2017 CPS Seed Guide - Page 7

MANAGEMENT & HARVESTING MATURITY Groups 1 & 2 Mid/Late Groups 1 & 2 Mid Groups 1 & 2 Mid/Late Groups 1 & 2 Mid/Late Groups 1 & 2 Mid/Late Groups 1 & 2 Mid Groups 1 & 2 Early Groups 1 & 2 Mid Groups 1 & 2 Mid/Late Groups 1 & 2 Mid/Late Groups 1 & 2 Mid/Late Groups 1 & 9 Mid/Late Groups 1 & 9 Mid/Late Groups 1 & 9 Mid/Late STANDABILITY STRAIGHT CUT BLACKLEG RATING SCLEROTINIA RESISTANCE CLUBROOT RESISTANCE CA NO L A HERBICIDE RESISTANCE MANAGEMENT DISEASE PACKAGE Harvest Management Harvest timing and management are big considerations for growers, especially in the case of a shatter-prone crop like canola. CPS is proud to offer canola hybrid options with leading harvest management features including excellent standability and pod shatter reduction. Plant architecture, erect stance and height all affect the ease with which a canola crop can be cut and combined. Standability is a result of plant breeder selection coupled with the influence of balanced fertility, agronomic management and the environment. Considering varieties with standability ratings and heights that suit a grower’s harvest needs will allow for faster harvesting, a better anchored swath and the potential for more snow capture. A leading solution for growers considering harvest management options is PV 560 GM. Developed and bred for pod shatter reduction and even maturity, PV 560 GM is powered by Pioneer Protector® HarvestMax technology. This Genuity® Roundup Ready® hybrid also offers more flexibility, a wider window of harvest and more pods filled for higher yields. 5