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InVigor Hybrid Types

The chart below is designed to help you select your preferred InVigor hybrids based on your specific growing challenges and concerns.

L135C L140P L157H L230 L233P L241C L252 L255PC
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High Yield Potential

With growing conditions varying from year to year, choosing the right hybrid mix for your needs can help maximize your yield opportunity.

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Excellent Standability

These hybrids will stand strong and weather the elements. They also allow for an easier harvest.

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Environment Delays Seeding

Delayed seeding due to moisture or cool temperatures. Early maturing InVigor hybrids can help give you more options for a shortened growing season.

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Clubroot Resistance

Use clubroot mitigation practices

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Designed for Straight Cutting

All canola can be straight cut, but only InVigor L255PC, InVigor L233P and InVigor L140P have pod shatter protection.

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Minimize Risk of Early Season Frost

Early maturing InVigor hybrids can help you avoid the risk of early season frost while still getting higher yields and quality.

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Security of a Contract

Enjoy the peace of mind of a canola contract premium that offers growers excellent returns. This hybrid is only available at Cargill and select independent retailers.

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LibertyLink® System

Indicates that you can use Liberty® herbicide on this hybrid.

InVigor Hybrid Types

The chart below is designed to help you select your preferred InVigor hybrids based on your specific growing challenges and concerns.

    • Clubroot Resistance Trait
    • All Growing Zones
    • Blackleg Resistant
    • Unique Pod Shatter Reduction Trait Technology
    • Ability to Straight Cut
    • All Growing Zones
    • Next Level Blackleg Resistance
    • Security of Contract
    • High Yield Potential
    • All Growing Zones
    • Blackleg Resistant
    • Early Maturing Suitable for All Growing Zones
    • Mid height
    • Strong Standability
    • Blackleg Resistant
    • Unique Pod Shatter Reduction Trait Technology
    • Ability to Straight Cut
    • Excellent Yield Performer
    • Early Maturing Suitable for All Growing Zones
    • Backleg Resistant
    • Also available in Eastern Canada
    • Clubroot Resistance
    • All Growing Zones with Confirmed Clubroot Presence
    • Blackleg Resistant
    • Also available in Eastern Canada
    • Top Yield Potential InVigor
    • Excellent Standability
    • All Growing Zones
    • Next Level Blackleg Resistance
    • Also available in Eastern Canada
    • Unique Pod Shatter Reduction technology
    • Ability to straight cut
    • Excellent yield potential
    • Excellent standability
    • Suitable for mid- to long growing zones in Canada
    • Clubroot resistant
    • Blackleg resistant
    • Also available in Eastern Canada
A fit for every farm
Lodging resistance

InVigor hybrids can address the specific growing challenges of many fields across a broad spectrum of growing conditions. The InVigor offering is designed to provide you with multiple options to face the challenges that Western Canadian growers need to deal with.

InVigor Lineup - Maturity

Average maturity in days vs. the average maturity in days of InVigor 5440 from Bayer internal trials.

We are frequently asked how our InVigor hybrids compare with one another. In an effort to make it easier for you to compare hybrids and help you determine which are best suited to your specific region and growing zones, we’ve developed this easy-to-reference chart.

Lodging Resistance

Please note: Information displayed on this chart is based on performance ratings and data compiled from several Bayer internal trials over multiple years. Results may vary on your farm due to environmental factors and preferred management practices.

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InVigor Hybrid Attributes

InVigor Straight Cut vs Swathed Trials

These trials evaluate InVigor® canola hybrids with the patented Pod Shatter Reduction trait to test the game-changing technology comparing straight cut to swathed. They are compared to commercially available competitor hybrids.

InVigor Straight Cut Only Trials

These trials evaluate InVigor canola hybrids with the patented Pod Shatter Reduction trait to test the game-changing technology in a straight cut situation. They are compared to commercially available competitor hybrids.

InVigor Standard Swath Trials

These trials showcase the newest InVigor canola hybrids across a variety of growing conditions. They are compared to commercially available competitor hybrids. They are usually swathed but on occasion may be straight-cut in certain situations.

InVigor Clubroot Trials

These trials evaluate InVigor canola hybrids with built-in clubroot resistance*. They are compared to commercially available clubroot resistant canola hybrids.

*Resistant to the predominant clubroot pathotypes identified in Canada at the time of registration.

  • What is our Demonstration Strip Trial program?

    For nearly 20 years, the Demonstration Strip Trial (DST) program has been providing growers with detailed information to make the most informed decisions when selecting canola hybrids.

  • Where are our DST sites located?

    Our DST sites are spread across the entire Western Canadian canola-growing region, exposing InVigor canola hybrids to the widest range of growing conditions. This allows growers to understand how InVigor hybrids perform across Western Canada as well as locations near their farm.

  • What makes our DSTs a great source of credible information?

    Our rigorous attention to detail to ensure the highest quality of trial results data.

What is our Demonstration Strip Trial Program?

For nearly 20 years, the Demonstration Strip Trial (DST) program has been providing growers with detailed information to make the most informed decisions when selecting canola hybrids.

  • All DSTs are managed by the grower and the local Field Marketing Specialist. The grower fertilizes, seeds and harvests each DST site using their own equipment and agronomic practices
  • DST plots are a series of eight to ten hybrid strips seeded and grown side-by-side at common locations under identical soil, moisture and other climatic conditions to provide meaningful results
  • Each canola hybrid strip is one drill width wide and approximately 500 feet long. Each strip is also replicated twice within the same field for a total of 16 to 20 strips
  • Bayer Field Marketing Specialists apply the appropriate herbicide to each strip in the trial. Applications are made on the same day utilizing label rates for each herbicide-tolerant system
  • Each hybrid is monitored for swathing and cut at the optimum time to maximize yield and seed quality. One full swather width is cut down the centre of each strip, and this swath is used to determine yield as the harvested area can be accurately calculated
  • Evaluations of each strip are made throughout the growing season. Comparisons are completed at harvest and weigh wagons are used for accuracy – net yield is reported after dockage and standardization for moisture are accounted for – the same parameters that determine the value of a grower’s canola crop

What makes our DSTs a great source of credible information?

  • Bayer has a team of 14 passionate individuals who make up the Field Marketing team, all with diverse agricultural backgrounds and expertise across Western Canada. Each Specialist is responsible for specific regions in their area. These Specialists work alongside growers to develop the trials and work with them from start to finish; fertilizing, seeding, managing weeds, protecting against disease and eventually harvest.
  • The Field Marketing Specialist ensures the highest quality of trial results of data by:
  • Replicating each hybrid strip twice within the trial allows for the use of statistical analysis to verify the results from each individual DST. Factors other than genetic potential can come into play, such as varying soil types, environmental extremes or pest damage. These factors can affect uniformity across the trial. By using statistical analysis it can be determined that the differences between hybrids are attributed to the genetic potential of the hybrid, not other factors. If variability between the replications is too high, the differences may be attributed to other factors. In this case the trial is cancelled
  • The DST summary uses only common site comparisons when tabulating yield results so hybrids/varieties are only compared when they are grown at common sites