Quality of western Canadian canola varieties 2016

Quality of composites of canola, No. 1 Canada - Brassica napus, by province and variety

Manitoba

Table contains variety, number of samples, data on oil, protein, chlorophyll, oil-free-meal protein content and glucosinolate
VarietyFootnote1 Number samples in composite OilFootnote2 ProteinFootnote3 Oil-free-meal protein contentFootnote4 Total glucosinolateFootnote5 Oil-free-meal glucosinolateFootnote6 ChlorophyllFootnote7
46H75 9 43.8 20.9 38.6 10 17.6 12
5440 26 43.0 20.8 37.7 11 20.3 11
74-44 BL 9 45.6 20.8 39.8 7 13.4 14
L130 13 42.9 21.1 38.2 10 18.7 8
L140P 59 42.6 21.1 38.0 12 20.7 6
L252 123 44.1 20.5 38.1 9 17.5 10

Saskatchewan

Table contains variety, number of samples, data on oil, protein, chlorophyll, oil-free-meal protein content and glucosinolate
VarietyFootnote1 Number samples in composite OilFootnote2 ProteinFootnote3 Oil-free-meal protein contentFootnote4 Total glucosinolateFootnote5 Oil-free-meal glucosinolateFootnote6 ChlorophyllFootnote7
1918 10 46.2 18.5 35.9 11 20.6 14
1990 11 45.3 18.5 35.3 10 19.2 13
45H33 19 44.3 20.3 37.9 12 22.9 11
45S56 10 46.6 19.9 39.0 10 19.4 9
5440 30 44.4 19.4 36.4 11 20.0 9
6074 RR 10 45.5 18.2 34.8 9 17.4 8
74-44 BL 35 46.9 18.9 37.3 7 13.6 11
75-65 RR 15 44.7 19.7 37.0 10 18.0 19
D3155C 12 45.5 19.0 36.4 12 22.3 15
L130 69 44.3 19.8 36.8 10 18.9 9
L140P 69 43.7 19.9 36.6 11 21.0 7
L159 13 44.6 19.2 36.0 10 18.9 14
L252 124 45.4 19.4 37.0 9 17.2 10
PV 530 G 17 46.4 18.6 36.3 10 19.2 16
PV 533 G 15 44.5 20.1 37.7 11 19.9 11

Alberta and Peace River B.C.

Table contains variety, number of samples, data on oil, protein, chlorophyll, oil-free-meal protein content and glucosinolate
VarietyFootnote1 Number samples in composite OilFootnote2 ProteinFootnote3 Oil-free-meal protein contentFootnote4 Total glucosinolateFootnote5 Oil-free-meal glucosinolateFootnote6 ChlorophyllFootnote7
45H33 24 44.1 20.7 38.4 12 22.0 16
6056 CR 10 43.5 20.9 38.3 12 21.5 14
74-44 BL 44 46.2 19.6 38.0 7 14.3 17
74-54 RR 8 44.3 20.6 38.4 10 17.8 24
75-65 RR 14 43.9 21.0 38.9 9 16.5 21
CS2000 14 43.9 20.3 37.5 12 21.4 14
L130 39 43.9 20.7 38.3 10 19.1 11
L135C 35 42.9 20.9 37.8 11 20.2 10
L140P 21 44.0 19.7 36.6 11 20.9 7
L241C 23 42.4 20.5 36.7 11 20.0 9
L252 70 45.1 19.6 37.3 9 17.4 10
PV 533 G 16 43.8 20.8 38.4 11 19.8 13

Fatty acid composition of composites of canola, No. 1 Canada - Brassica napus, by province and variety

