SeedNet has a range of varieties that will help to make your cropping decisions easier.

Click on the links below to read the technical bulletins. 

Guttino Hybrid Fall Rye - Substantially higher yields than non-hybrid varieties, more stable falling numbers, and significantly

                                           better cold tolerance than Winter Wheat.

Daniello Hybrid Fall Rye - considerably less ergot than other hybrid fall ryes!

AAC Lacombe Peas- Now Available.   Yellow pea, very high yield - 116% of checks in 2015 Regional Variety trials!

Also available:

AAC Chiffon Soft White Wheat - Performs better than AC Andrew or Sadash under irrigation and dry conditions.

AAC Gateway Winter Wheat- Bred in Lethbridge, this winter wheat is very well adapted to Western Canada with an excellent disease package and high yield. 

Cardale Wheat- Awned spring wheat with good resistance to FHB and shattering.

Sunray Triticale - Spring triticale with soft awns. Has lower ergot infection rates than the checks and better falling numbers.

Muskwa Barley - 6-row barley, very high yield and good for silage too!

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Have you heard of a new variety that you would like more information on?  Wondering where you can purchase your seed  this spring?  SeedNet has a wide selection of crops and varieties available to suit your needs.  For a list of varieties and where they are available, follow the links below. If you have any questions about specific varieties, send us a message on the Contact page.

New to SeedNet!

CDC Inca Yellow Peas

CDC Proclaim Red Lentils

CDC Palmer Kabuli Chickpeas

click on these varieties to see their tech sheets

SeedNet Varieties