Manor

Canola

Denomination: 'Manor'
Botanical Name: Brassica napus
Applicant/Holder: Norddeutsche Pflanzenzücht
Hans-Georg Lembke KG
Hohenlieth, D-24363
Holtsee
Germany
Breeder: Dietmar Brauer, Norddeutsche Pflanzenzücht, Holtsee, Germany
Agent in Canada: DL Seeds Inc.
P.O. Box 2499
25028 Road 17N
Morden, Manitoba
R6M 1C2
Canada
Tel: 204-331-3611
Application Date: 2005-05-02
Application Number: 05-4830
Date abandoned: 2009-05-07

Variety Description

Varieties used for comparison: '45A71' and '1604'

Summary: 'Manor' has a longer silique and beak than '1604'. The pedicel of 'Manor' is longer than '45A71'.

Description:

PLANT: medium cotyledon width, short height

LEAF: medium green, few to medium number of lobes present, sharp margin, medium depth dentations of the margin, short to medium length, narrow

FLOWER: yellow

POD: very short to short silique, short beak, short to medium length pedicel
SEED: black

AGRONOMY: fair to good lodging resistance
QUALITY: erucic acid 0.03 % of total fatty acids, and low glucosinolates 13.29 µmol/g

CHEMICAL REACTION: resistant to imidazolinone herbicides

Origin & Breeding History: 'Manor' was derived from the cross, DS 1-5298.001 x DS 1-5299.001 which took place in 1995 in Holeby, Denmark. From 1995 to 1997 single seed descent occurred with a final selfing in 1997 to bring it to the F5 generation. In 1998 the first field observations in unreplicated plots were taken in Morden, Manitoba with selection criteria of imi-tolerance, agronomic and quality characteristics. From 1999-2000 replicated yield and spray trials were set up with selection for yield, blackleg tolerance, agronomy and quality characteristics. In 2000, glasshouse multiplication from selfed plants was performed. From 2001-2002 the variety was entered in the Western Co-op trials. Experimental designation was 163-12.

Tests & Trials: Test and trials were conducted in the summers of 2004, 2005, and 2006 at the Elora Research Station, Elora, Ontario. Plots consisted of 4 rows spaced 40 centimeters apart and a row length of 5 meters. There were two replicates arranged in a RCB design.


Comparison tables for 'Manor' with reference varieties '45A71' and '1604'

Means are based on a three year average of 60 plant parts for silique, beak and pedicel characteristics. Differences are significant at the 2% probability level based on LSD values.

Silique length (mm)

  'Manor' '45A71' '1604'
mean 57.57 58.30 51.88
std. deviation (LSD=2.0659) 7.32 9.18 7.13

Beak length (mm)

  'Manor' '45A71' '1604'
mean 9.41 8.71 8.36
std. deviation (LSD=0.6458) 30.20 1.88 2.16

Pedicel length (mm)

  'Manor' '45A71' '1604'
mean 21.90 19.51 22.61
std. deviation (LSD=1.4733) 6.21 5.25 5.23
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