|Botanical Name:||Brassica napus|
Hans-Georg Lembke KG
Dietmar Brauer, Norddeutsche Pflanzenzücht, Holtsee, Germany
|Agent in Canada:||
DL Seeds Inc.
P.O. Box 2499
|Grant of Rights Date:||2012-06-06|
|Grant of Rights Termination Date:||2030-06-06|
Varieties used for comparison: 'Minot' and 'Reaper'
Summary: 'Rugby' has a medium number of lobes whereas 'Reaper' has very few. The depth of margin indentation of 'Rugby' is shallow whereas it is medium to deep on 'Minot'. The silique of 'Rugby' is longer than that of 'Reaper'. The silique beak of 'Rubgy' is shorter than that of both reference varieties. The silique pedicel of 'Rugby' is longer than that of both reference varieties.
PLANT: open pollinated, spring seasonal type, medium to tall at maturity
COTYLEDON: wide, medium length
LEAF: medium to dark green, medium number of lobes, rounded margin, shallow depth of margin indentations, medium length and width, medium length petiole
FLOWER PETALS: yellow, touching to overlapping spacing
SILIQUE: semi-erect attitude, long, medium width, short to medium length beak, medium to long pedicel
AGRONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS: medium to good resistance to lodging, resistant to Glyphosate
QUALITY CHARACTERISTICS: erucic acid is 0.02% of total fatty acids, oil content is 51.862% of whole dried seed, low glucosinolates (10.739 µmol/g)
Origin & Breeding History: 'Rugby' (experimental designation 30608-A5) is the result of the cross '6.017.026' x 'PF1857/95RR' conducted in Hohenlieth, Germany in 2002. It was developed using the pedigree breeding method using the selection criteria including quality traits, Glyphosate tolerance, blackleg tolerance and agronomic characteristics.
Tests & Trials: The tests and trials for 'Rugby' were conducted at the DL Seeds Sunvalley Research Farm in Morden, Manitoba during the summers of 2009 and 2010. Plots consisted of 3 replicates/variety arranged in a RCB design with each replicate consisting of 6 rows, measuring 6.0 metres in length with a row spacing of 17 centimeters. Plots were spaced approximately 0.3 meters apart. Measured characteristics were based on 40 measurements for cotyledon characteristics, 30 measurements for plant height and leaf characteristics and 60 measurements for silique, beak and pedicel characteristics.
Comparison tables for 'Rugby' with reference varieties 'Minot' and 'Reaper'
Silique length (mm)
Silique beak length (mm)
Silique pedicel length (mm)
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