Status: AHDB Candidate List 2018/19
Temptation has been re-drilled as a candidate in the hope that it will be recommended in December 2018. It is the first Turnip Yellow resistant variety to be sold by DSV in the UK. It is a restored hybrid with a gross output comparable to listed varieties and a considerable leap forward from first generation turnip yellow resistant varieties. Temptation demonstrates a high and consistent yield and an impressive oil content of 45.9%. Temptations best gross output came from Broughton in Hampshire (110%).
Turnip Yellow Virus (TuYV) has been a well-known threat to Oilseed Rape for over 30 years throughout Europe. This disease can cause a considerable loss of yield. Spread by the peach potato aphid (Myzus persicae) indications are that losses can be as high as 30%. Due to this, DSV have been breeding varieties with resistance to TuYV for over 10 years. It has become more of a concern throughout Europe, including the UK, due to the reduction in availability and restrictions in the use of key plant protection products.
It is a restored hybrid with a gross output comparable to listed varieties and is a considerable leap forward from first generation turnip yellow resistant varieties.
|Treated Seed Yield||100%|
AHDB Reccommended List - Candidate Varieties 2018
Temptation demonstrates a high and consistent yield and an impressive oil content of 45.9%. Temptation’s best gross output came from a crop at Broughton in Hampshire (101%). Temptation has strong winter hardiness reducing the impact of late frosts and snow cover. Its aggressive vigour is very noticeable in official and on farm trials.
It has good field disease resistance and has proven to be robust in UK conditions, with a light leaf spot score of 6 and a phoma stem canker score of 5. A high performance variety with low input management!
|Resistance to Lodging||8|
|Earliness to Flowering||4|
|Light Leaf Spot||6|
Sowing date and rate:
Temptation should be drilled between 40 to 50 seeds per m2, its vigorous autumn growth allows it to be drilled into the medium-late sowing period without any issues.