• Early maturing summer turnip (55-90 days after sowing)
  • High yield potential
  • Tankard bulb shape with excellent crop utilisation (90%)
  • Improved turnip mosaic virus tolerance
  • Pair alongside the later maturing Cleancrop™ bulb turnip for 60 days of feed
  • Reduce your costs per kilogram of dry matter
  • Short 3-month pasture plant back time
Farm Type
  • Sowing Rate 2 kg/ha
  • Days to Grazing From 55 to 90
  • Growing Seasons Spring, Summer
  • Grazing Seasons Summer, Autumn
  • Potential Yield 15,000 kgDM/ha
  • Utilisation 90%

Toto turnip is a high-yielding, summer and autumn bulb turnip with early maturity, allowing it to be grazed from 55 days after sowing. A tankard bulb shape alongside great bulb softness promotes excellent crop utilisation by stock. Toto is also part of the Cleancrop™ Brassica System with the added benefit of herbicide tolerance trait, which allows the application of Telar® herbicide at both pre- and post-emergence for excellent weed control.

Bulb type: Tankard
Plant maturity: Early
Number of grazings: 1



Owl Farm are pleased with the results from their summer brassicas. “We wanted to get the best value out of the crop,” says Jo Sheridan, Owl Farm’s Demonstration Manager. “Producing a good crop costs as much as a poor crop, so it was important we looked after the crops to maximise yield.”

Growing a cultivar that maximises yield in a short time frame, such as Cleancrop™ Toto turnip, is a great way to reduce the cost per kilogram of dry matter. Owl Farm yielded the crops on 17 December 2019, 55 days after sowing, and interestingly, Cleancrop™ Toto turnip had yielded around 25% more tonnes of dry matter (DM) per hectare (ha) than Barkant® turnip.

Tom Buckley, Owl Farm’s Farm Manager, was impressed with these results. “Even with the extremely dry conditions this summer the crop was valuable. We managed to get eleven weeks of feed out of our eleven hectares of crop - that was 3 kgDM/cow/day from crops that yielded, on average, 10 tDM/ha.” Compare this with Barkant® turnip, which had only yielded around 8 tDM/ha in the same paddock.