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Cereals and oilseeds variety data in your pocket

Friday, 26 April 2019

The AHDB Recommended Lists (RL) pocketbook publications for 2019/20 are now online. 

Available for wheat, barley and oats, and winter oilseed rape, the pocketbooks provide summary information* on Recommended and Candidate varieties.

With a variety per page, the format is particularly helpful for use at variety open events.

Hard copies can picked up at AHDB-supported events, across England, Scotland and Northern Ireland, this summer. Event details are published at (search ‘Arable Connections’).

The publications will also be available at the Cereals 2019 event, which takes place on 12–13 June 2019 in Lincolnshire.

What's inside?

Wheat (spring and winter)

  • Recommended nabim group and feed wheat varieties (soft- and hard-milling), and Candidates

Barley and oats (spring and winter)

  • Recommended malting and feed barley varieties, and Candidates
  • Recommended husked and huskless (naked) oat varieties, and Candidates

Oilseed rape (winter)

  • Recommended varieties for the UK (both East/West and North regions), and Described and Candidate varieties

*The information used in the pocketbooks is extracted from the RL for cereals and oilseeds 2019/20 booklet. The RL provides information on yield and quality performance, agronomic features and market options to assist with variety selection.

Get your copy

To download the pocketbooks, visit

Hard copies, which will be available from May, can be ordered via: