wheat. Excellent disease package with aAAC Brandon is an awned, semi-dwarf CWRS
variety that when compared to AC® Carberry has
+5% grain yield, 0.5 days earlier maturity, 1 cm shorter and similar lodging, tolerance and
disease resistance. AAC Brandon is well adapted
across western Canada but will be especially
attractive to wheat producers in the high yielding
areas of the Prairies who desire a short, strong
strawed variety with good FHB resistance.
AAC Wheatland VB
VG Lodging, excellent yield potential (112% Carberry) and 1 to FHB. AAC Brandon is the refuge.
AAC Starbuck
G lodging, excellent yield potential, (114% AC Carberry) and MR to FHB, AAC Brandon is the refuge.
AC Goodeve
AC Goodeve VB was the first midge tolerant CWRS. AC Goodeve VB continues to outperform in the northwestern Saskatchewan region with its high yield, excellent standibility and disease package.
AAC Foray
AAC Foray VB is a very high yielding CPS wheat
with strong straw, improved protein content and
good disease resistance. AAC Foray VB has a
good disease package and is resistant to leaf rust,
moderate resistance to stem rust and intermediate
resistance to bunt and FHB. AAC Penhold is the
refuge in AAC Foray VB for added straw strength.
AAC Foray VB should be an exceptional fit for all
CPS growing areas especially those areas prone to
the orange wheat blossom midge.
AC Sadash
AC® Sadash is a high yielding and high quality,
awned, soft white spring wheat. It was selected
for grain yield similar to AC Andrew but in addition,
has lower protein than AC Andrew. AC® Sadash is a
semi-dwarf with short, strong straw. It was
especially selected for production under irrigation in
southern Alberta and Saskatchewan to produce high
quality, low protein wheat for the SWS milling
market. The lower protein of AC® Sadash, along
with its high grain yields, should make it very
AAC Leroy VB
AAC LeRoy VB is a NEW Midge Tolerant CWRS that makes a significant step forward for yield potential in CWRS. With an MR for FHB and improved lodging resistance AAC LeRoy VB will be an exciting variety for western Canadian wheat growers.
CDC Bow Barley
Two-row, hulled malting Barley. High yield with excellent lodging resistance makes it a great fit for Higher Fertility programs or for growers that want to have a universal barley to go after the malt or feed market. It is also resistant to covered smut and stem rust.
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CDC Spectrum
CDC Spectrum is a high yielding yellow
cotyledon, semi-leafless field pea with improved
yield potential, good lodging tolerance and
powdery mildew resistance.
CDC Lewochko
'CDC Lewochko' was selected for its yield, days to maturity, days to flowering, vine length, resistance to lodging, seed weight, seed size, disease resistance and crude protein concentration.
AAC Profit
The highest yielding pea in the black soil zone
for customers who are looking to fill their bins
with big volumes of the highest protein peas
that food processors are looking for.
CDC Nimble
CDC Nimble CL is an Imidazolinone tolerant
small red lentil with high yield potential in all
lentil growing areas.

• Seed thickness greater than that of CDC Maxim
• High yield compared to CDC Maxim
• Imidazolinone tolerance
• Good resistance to Ascochyta Blight
CDC S0-1 Oats
“CDC SO-1 (oat) overcomes a lack of nutritional punch that feeders associate with barley, due in part to that poorly digested hull that oats are known for,” said Rossnagel.

Oats have lower nutrient needs than barley and higher yield potential.

In addition, with Super Oats growers should be able to sell their crop for higher prices because of its better feed profile.
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