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ATR Mako

A resilient trooper for tougher conditions

A robust disease package gives ATR Mako the edge, even when the going gets challenging.

ATR Mako is an early to mid-season maturing triazine tolerant canola bred specifically for Australian conditions. Developed to be a hardy fighter and highly adaptable, ATR Mako has comparable yield to ATR Bonito with class leading vigour. This open pollinated variety has been bred with a special disease package that delivers top rated resistance for OP TT varieties in its group.

When you think quality, reliability and performance, think ATR Mako.

  • Class leading vigour for strong establishment
  • Highly adaptable to a range of growing zones
  • Comparable yield to ATR Bonito
  • A variety that performs even in tough conditions
  • Exceptional genetics for superior disease resistance for OP TT varieties in its group

Details

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

Learn more about OP TT canola

NVT Variety Comparison from NuSTEP

East Data:

Variety ATR Gem ATR Bonito ATR Mako
Type Open pollinated Open pollinated Open pollinated
Blackleg Rating MR-MS MS MR
Oil Avg (%) 43.18 43.62 41.22
Yield Avg (MT/HA) 1.96 2.01 2.02
Yield % of Trial Mean 96% 99% 99%

NuSTEP data source: 37 NSW, VIC, SA NVT trials with all varieties represented with an average trial mean yield of 2.04 MT/HA (2014, 2015, 2016). Information based on data available as at 24/01/2018.

West Data:

Variety ATR Bonito ATR Mako
Type Open pollinated Open pollinated
Blackleg Rating MS MR
Oil Avg (%) 44.88 44.01
Yield Avg (MT/HA) 1.91 1.95
Yield % of Trial Mean 94% 96%

NuSTEP data source: 28 WA NVT trials with all varieties represented with an average trial mean yield of 2.03MT/ HA (2014 -2017) for Agzones 2 & 3 (WA). 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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