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ATR Bonito

Your top choice for yield and oil

The most widely-grown canola variety that delivers excellent oil content in a range of growing conditions.

ATR Bonito stands alone our best-selling canola variety across Australia’s grain growing regions. If you grow canola, chances are you have already seen how well ATR Bonito performs.

ATR Bonito is an early to mid-maturing triazine tolerant canola which is quality tested for fantastic early vigour, and is highly adaptable to a range of environments.

Bonito is our best-selling variety for a reason: growers choose ATR Bonito for highly competitive yield and excellent oil content.

  • A high performing variety in a range of conditions
  • Fantastic early vigour for strong establishment
  • Strong yield potential for reliable returns
  • Excellent oil content

Details

Bag size 20kg
End Point Royalty $5 per tonne (ex GST)
Maturity Early-Mid (4)
Type Open pollinated
Blackleg rating MS
Resistance group A
Height Short-Medium
Alternative to HyTTec® Trophy, Hyola® 559TT, Pioneer® 45T01TT
Recommended growing areas WA, SA, VIC, NSW

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NVT Variety Comparison from NuSTEP

National Data:

Variety ATR Stingray Hyola 559TT ATR Bonito
Type Open pollinated Hybrid Open pollinated
Blackleg Rating MR R-MR MS
Oil Avg (%) 43.60 43.97 44.32
Yield Avg (MT/HA) 1.90 2.07 1.90
Yield % of Trial Mean 99% 108% 99%

NuSTEP data source: 160 WA, NSW, VIC, SA NVT trials with all varieties represented with an average trial mean yield of 1.27 MT/HA (2013-2017). Information based on data available as at 24/01/2018.

East Data:

Variety ATR Stingray Hyola 559TT ATR Bonito
Type Open pollinated Hybrid Open pollinated
Blackleg Rating MR R-MR MS
Oil Avg (%) 42.76 43.00 43.53
Yield Avg (MT/HA) 1.94 2.10 1.97
Yield % of Trial Mean 98% 106% 100%

NuSTEP data source: 99 NSW, VIC, SA NVT trials with all varieties represented with an average trial mean yield of 1.97 MT/HA (2013-2017). Information based on data available as at 24/01/2018.

For the most up to date NVT data in your region please contact your local Nuseed representative.

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