Our 2023 Seed Varieties
AAC Connect – Great yield potential and excellent malt quality attributes. Best FHB resistance in its class with superior yield and short, strong straw.
AB Tofield – Six-row smooth-awned dual purpose barley with excellent grain and forage yield potential. Medium height with good lodging tolerance.
AB Advantage– Six-row smooth-awned feed and forage barley with high grain yield and good agronomic performance.
AB Cattlelac – Six-row semi-smooth awned feed variety with high yields and plump kernels.
ESMA – Two-row barley with exceptionally short strong straw and high grain yield potential. Esma is ideally suited to high moisture and high fertility growing conditions of Western Canada.
Amisk – Six-row semi-dwarf feed barley with semi-smooth awns. Features excellent grain and silage yield potential, improved grain plumpness and a well rounded disease package.
CDC Austenson – Two-row feed barley with top grain yield, straw strength, test weight and kernel size and plumpness. Particularly well suited to producers seeking a top yielding 2-row feed barley with improved performance over Xena.
CDC Copper – Two-row rough awned barley with a strong leaf disease package, short straw and good standability. This dual purpose barley has yields that rival popular feed varieties making it an excellent choice for both malt and feed markets.
CDC Coalition – A leader in yield and standability. Very good yields, excellent standability. Similar yield and better straw strength than Xena. Consistently plump seeds.
CDC Copeland – Two-row malting barley with high yields and good straw strength. Combines excellent brewing characteristics with lower protein and enzyme levels.
CDC Cowboy – Two-row dual purpose barley featuring top forage and grain yields and plump kernels. Well adapted to low input management, lighter soils and drought stress conditions.
CDC Fraser – Two-row malting barley, high yielding strong strawed, with large plump kernels and lower grain protein.
KWS Kellie – Two-row barley with exceptionally short strong straw and high grain yield potential. It is ideally suited to high moisture and high fertility growing conditions of Western Canada.
Sirish – Short, strong standing two-row barley with very good yield potential. A European style, low protein variety with a unique quality profile well suited to the craft brewing market. Excellent plump and test weight with top end yield potential. A very short variety that stands well.
AAC Brandon – Awned, semi-dwarf wheat. Similar lodging tolerance and disease resistance to AC® Carberry with 105% yield index, 0.5 day earlier maturity and 1 cm shorter plant height.
AAC Hockley – this semi-dwarf variety has industry-leading standability, and consistently high yields and improved grain protein. Excellent disease package, strong FHB resistance.
AAC LeRoy VB – New Midge Tolerant wheat that makes a significant step forward for yield potential. With an MR for FHB and improved lodging resistance, it will be an exciting variety for western Canadian wheat growers.
AAC Magnet – an early maturing, conventional height CWRS wheat with very strong resistance to FHB. High protein, good lodging resistance, easy to harvest.
AAC Redstar – an awned CWRS variety with earlier maturity, good lodging tolerance, moderately resistant rating to FHB with low DON accumulation.
AAC Starbuck VB –a very high yielding semidwarf CWRS with good lodging tolerance and is rated MR to FHB resistance
CDC SKRush – an awned CWRS variety with very high grain yield potential, medium maturity, good lodging tolerance, and is rated moderately resistant to FHB.
AAC Viewfield – A top yielding, short, semi-dwarf CWRS with leading sprout tolerance and highest standability ratings. It stands poker straight, making production and harvest a breeze. It has a good disease package including good resistance to FHB and has been praised for its good colour retention through difficult harvests.
AAC Wheatland VB – A semi-dwarf CWRS with excellent grain yield, high protein and excellent straw strength, plus it’s tolerant to the Orange wheat blossom midge.
Jake – An ultra-early maturing variety with excellent stripe rust protection and higher protein content. High yielding potential with improved protein content over current varieties.
Parata – Very early CWRS wheat with good grade retention and very good sprouting resistance.
AAC Crossfield – A desirable combination of short, strong straw and early maturity. Early maturing and high yielding semi-dwarf variety that is suitable for all growing zones.
AAC Goodwin – High yielding CPS wheat with short, strong straw and medium to late maturity.
AAC Penhold – Very short, strong strawed CPS wheat with high yield potential, improved grain protein and good disease resistance. Moderately resistant to FHB.
CDC Reign – a semi-dwarf CPS, has shown high grain yields without sacrificing protein. It shows strong agronomic features including intermediate resistance to FHB, short strong straw.
Forefront – New high yielding CPS wheat with good straw strength. This is a Foremost replacement which is no longer in the CPS category.
AC Foremost – Early maturing, red-seeded spring wheat with improved grain yield, resistance to prevalent races of common bunt, sprouting tolerance, and resistance to leaf rust and leaf spots
AAC Paramount – Soft white midge tolerant spring wheat with high grain protein and excellent milling quality. Good potential fit for silage production.
ACC Douglas – a high beta-glucan, white hulled oat with high grain yield potential and excellent groat percentage. Good lodging resistance. Resistant to smut and moderately resistant to crown rust and FHB.
AC Morgan – White hulled milling oat with high grain yield, very good lodging resistance and excellent milling quality. Susceptible to crown and stem rusts and moderately susceptible to smut
AC Mustang – AC Mustang is one of the the highest yielding cultivars in Alberta (yields about 10% more than Cascade). It’s equal to Cascade in lodging resistance, has a higher test weight, higher percentage of plump kernels, and a lower percentage of thin kernels than Cascade. It has high hull content and is not suitable for milling.
CDC Arborg– A very high yielding, early maturing white milling oat that stands very well. It has excellent market opportunities, with good groat percentage, low thins and high beta-glucan.
CDC Endure – consistently high Beta-glucan content and milling quality. Earlier maturity than CS Camden. Strong standability and high test weights.
CDC Haymaker – Forage oat with higher forage and grain yield than CDC Baler. Showy plant produces large, plump seed with high seed weight.
CS Camden – A very high yielding oat with excellent lodging resistance.
ORe3542M – High yielding, high quality, white hulled milling oat. Medium maturing with strong straw and crown rust resistance.
AAC Aberdeen – Medium sized yellow pea, a top yielding variety. Medium maturity, excellent standability, excellent resistance to powdery mildew.
AAC Barrhead – Excellent yield potential, yielded higher or the same as CDC Amarillo. Early season maturity and high standability. Smaller seed size for less splits.
AAC Carver– A field pea suited to every area and situation. High yields, early maturity, and large seed size.
AAC Lacombe – a top yielding, medium maturity, semi leafless, medium sized yellow pea with excellent standability and resistance to powdery mildew.
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 Forest – High yielding green field pea with good lodging tolerance. Features improved mycosphaerella blight resistance and powdery mildew resistance
CDC Meadow– Stand and yields well. Taller variety means more biomass returned to soil for next year and is also easier to harvest in dry years. Smaller seed size means lower seeding rate. Strong seed coat means less splits.
CDC Lewochko – a mid-maturing yellow, semi-leafless. Great lodging resistance and powdery mildew resistance.
CDC Spruce– High yielding green field pea with good lodging tolerance and resistance to powdery mildew.
DL Lacross – a small seed size forage pea, medium standability, good yield potential for forage use. Very early maturity, up to 5 days sooner than other forage pea varieties. Could blend DL Lacross forage pea with a oats or other early season crop or use on their own. Good seed coat integrity
CDC Snowbird – High yield and good standability Most widely grown faba bean variety. Resist to Aphanomyces (root rot).
Fabelle – A medium-sized fababean with low tannins and high yields. It is a low vicine/convicine fababean that fits well in the growing food and feed markets.
AAC Delight – The premiere variety specifically focused on the cattle producer. With its reduced awn expression (almost beardless) and it being selected for its low ergot susceptibility (best in its class), AAC Delight is rapidly gaining a name for quality, high tonnage feedstock.
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