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Pacific Seeds announces two new Hyola varieties

PACIFIC Seeds has released two new canola hybrids offering potential yield and disease resistance benefits.

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 Agronomist Barry Haskins, Griffith New South Wales with Justin Kudnig, Pacific Seeds National Canola technical manager, with the new hybrid, Hyola Continuum CL which yielded 5.625t/ha in 2022 paddock trials. Photo courtesy Pacific Seeds.

Agronomist Barry Haskins, Griffith New South Wales with Justin Kudnig, Pacific Seeds National Canola technical manager, with the new hybrid, Hyola Continuum CL which yielded 5.625t/ha in 2022 paddock trials. Photo courtesy Pacific Seeds.

According to Pacific Seeds, Hyola Defender CT and Hyola Continuum CL, provide Australian growers with excellent yield performance, high disease resistance, elevated oil content, and enhanced weed control...

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