Excellent autumn vigour plus strong agronomics
- Medium-early maturity plus pod shatter tolerance
- Excellent disease resistance
Establishment Risk Share Programme
InV1155 is included in the InVigor Establishment Risk Share programme. Click here for full details.
- Auto-enrolment in programme through purchase of seed
- Use best agronomic practice to plant seed before 22 September 2021
- Assess establishment. In the event of crop failure, make claim by 31 October 2021. Minimum claim area 3Ha
- Claims will be verified by an independent 3rd party. Verified claims will be reimbursed £30/Ha
The very fast autumn growth of InV1155 will be attractive to growers looking to mitigate risks in establishment, especially if sowing conditions are sub-optimal. This early vigour allows more flexible drilling timing and the variety suits the normal drilling window as well as later drilling into September. Seed rate drilled should target a plant count of 25 to 30 plants/m2 in the spring. An autumn PGR should be considered if the crop has reached 4-6 leaves prior to early to mid October. Although it has good lodging resistance, InV1155 is quite tall, so application of an appropriate PGR to create an optimum canopy for yield formation is advised.
InV1155 has a strong disease resistance profile, with class-leading Phoma Stem canker resistance combining quantitative and qualitative resistance, which together with a high level of resistance to LLS will give good genetic back up to the fungicide programme. Internal testing confirms that InV1155 shows a good level of tolerance to Verticillium wilt. Although slightly later to flower, InV1155 is a medium early maturing variety with pod shatter tolerance at a similar level to InV1035 and the best Dekalb hybrids, giving flexibility and grower confidence in a secure yield at harvest time.
If your OSR crop has failed to establish this autumn, enter your details to make a claim here.