InVigor canola hybrids continue to revolutionize the industry by delivering vigorous early season growth, uniformity in height and maturity, superior genetic potential for yield and – most importantly – the ability to consistently outperform other hybrids and canola varieties, even under stressful growing conditions. That's why InVigor continues to dominate yield rankings in a multitude of trials.
For over 23 years, InVigor canola hybrids have outperformed competitors in large plot replicated system trials conducted by farmers and our own demonstration strip trials across canola growing regions. We remain dedicated to providing growers with the innovative solutions needed to meet today’s challenges for growing a successful canola crop every year.
InVigor canola hybrids offer a wide range of maturity options, disease protection packages and other traits to improve harvest flexibility and address other serious cropping concerns.
InVigor canola hybrids are combined with the LibertyLink® trait that enables growers to rotate nonselective herbicides on a farm basis. LibertyLink canola has built-in resistance to Liberty® herbicide, delivering nonselective post-emergence control of broadleaf weeds and grasses, including weeds resistant to glyphosate and multiple herbicide classes.
Outstanding yield performance and built-in protection for your canola crop.
Featuring second-generation, multi-genetic clubroot-resistance traits.
Superior oil content that offers yield potential.
Game-changing pod shatter reduction technology.
Exceptionally high yield potential and first-generation clubroot resistance.
High yield potential and first-generation clubroot resistance.
BASF’s patented pod shatter reduction technology found in many InVigor hybrids minimizes lost yield due to environmental conditions such as late-season moisture and wind events that prematurely split pods and shell seeds.
A perfect blend of strength and durability, pod shatter reduction technology is designed to minimize pod drop and shatter losses. Stronger pod seams protect you from potential yield loss until you’re ready to harvest, with the flexibility to straight cut or delay swath.
Straight cutting and delayed swathing allows pods to fill for a longer period of time, resulting in larger seeds, a fuller pod and potential for lower green seed counts. This technology may also reduce the amount of volunteer canola in your fields by ensuring the seeds end up in your combine hopper at harvest, minimizing management challenges in future growing seasons.
Late swathing reduces the timing pressure of a large-acre harvest and increases combining flexibility, allowing you to leave the crop in the swath longer. Straight cutting, if timed correctly, can offer growers a yield and quality advantage by allowing them to harvest a more mature crop. Growers often harvest canola with the same swather and combine as cereal crops, with some adjustments. Growers choose late swathing to hasten the drying rate of their canola, ensure even ripening and reduce the possibility of seed losses from wind and hail.
InVigor L345P, L233P, 234P and 255P with patented pod shatter reduction technology from BASF give growers the flexibility to consider delayed swathing or straight cutting at harvest. The unique pod shatter reduction technology protects the seed left in the pods from pod drop and premature shatter.
Always read and follow label directions.
The information you need to hit the optimum harvest plant population.
The new InVigor® hybrid canola seed packaging is more than eye-catching, it’s informative too. See how to achieve the recommended seeding rate to maximize the yield, consistency and performance of your InVigor canola.
For maximum yield potential in canola, hit the sweet spot in plant population.
Based on extensive research on InVigor Canola from BASF, the recommended plant population is 5-7 plants per square foot. See how to get the most out of your canola acres with InVigor Canola and a targeted plant population plan.
For maximizing canola plant survivability, start with getting the right seeding rate.
After years of research, the InVigor Product Excellence team has determined a recommended seeding rate of 10 seeds per square foot, based on an expected 60% survivability rate. See all the ways you can get the most from every acre.