Manitoba

Table contains variety, data on fatty acid composition, total saturates, and iodine value in the oil
VarietyFootnote1 Palmitic acidFootnote8 (C16:0) Stearic acidFootnote8 (C18:0) Oleic acidFootnote8 (C18:1) Linoleic acidFootnote8 (C18:2) α-Linoleic acidFootnote8 (C18:3) Erucic acidFootnote8 (C22:1) Total SaturatesFootnote9 acid Iodine valueFootnote10
46H75 3.6 1.7 63.4 19.1 8.4 0.00 6.5 111
5440 3.7 1.9 62.1 18.7 10.2 0.00 6.7 114
74-44 BL 4.2 1.7 62.4 19.5 9.0 0.00 7.0 112
L130 3.8 1.9 63.7 18.3 8.9 0.00 6.9 111
L140P 3.7 1.9 64.5 18.0 8.5 0.00 6.7 110
L252 4.1 1.8 61.0 20.2 9.7 0.00 6.9 114

Saskatchewan

Table contains variety, data on fatty acid composition, total saturates, and iodine value in the oil
VarietyFootnote1 Palmitic acidFootnote8 (C16:0) Stearic acidFootnote8 (C18:0) Oleic acidFootnote8 (C18:1) Linoleic acidFootnote8 (C18:2) α-Linoleic acidFootnote8 (C18:3) Erucic acidFootnote8 (C22:1) Total SaturatesFootnote9 acid Iodine valueFootnote10
1918 4.0 1.9 62.5 19.7 9.2 0.00 6.7 113
1990 4.1 1.8 63.1 18.5 8.8 0.17 7.1 111
45H33 4.2 1.7 62.5 19.7 8.5 0.04 7.0 111
45S56 3.8 1.7 62.8 18.7 9.5 0.00 6.7 113
5440 3.7 1.8 62.9 18.0 10.2 0.00 6.6 113
6074 RR 4.0 1.7 62.2 19.1 9.8 0.00 6.7 113
74-44 BL 4.3 1.6 61.7 19.9 9.3 0.00 6.9 113
75-65 RR 4.1 1.7 64.2 18.0 8.8 0.02 6.8 111
D3155C 4.1 1.7 63.4 18.7 8.8 0.00 6.9 111
L130 3.7 1.8 63.7 17.8 9.6 0.00 6.7 112
L140P 3.7 1.9 64.4 17.9 9.0 0.00 6.6 111
L159 3.9 1.8 62.1 18.8 10.1 0.00 6.8 114
L252 4.0 1.7 60.5 20.2 10.3 0.00 6.8 115
PV 530 G 4.0 1.7 62.5 19.2 9.5 0.02 6.8 113
PV 533 G 4.3 1.8 61.6 19.2 9.7 0.00 7.3 113

Alberta and Peace River B.C.

Table contains variety, data on fatty acid composition, total saturates, and iodine value in the oil
VarietyFootnote1 Palmitic acidFootnote8 (C16:0) Stearic acidFootnote8 (C18:0) Oleic acidFootnote8 (C18:1) Linoleic acidFootnote8 (C18:2) α-Linoleic acidFootnote8 (C18:3) Erucic acidFootnote8 (C22:1) Total SaturatesFootnote9 acid Iodine valueFootnote10
45H33 4.1 1.6 62.3 19.4 9.1 0.00 6.9 112
6056 CR 4.2 1.7 61.8 18.8 10.1 0.02 6.9 114
74-44 BL 4.3 1.6 61.4 19.8 9.8 0.00 6.9 114
74-54 RR 4.0 1.6 63.7 17.9 9.5 0.00 6.6 112
75-65 RR 4.0 1.6 63.3 18.2 9.5 0.00 6.6 112
CS2000 3.7 1.8 63.0 17.4 10.6 0.00 6.7 113
L130 3.7 1.8 63.4 17.8 10.0 0.00 6.6 113
L135C 3.8 1.7 61.5 18.7 10.8 0.00 6.6 115
L140P 3.6 1.9 65.1 17.2 9.0 0.01 6.6 111
L241C 3.8 1.9 62.1 18.2 10.7 0.00 6.8 114
L252 3.9 1.7 60.9 19.7 10.5 0.00 6.7 115
PV 533 G 4.3 1.8 61.7 19.0 9.7 0.00 7.3 113
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