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Our history is important to us. It's what gives us the ability to offer growers a system that is proven and reliable.
Historically, Clearfield® has been a brand that growers can depend on when it comes to protecting their canola from flushing weeds. We work hard to provide growers the support they need for success. Farmers know that they can rely on us for multiple Clearfield benefits:
Tighter rotations increase pressure for disease and resistance. The Clearfield Production System for canola and high-performing canola hybrids is the solution for this. When it comes to achieving best results, a 1-in-3-year canola rotation is recommended and if growers don't follow the recommendation, they should at least rotate canola systems. By rotating to Clearfield canola seed hybrids and herbicides, growers can effectively manage future volunteer canola systems such as LibertyLink® and Roundup Ready®. Here are even more reasons to switch to the Clearfield Production System:
All of the Clearfield information you need in one place. From our hybrid partners to solutions that suit your needs, refer to this guide to get you the details quickly. Ultimately, helping you manage resistance and achieve higher, more consistent yields.Download PDF
Find one that fits your requirements.
With so many canola hybrid options to choose from, you’re bound to find one that fits your requirements. Our seed partners offer high-yielding hybrids providing different maturities, resistance to disease, increased standability for straight cutting and superior agronomic traits.
Brevant™ seeds canola for Nexera™ contracts from Corteva Agriscience™ , Agriculture Division of DowDuPont are high-performance hybrids, with competitive yields and excellent harvestability.
Realize your yield potential with BrettYoung™ canola, industry-leading varieties. BrettYoung has industry-leading varieties in the Clearfield® systems, sourcing the best technology and genetics to keep your business profitable.BrettYoung 5525 CL BrettYoung 5535 CL BrettYoung 5545 CL
Pioneer® canola hybrids with the Clearfield trait offer outstanding yield potential and excellent weed control of the Clearfield Production System.Pioneer brand® 45H76 Pioneer brand® 46H75
Nutrien® offers canola hybrids for a wide range of growing conditions, with early, medium and full-season hybrids available. We also offer hybrids with the standability and disease traits to suit your operation.VR 9560 CL PV 200 CL
With top-notch yield potential, disease resistance and systems choice, there's a Canterra Seeds canola hybrid for your farm.CS2200 CL CS2500 CL
If you farm in hot, dry, non-traditional canola regions, Clearfield XCEED is your best option for growing canola. The first ever herbicide-tolerant, open-pollinated Brassica juncea varieties, XCEED canola delivers increased stress tolerance to frost, heat and drought. And the pod-shatter resistance gives you the option to straight cut without swathing for harvest efficiency. XCEED canola is expanding the boundaries where canola can grow.XCEED X121 CL XCEED X122 CL
Clearfield® questions we thought you might have.
Clearfield is a crop production system combining specific herbicides and seeds from crop varieties that have been traditionally bred for herbicide tolerance and high yields.
Clearfield herbicides allows growers to customize weed control for pressures specific to their crops while maintaining sustainability in resistance management plans.
No. All registered or soon-to-be registered Clearfield canola varieties were developed using traditional plant breeding methods. Therefore, Clearfield crops are treated as non-GMO, conventional crops and are approved for export worldwide.
One of the benefits of the Clearfield Production System is exceptional weed control with one effective product, eliminating time and energy in decision making.
Ares™SN Herbicide was specifically designed to meet the needs of Clearfield canola growers. It’s the only herbicide you’ll need. It offers consistent and reliable control of tough grassy and broadleaf weeds and superior control of volunteer non-Clearfield canola, including multiple flushes.
Stay tuned for 2020 - Corteva Agriscience will be introducing new recommendations to help with weed resistance management for your Clearfield Canola system.
Ares™ SN is not registered in the Peace River Region of Alberta and British Columbia. Contact Corteva Agriscience™ for specific herbicide recommendations.
The Clearfield Commitment is an agreement between a grower and Corteva Agriscience™, Agriculture Division of DowDuPont that serves as a license, allowing the grower to access the benefits of The Clearfield Production System technology. If growers have not yet signed a Commitment, a signed Commitment will be required for the 2020 growing season. In the case of Clearfield canola, growers pay a Clearfield Commitment Fee of $70/bag when they purchase seed.
Learn more and explore your options.
It’s always a good idea to learn more and explore your options, so why not check out modules that can provide you with the information you are looking for. From the importance of canola system rotations to the specifics about Clearfield® canola hybrids and more, select the module that works for you.
Launch this module to learn all about the benefits of canola system rotations, the impact of volunteer canola on yeild, production contracts and strategies for crop planning and diversity.Learn more
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