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Pacific Seeds was the first company in the world to commercially market hybrid canola. These hybrids are commercially marketed by Pacific Seeds, and known worldwide as the Pacific Seeds Hyola® Hybrid Canola Range. Hyola canola hybrids are characterised by exhibiting high seedling vigour, high yield, high oil, high blackleg resistance and high standability with superior adaptability.

Hyola hybrid canola varieties have developed a strong reliable reputation with growers, agronomists, advisors and consultants in many geographies across the globe.

Today, Pacific Seeds creates new plant varieties through enhanced genetic diversity breeding methodology to provide better quality products for farmers, consumers and the processing value chain. Pacific Seeds’ plant breeding has always responded to growers’ needs for increased crop yields, along with enhanced oil content and disease resistance. Pacific Seeds has access to global resources and technology through their parent company Advanta Seeds.

The Advanta canola breeding program is aimed at developing higher quality, higher yielding varieties with improved disease resistance. Our research targets are both global and specific to Australia developing the highest performing widest adaptable hybrids in all herbicide tolerant technologies including the stacked herbicide combinations.

Advanta, through Pacific Seeds continues to invest significantly in research at its world-class blackleg screening glasshouse facility in Toowoomba, Queensland, along with the intensive field screening program right across Australia's major canola growing regions.

Pacific Seeds has established an industry leading intensive blackleg screening program that is actively applied across all its parent lines and new hybrids under development. The result is that our Hyola canola hybrids in each herbicide tolerance group in Australia continue to demonstrate some of the highest adult resistance ratings possible in the industry, and this is a major credit to our diligent and focused research team.