Interactive SaskSeed GuideTM

Variety may not be described in 2024

– – –  Insufficient test data to describe

na  =  Not applicable

  Applied for PBR protection at time of printing (UPOV’91)

  Plant Breeders’ Rights (UPOV’78) at time of printing

  Plant Breeders’ Rights (UPOV’91) at time of printing

  Variety Use Agreement in effect

Relative maturity: VE = Very Early, E = Early, M = Medium, L = Late, VL = Very Late

Agronomic Rating: VG = Very Good, G = Good, F = Fair, P = Poor, VP = Very Poor

Disease Resistance: R = Resistant, MR = Moderately Resistant, I = Intermediate Resistance, MS = Moderately Susceptible, S = Susceptible

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Breeder seed of public release varieties is available to anyone (including producers and seed growers) for multiplication, increase and marketing. There are no royalties or seed marketing agency fees attached to use or sale of seed produced from breeder seed of public release varieties. While subsequent seed production may be Pedigreed, this is the buyer’s choice and the buyer may increase the seed of public release varieties in any way he/she wishes (only pedigreed seed can be sold by variety name, for most major crop kinds). To purchase breeder seed of public release varieties, contact the breeding institution. Once you have selected a variety using this interactive tool, the breeding institution will be listed at the top of your search report.

This Interactive SaskSeed GuideTM is for informational purposes only. The information presented is based on aggregated data and observations, but significant individual variations may occur due to conditions such as farm management practices, climate, soil type and geographical location. While reasonable care was exercised in the preparation of the guide, no guarantees or warranties regarding the accuracy, reliability or completeness of the information are given. This guide may not reflect the newest information available and may not be regularly updated. It is the sole responsibility of the user to evaluate the accuracy and appropriateness of the information.
This seed listing was prepared by the Canadian Seed Growers’ Association (CSGA) and the Saskatchewan Seed Growers’ Association (SSGA). It includes varieties eligible for sale in Canada and seed crops issued certificates as of November 15, 2022. CSGA and SSGA assume no responsibility for errors or omissions. The pedigreed class code is listed after the grower’s phone number. S = Select; F = Foundation; R = Registered; C = Certified; 1 = Additional Certification Requirements; 2 = Carry-over seed supplies which seed derived from pedigreed seed crops that were issued crop certificates prior to 2022 (the letter after 2 signifies the class). The data in this listing includes all pedigreed seed crops that have successfully received, or are in the process of receiving, seed crop certification from the CSGA in 2022. Fields that were declined pedigreed status are not included in this listing. Data in this list is provided for informational purposes only. The CSGA and SSGA are not liable for omitted or incorrect seed listings. Users of this list agree to use the data at their own risk and agree to fully indemnify CSGA and SSGA from all losses, damages, liability, judgments, costs and expenses. When purchasing seed, CSGA and SSGA strongly recommend asking for official seed certification tags as your proof of CSGA certification. A copy of the mechanical purity and germination analysis test certificate should also be made available to you.

Data updated as of February 9, 2023.