A canola weed control system that offers producers differentiated marketing and management opportunities.
Our history is important to us. It’s what gives us the ability to offer a system that is proven and reliable.
Historically, Clearfield® has been a brand that growers can depend on when it comes to protecting their canola from flushing weeds. We work hard to provide growers the support they need for success. Farmers know that they can rely on us for multiple Clearfield benefits:
• One-pass in-crop application for control of flushing weeds and reliable post emergent control of grass and broadleaf weeds
• Alternative mode of action to manage previous crop volunteers, including control of glyphosate and glufosinate tolerant canola
• Identity Preserved (IP) marketing programs that provide farmers with an excellent return on their investment
Tighter rotations increase pressure for disease and resistance. The Clearfield canola weed control system for canola and high-performing canola hybrids is the solution for this. When it comes to achieving best results, a 1-in-3-year canola rotation is recommended and if growers don't follow the recommendation, they should at least rotate canola systems.
By rotating to Clearfield canola seed hybrids and herbicides, growers can effectively manage future volunteer canola systems such as LibertyLink®. Here are even more reasons to switch to the Clearfield® canola weed control system:
• Delays the onset of weed resistance by including multiple herbicide groups within one growing season.
• Helps manage diseases such as blackleg and clubroot by alternating disease packages found in Clearfield® canola hybrids.
• Is an excellent rotation choice when growing glyphosate-tolerant RoundUp Ready® soybeans.
All of the Clearfield information you need in one place. From our hybrid partners to solutions that suit your needs, refer to this guide to get you the details quickly. Ultimately, helping you manage resistance and achieve higher, more consistent yields.Download PDF
With a winning portfolio of premium canola hybrid options to choose from, it’s easy to find the hybrid that works best for your operation. Our seed partners offer high-yielding hybrids, providing different maturities, resistance to disease, increased standability for straight cutting and superior agronomic traits.
Brevant® seeds Nexera® canola hybrids for from Corteva Agriscience™ are high-performance hybrids, with competitive yields and excellent harvestability.
Brevant® seeds 2028 CL
Brevant® seeds 2028 CL provides Western Canadian Clearﬁeld® growers with a high-yielding Clubroot and Blackleg resistant hybrid, with the Nexera® trait.
Brevant® seeds B2030MN
Brevant® seeds B2030MN has very good early growth with the both Clearﬁ eld® and Nexera® traits, along with built-in Clubroot and Blackleg resistance and options for harvest.
Realize your yield potential with BrettYoung™ canola, industry-leading varieties. BrettYoung has industry-leading varieties in the Clearfield® system, sourcing the best technology and genetics to keep your business profitable.
Pioneer® brand canola hybrids with the Clearfield trait offer outstanding yield potential and excellent weed control of the Clearfield weed control system.
Pioneer Protector® P508CL
A high-yielding Pioneer Protector® canola with the Clearfield® herbicide tolerant trait that provides resistance to blackleg and options for harvest timing.
NEW! Pioneer Protector® P514CL
A new Pioneer Protector® clubroot hybrid with both adult and seedling blackleg resistance in one package with the Clearfield® herbicide trait.
Clearfield® questions we thought you might have.
Clearfield® is a production system for canola with high-yielding hybrids, alternative weed control options and differentiated marketing opportunities.
A multi-effective mode-of-action strategy with Clearfield herbicides and their tank mix partners allow growers to customize their weed control strategy specific to their fields needs and can delay the onset of weed resistance.
No. All registered or soon-to-be registered Clearfield canola varieties were developed using traditional plant breeding methods. Therefore, Clearfield crops are treated as non-GMO, conventional crops and are approved for export worldwide.
An in-crop application in the Clearfield® Production System is not as straight forward as glyphosate tolerant canola systems. So, a little planning ahead may be required for a successful weed free season.
There are two in-crop herbicides that are designed for the Clearfield Production System: Ares™ SN and Amity™ WDG*. And, these two herbicides have several tank mix options to help make your weed control more robust and provide additional modes of action.
A canola pre-seed application such as Prospect™ is highly recommended to help reduce early season weed competition and ensure your Clearfield® canola is off to the best possible start.
Contact your local Corteva Agriscience Agronomist or Territory Manager to discuss herbicide options that will work best for your farm.
*Ares™ SN is not registered in the Peace River Region of Alberta and British Columbia.
The Corteva Agriscience Technology Use Agreement (TUA) is an agreement between a grower and Corteva Agriscience™ that serves as a license, allowing the grower to access the benefits of traits such as the Clearfield Production System technology. If growers have not yet signed a Corteva Agriscience TUA, a signed agreement will be required for the 2023 growing season.