Ceresco’s IP Varieties

Ceresco is currently developing varieties that better meet its clients’ specific needs while providing producers with excellent yield. Resistance to disease and harsh weather conditions and the capacity to adapt to different types of soil are among the main concerns of Ceresco breeders.

Organic culture is a fertilizer and synthetic pesticide-free culture using Organic seeds. Ceresco contracts its own varieties in organic farming. The company also purchases public varieties with JAS/NOP and CEE certificates.

OUR VARIETIES

Charts of our IP varieties

Natto soybeans

Loriot été

2650 HU (0,6)

Loriot Loriot grain

Well adapted to 2 650 HU zones zones:

  • good adaptation for all soil type
  • yield similar to other conventional varieties
  • row spacing at 12 to 15 inches
  • well branched variety
  • good soil coverage, rows close fully
  • sow in well warmed soil (About 10ºC) notably after May 20
  • good in no-till program
  • quick emergence (less than 7 days)
  • soak test required
Loriot automne

2750 HU

AAC Coryllis

  • excellent stand
  • excellent yield potential
  • slightly smaller then Apalis soybeans
  • similair but smaller then Loriot soybeans

Conventional soybeans

Anser été

2350 HU (0,05)

Anser Anser grain

Well adapted for 2 350 HU zones and over:

  • good yield potential for a suitable zone
  • semi-bushy soybean
  • high first pod
  • excellent stand
  • strong plant and stem
  • brown pubescence
Anser automne

2450 HU

Kanuk

Well adapted for 2500 areas and over:

  • very good yield potential in its maturity group
  • covers soil well
  • can be seeded in clay soil or any other types of soil
  • early season harvest
  • good grain quality and good protein value
  • small grains
  • adapted to no-Till program

2475 HU

Kebek

Well adapted for  2450 areas and over:

  • semi-bushy soybean
  • excellent stand and strong plant
  • early season harvest
  • good protein value
  • adapted to no-Till program

2550 HU

Kamichis

Adapted to all H.U. zones:

  • performs well when row spacing  is 6 to 15 inches
  • covers soil well, drought resistant
  • can be seeded after peas have been harvested, up to July 7 area 2800 and+
  • can be seeded in clay soil or any other types
  • regular yield year after year
  • performs well at lower populations
  • early season harvest, can be started mid-September
  • hardy variety, very good resistence to diseases
  • good grain quality
  • adapted to no-till program
  • seed in a well warmed soil
Kea été

2600 HU (0,05)

Kéa Kea grain

Well adapted for 2 350 HU zones and over:

  • very good yield potential in its maturity group
  • high first pod
  • semi-bushy soybean
  • very good protein value, excellent for exportation
  • conventional and no-till program
  • brown pubescence
Kea automne
RD-714 été

2600 HU (0,5)

RD-714 RD-714 grain

Well adapted for 2 500 HU zones and over:

  • seed in a well warmed soil
  • performs well in all types of soil
  • good yield potential. Stable yield year after year
  • good and uniform stand
  • performs well at lower populations
  • good soil coverage. Abundant foliage
  • high first pod, easy to harvest
  • early season harvest can be started end of September
  • well developed root system, resistant to drought
  • all purpose variety
  • good grain quality, high demand for the food market
  • adapted to no-till
RD-714 automne
Havane été

2775 HU (1,0)

Havane Havane grain

Performs very well in the 2,700 HU zones and over:

  • excellent for no-till planting
  • strong plant and strong stem
  • excellent stand
  • matures very well in the fall
  • well suited for clay and loam
  • round type bean and of excellent quality
Havane automne
Eider été

2800 HU (1,1)

Eider Eider grain

Well adapted for 2 750 HU zones and over:

  • high yield — excellent in sandy soil
  • tree stand: branched variety
  • heavy foliage, good soil coverage
  • high first pod height, excellent stand easy to harvest
  • good grain quality, high demand for the food market
  • adapted to all types of soil-conventional and no-till program
  • seed in a well warmed soil
  • must be sowed before June 5 in healthy soil
  • soak test required
  • rotate if previous crop was soybean
Eider automne

Tofu soybeans

2650 HU

AAC Vireo

  • excellent performance
  • excellent stamina
  • tan pubescence
  • brown pods
  • high first pod height
  • slender type

2700 HU

AAC Rubicon

  • well branched variety
  • good height of first pods
  • adapted to no-till in sandy or clay soils
Calao été

2750 HU (0,9)

Calao Calao grain

Well adapted for 2 750 HU zones and over:

  • high yield—excellent in sandy soil
  • tree stand: branched variety
  • heavy foliage, good soil coverage
  • adapted for row spacing at 30 inches: low population
  • for maximum yield, use a starter fertilizer
  • high first pod height, easy to harvest
  • good grain quality, high demand for the food market
  • adapted to all types of soil-conventional and no-till program
  • seed in a well warmed soil
  • must be sowed before June 5 in healthy soil
  • soak test required
Calao automne