FREE SEED
FRIDAYS
ARE BACK!

CANTERRA SEEDS will be randomly selecting a farmer order
in each Prairie province to win up to 16 bags* of their chosen
canola at the end of each month until December 23.

*Standard 22.7 kg bag.

INTRODUCING
CS3100 TF*
& CS2800 CL*

The newest offerings in CANTERRA SEEDS'
canola hybrid lineup.

*Registration Pending

Now Available
The CANTERRA SEEDS
2023 Seed Guide

CANTERRA SEEDS offers one of the broadest
seed lineups in Western Canada.

New!
Make Every Canola
Seed Count

Pelta™ seed pelleting technology now available
on CS4000 LL, CS3100 TF, CS3000 TF and CS2600 CR-T.

CS4000 LL

LibertyLink® Canola Hybrid
Excellent Straight Cut Performance
Clubroot Resistant | Blackleg Resistant

LibertyLink® and the Water Droplet Design are registered trademarks of BASF. Used under license.

CANTERRA SEEDS

Secure your bulk certified seed today
and order canola or corn from your preferred retailer.

Seed Retailers

Contact CANTERRA SEEDS Sales Professionals

  • Shannon O’Neill
    Territory Manager - East Central Saskatchewan
    306-516-0468
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  • Katharyn Houston
    Territory Manager - Western Manitoba / Southeast Saskatchewan
    204-451-3929
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  • Brennan Fazakas
    Territory Manager - Southern Alberta
    403-915-7450
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  • Bret Gaetz
    Territory Manager - Northeast Saskatchewan
    306-874-7815
    .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
  • Duane Briand
    Territory Manager - Northcentral Alberta
    780-668-9750
    .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
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Breanne Rey

Pollination

Over a two-month span, corn plants will go through the six stages of grain fill to reach physiological maturity. Before the corn plants can go through R2-R6, there is a very important yield determining step that needs to happen during R1 – pollination! Learn about the process of a proper pollination period in your corn crop.

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