The AHDB Recommended Lists for cereals and oilseeds (RL) publications and resources provide information on yield and quality performance, agronomic features and market options to assist with variety selection.

Recommended Lists for cereals and oilseeds 2022/23 (summer edition)


RL tables

Quick links

*RL 2022/23 was launched online on 29 November 2021.

The booklet editions were released on 10 January 2022 (winter edition) and 16 May 2022 (summer edition). 

Printed versions of the summer edition will be available to order from June 2022.


Online tables






Further resources and information


Understanding and using the RL

What are the types of list? What does ‘scope of recommendation’ mean? How are yields and disease ratings calculated? Our 'using the RL' page answers these questions (and more) to help you get the most out of the lists.

Using the RL

Produced each year, the RL publications are based on the analysis of hundreds of UK trials conducted across several years. Explore our 'project and protocols' page for information on the trials and the decision-making process, including the reasons for adding and removing varieties from RL.

RL project and protocols page

RL archive


RL Harvest Results

Access the latest information from AHDB Recommended List trials, including sowing lists and Harvest Result data. Or sign up to Harvest Results – our e-newsletter sent out regularly during harvest.

Visit the Harvest Results page


RL app and variety selection tool

Adding value to the online tables and booklet, our RL app provides a powerful and pint-sized way to deliver variety data to your fingertips.

Recommended Lists app

Use the variety selection tool to navigate RL trial data, make comparisons and identify the most promising varieties for your unique situation.

Variety selection tool



RL partnership

The RL project is managed by a consortium of AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds, BSPBMAGB and UKFM. Funding for the trials and tests is provided by AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds but the production of the RL would be impossible without the contribution and support of the industry.


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