Seed Force Hybrid TT Canola all come from strong family roots!

They say the apple never falls far from the tree.

In the case of our newly listed End Point Royalty Hybrid TT Canola varieties this is in fact a huge positive, especially for those looking to minimise the upfront cost of Hybrid Canola seed, yet still obtain a high yielding and exceptional performing TT variety. Another positive is these NPZ engineered Canola varieties are equal to or even better when matched up against other members of the family using recent NVT trial data across Australia. Not many know that Seed Force Hybrid TTs share the same strong family genetics as BASF Invigor and Pioneer TT Hybrids. All three seed businesses use the same high yielding and high performing germplasm to perfect their own varieties. It means each variety is a member of the one big family, although like in all families, some in this crop can be better than others (we believe those are ours).

What you can expect from Seed Force Hybrid TT Canola varieties:

1. Improved yield potential when compared to OPs and other hybrids (up to 10%)
2. Strong pest and disease profiles, to insure against yield loss (including broad choice of Group chemical options)
3. Excellent early vigour to assist against weed competition and potential weed pressure lowering performance
4. A wider choice of varieties, enhancing the opportunity to sow an ideal option based on climate, location and rainfall
5. A lower upfront seed cost, and protection again sub par harvest thanks to all varieties being EPR listed

So if you’re someone who who values strong family roots, and doing what’s best for your family, maybe it’s time to introduce your fields to some new family members. It was a big call for us to move our TT range to EPR varieties but ultimately we see our Seed Force Royalty Management Program as a fairer approach to reducing the upfront cost on Hybrid TT seed and providing more cost-effective options in cropping programs. We hope you do to!

For a more in-depth introduction to our newly listed End Point Royalty Hybrid TT Canola family click the product links below



News: SF Ignite TT hybrid canola delivers increased farmer returns over OP counterpart


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Seed Force are pioneers in the development of grain and graze winter canola. Combining leading European canola breeding with in-depth knowledge of brassica grazing management, we are the market leader in dual purpose canolas. These winter types can be sown early to provide exceptional autumn/winter feed,and then be locked up for similar grain and oil … Read more


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Improved 2020 supply of popular SF Maté phalaris

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Demand for SF Maté phalaris has strengthened year-on-year, reflecting the variety’s performance credentials. A highly winter active phalaris variety bred by Gentos in Argentina, it has been produced in Australia by Seed Force since 2017, with supply volumes steadily increasing locally since then. Its results across the 2013-2015 independent Pasture Variety Trial Network cemented its … Read more

Global barley variety dominates yield and demand around the planet

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RGT Planet, the world’s first global barley variety, continues to dominate National Variety Trial results and commercial crop yields across Australia. Released in Australia to six farmers in 2016 by Seed Force and RAGT, the variety received full malt accreditation in March 2019, taking around 25% market share in that season. According to Seed Force … Read more

COVID-19 Update

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We are reaching out to our extended Seed Force community to share with you the steps we are taking to ensure we protect our people, our customers, and your experience with our brand. At this time, we are thinking about you, your families, friends, your livelihoods and our lifeline in rural and regional Australia during … Read more

SF Ignite TT hybrid canola delivers increased farmer returns over OP counterpart

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Hybrid canola variety SF Ignite TT delivered greater yield and profitability than its competitor in Southern Farming Systems’ management strategies trials at Lake Bolac in 2019. The Optimised Management for High Rainfall Zones Project trials compared different management strategies to identify the best options that drive yield and oil content for farmer profit. Two varieties, … Read more

New sub-clovers offer productivity gains for Australian livestock producers

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A five-year joint venture between the Department of Agriculture and Food WA (DAFWA) and Seed Force via a $700K investment, has delivered eight new sub-clover varieties to Australian livestock producers. The new varieties cover all three sub-species, catering for differing soil types and annual average rainfall ranges from 325-1000mm. Most are now commercial with some … Read more