Oklahoma Crop Variety Trials

Canola Variety Trials

Canola Variety Trials

The mission of the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service's Okanola Project is to provide research, education and demonstration to stimulate the development of winter canola as a major profitable rotational crop with winter wheat.

In addition to members of Plant and Soil Sciences, many people have become involved in the efforts of the Okanola Project, including faculty in the Oklahoma State University entomology and plant pathology department, agricultural economics department, biosystems and agricultural engineering department, and Oklahoma Cooperative Extension staff across the state.

Project leaders also work closely with agribusiness and input suppliers. The Okanola Project would not be a success without the enthusiasm and support of Bayer CropScience, DeKalb Seed, Great Plains Canola Association, John Deere, Land O’ Lakes, Monsanto, Oklahoma Wheat Commission, Plains Oilseed Products, Producers Cooperative Oil Mill, SW Seed, Syngenta, and W.B. Johnston Grain, plus local agribusiness organizations and several Oklahoma wheat growers. For more information on winter canola in the Great Plains, visit the OSU Okanola Project website.

Canola Variety Test Results

Conventional Variety Tests

2003 - (HTML)

2004 - (HTML)

2005 - (HTML)

2006 - (PDF)

2007 - (PDF)

2008 - (PDF)

2009 - (PDF)


National Canola Variety Tests

2004 - (PDF)


2006 - (PDF)

2007 - (PDF)


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