Seems to me that the companies that sell canola seed that are a dud push it to get back their investment in poor genetics, then drop that variety the next year! DeKelb did that with their new SC92 a couple years ago, it was “awesome, with great yields” no it was actually sh!tty with low yeilds and high green count!! They had enough complaints and pissed off farmers that it was dropped after just one year! As for myself, I will never grow a new variety ever again, I will stick with canola that has been around for at least 3 years and stay with what works on my farm for the land I have! If I try anything new to me, it will be a 40 acre side by side with what I’ve grown before! Would rather stay with what works for me, than chase the 5% yield advantage that the seed companies claim in their hyped up yield stats for their new varieties!! If it isn’t broke, don’t try and fix it for no reason!!