Pioneer Protector® Traits

Pioneer Protector? Traits?

Yield, Performance and Peace of Mind

Maximize Your Yield, Protect Your Canola and Your Profits.

Pioneer® brand canola hybrids with Pioneer Protector® traits – the YIELD, performance, profitability and protection against disease and harvest challenges that you have come to trust. NOW AVAILABLE in Genuity® Roundup Ready® and LibertyLink® canola herbicide tolerant systems.

Pioneer Protector® Traits

Look for the Pioneer Protector® logo for high-yielding canola hybrids with built-in disease protection.

Pioneer Protector® Clubroot

Pioneer Protector Clubroot

High yields and protection against multiple races of clubroot across Western Canada.

Pioneer Protector® Sclerotinia*

Soybean, Corn, Canola

High yields and the consistent performance of Pioneer Protector® canola hybrids with built-in resistance to the yield-robbing disease, sclerotinia.

Maximize Performance

Stay on top of tough-to-control and resistant weeds to help maximize yield potential. The right management program helps complement your trait package and protect the canola genetic potential.

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Find the Right Product for Every Acre

Pioneer® brand canola hybrids are bred to deliver top performance, with genetics that are fine-tuned to deliver top yields in a variety of growing conditions. Put the right product on the right acre to help you reach your goals.

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Our unmatched team of local professionals live and work in your community. They’re ready to help you select products with superior yield potential and provide year-round service and expertise. Have questions? Ask your local Pioneer sales representative today.

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*Field results show that Pioneer Protector® sclerotinia resistance can reduce the incidence of sclerotinia in a canola crop by over 60%. Individual results may vary. Depending on environmental and agronomic conditions, growers planting canola hybrids with the Pioneer Protector® sclerotinia resistance traits may still require afungicide application to manage sclerotinia in their crop.