The performance of soybean, dry (edible) bean, field pea, faba bean and lentil varieties is tested at multiple locations across Manitoba each year. The purpose of this variety testing program is to provide independent, unbiased data to help you select the best varieties suited to your farm. Find yield, maturity and other agronomic information summarized in the guides linked below.
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Current Variety Evaluation Guides
New! Download the Soybean Variety Guide Highlighter Tool
- Using data from the 2022 soybean variety trials, this excel tool auto-generates a highlighter test. Once you select a variety from the drop-down list on the right side of the spreadsheet, varieties that yielded significantly more than your selection will be highlighted in green and varieties that yielded significantly less will be highlighted in red based on each site’s individual LSD value.
- Within this spreadsheet, there are six sheets reporting data from the Eastern Manitoba Herbicide-Tolerant Soybeans, Western Manitoba Herbicide-Tolerant Soybeans, Eastern Manitoba Conventional Soybeans, Western Manitoba Conventional Soybeans, Eastern First-Year Entry and Western First-Year Entry Trials.
Soybean Protein by Variety
- 2019 Herbicide-Tolerant Soybean Protein – Eastern Manitoba
- 2019 Herbicide-Tolerant Soybean Protein – Western Manitoba
- 2019 Conventional Soybean Protein
- 2018 Herbicide-Tolerant Soybean Protein – Eastern Manitoba
- 2018 Herbicide-Tolerant Soybean Protein – Western Manitoba
- 2018 Conventional Soybean Protein
Field Pea Protein by Variety
- Long-Term Protein Analysis (2017-21)
- 2021 Pea Protein
- 2020 Pea Protein
- 2019 Pea Protein
- 2018 Pea Protein
2022 Variety Trial Locations
|Herbicide Tolerant Soybeans – Eastern Manitoba||Arborg, Beausejour, Carman, Morris, Portage la Prairie, St. Adolphe, Stonewall|
|Herbicide Tolerant Soybeans – Western Manitoba||Dauphin, Hamiota, Holland, Melita, Souris, Swan River|
|Conventional Soybeans – Eastern Manitoba||Arborg, Beausejour, Carman, Melita, Morris, Portage la Prairie, St. Adolphe, Stonewall|
|Conventional Soybeans – Western Manitoba||Melita, Swan River|
|First-Year Entry Soybeans||Carman, Hamiota, Melita, Morris, Souris, St. Adolphe|
|Dry Beans – Wide Rows||Carman, Morden, Portage la Prairie, Winkler|
|Dry Beans – Narrow Rows||Melita, Morden, Portage la Prairie, Souris, Swan River|
|Field Peas||Arborg, Carberry, Hamiota, Holland, Melita, Morden, Portage la Prairie, Roblin, Souris, Swan River|
|Faba Beans||Dauphin, Morden, Swan River|
Manitoba Pulse & Soybean Growers would like to thank the following organizations who assist with organizing, establishing and managing the crop variety evaluations:
- Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC)
- Canada-Manitoba Crop Diversification Centres (CMCDC)
- Manitoba Agriculture
- Manitoba Crop Variety Evaluation Team (MCVET)
- Murphy et al Inc.
- New Era Ag Technologies
- Parkland Crop Diversification Foundation (PCDF)
- Prairies East Sustainable Agriculture Initiative (PESAI)
- Westman Agriculture Development Organization (WADO)
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