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107 (FloRunTM) was released by the University of Florida . It is a medium maturing (133-140 days), high oleic runner market-type peanut variety with normal runner seed size similar to Florunner and Georgia Green. It has excellent resistance to TSWV. The variety is protected by the high oleic patent. The variety may be propagated by licensed producers only. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed. Variety Producers
25R25 (XW12L) was released by Pioneer Hi-Bred International. It is an awned soft red, winter wheat. 25R25 shows good resistance to fungal leaf blights, Fusarium head blight (scab), powdery mildew, and soil-borne mosaic virus. 25R25 has a semi-erect juvenile growth habit with a green, recurved, twisted flag leaf with wax present at boot. Glume color is tan and anthocyanin is present at maturity. Average plant height is 34 inches. 25R25 has shown best adaptation to the Northern U.S. and Ontario Canada soft wheat regions. U.S. VARIETY PROTECTION APPLIED FOR Variety Producers
25R32 was released by Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc.. It is a soft red winter wheat with a prostrate juvenile growth habit with recurved, twisted flag leaf. It averages 132 days to heading. It has yellow anthers. It has a tapering, nodding spike that is awned. It averages 37 inches in height. It has resistance to Fusarium head blight, stripe rust, and powdery mildew. It has average resistance to leaf rust and leaf blights. It has resistance to Hessian fly H9 and H10. US PROTECTED VARIETY Variety Producers
25R50 (XW12K) was released by Pioneer Hi-Bred International. It is an apically awnletted soft red, winter wheat. 25R50 shows good resistance to leaf rust, Fusarium head blight (scab), stripe rust, and powdery mildew. 25R50 has a semi-erect juvenile growth habit with a green, erect, twisted flag leaf with wax present at boot. Glume color is tan and anthocyanin is absent at maturity. Average plant height is 33 inches. 25R50 has shown best adaptation to the Northern U.S. and Ontario Canada soft wheat regions. U.S. VARIETY PROTECTION APPLIED FOR Variety Producers
26R10 was released by Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc. Soft red winter wheat that has shown adaptation to the soft red winter wheat growing regions of the southeastern and mid-southern U.S., approximately south of the Ohio River. It has shown very good stripe rust resistance. It exhibits good resistance to leaf rust, soil-borne mosaic virus, and wheat spindle streak mosaic virus. It has shown slightly below average resistance to Fusarium head blight (scab). 26R10 has resistance to biotype L of Hessian fly from the H13 resistance gene. It is a later maturity with an average of 122 days to heading. 26R10 has a semi-erect juvenile growth habit. Leaf color is Green with a waxy present recurved twisted flag leaf at boot. It is an awned plant with an Ovate seed shape. US PROTECTED VARIETY Variety Producers
26R12 was released by Pioneer Hi-bred International, Inc., A Dupont Company in 2003. It is a medium maturity variety with medium plant height. Stem color is tan, flag leaf is recurved and not twisted, and plant color is green at boot growth stage. Head density is mid-dense, head shape is tapering, and head color is tan at maturity. Head is awned. The variety is resistant to leaf rust, powdery mildew, and Septoria. It is tolerant to Hessian fly race E. US PROTECTED VARIETY Variety Producers
26R15 was released by Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc. in 2003. It is a medium maturity wheat variety with medium-short plant height. Stem color is yellow, flag leaf is erect and twisted, and leaf color is green at boot growth stage. Head density is mid-dense, head shape is tapering, and head color is tan at maturity. Head is awned, with medium-long awn length. 26R15 is resistant to leaf rust, powdery mildew, soil borne wheat and wheat spindle streak mosaic viruses, Septoria blotch, and tan spot. US PROTECTED VARIETY – 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
26R20 was released by Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc.. Soft red winter wheat with a semi-erect growth habit with recurved, twisted flag leaf. It averages 129 days to heading. It has yellow anthers. It has an oblong, inclined spike that is awned. It averages 38 inches in height. Good resistance to leaf rust, stripe rust, and powdery mildew. It has average resistance to spindle streak mosaic, soil-borne mosaic, and leaf blights.US PROTECTED VARIETY Variety Producers
26R22 was released by Pioneer Hi-bred International, Inc. It is a medium maturity wheat variety that has excellent resistance to stripe rust and good resistance to powdery mildew. The leaf color at booting is green and the flag leaf is erect, twisted, and has a slight waxy bloom. US PROTECTED VARIETY Variety Producers
26R24 was released by Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc. It is a medium-early maturity, medium height, high yielding, excellent test weight wheat. 26R24 has very good overall disease resistance. US PROTECTED VARIETY – 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
26R31 was released by Pioneer Hi-bred International, Inc. in 2005. It is a medium maturity wheat variety. Plant height is medium. Flag leaf is erect and twisted, and leaf color is green at boot growth stage. Head shape is oblong. Head is apically awnletted. US PROTECTED VARIETY – 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
26R36 was released by DuPont Pioneer. It is a soft red winter wheat. Its best adaptation has been shown to be in the Southern soft wheat regions. Has shown strong resistance to leaf rust, stripe rust, Fusarium head blight (scab) and soil-borne mosaic virus. Juvenile growth habit is semi-erect, leaf color at boot is green; flag leaf at boot is erect, twisted, with wax present. Anthocyanin is present. Plant height is 35-36 inches with awned heads and medium glume length that is white/amber. Variety Producers
26R41 was released by Pioneer Hi-Bred International. It is an awned soft red winter wheat. It has excellent resistance to stripe rust and very good resistance to powdery mildew and leaf rust. Also is resistant to straw lodging with good straw strength. It has high yield potential and high test weight. Well adapted to southern soft wheat growing regions. Average plant height is 33 inches. US PROTECTED VARIETY Variety Producers
26R45 was released by Pioneer Hi-Bred International. It is an apically awnletted soft red, winter wheat. 26R45 is a medium tall height plant with an erect juvenile growth habit. The flag leaf is erect and twisted with a wax present, and the leaf color is green at boot growth stage. Head density is mid-dense, head shape is tapering, and head color is tan at maturity. 26R45 has excellent resistant to stripe rust and very good resistance to powdery mildew and leaf rust. 26R45 has excellent yield potential and test weight. 26R45 has very good straw lodging resistance. 26R45 has shown adaptation to the southern soft wheat growing regions. US PLANT VARIETY PROTECTION APPLIED FOR. Variety Producers
26R53 was released by Pioneer Hi-Bred International. It is an awned soft red, winter wheat. It has excellent resistance to stripe rust and straw lodging. Also has very good leaf rust resistance. It has high yield potential and high test weight. Well adapted to southern soft wheat growing regions. Average plant height is 33 inches. US PROTECTED VARIETY Variety Producers
26R58 was released by Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc., A Dupont Company in 2003. It is a medium maturity variety with medium plant height. Stem color is yellow, flag leaf is erect and twisted, and plant color is green at boot growth stage. Head density is mid-dense, head shape is oblong, and head color is tan at maturity. Head is awned. The variety is resistant to leaf rust, powdery mildew, and Septoria. US PROTECTED VARIETY – 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
26R59 was released by DuPont Pioneer. It is a soft red winter wheat. Has shown very good resistance to stripe rust and powdery mildew as well as better than average resistance to leaf rust and fungal leaf blights. It has shown best adaptation to the southern US soft wheat regions. Juvenile plant growth is semi-erect. At the boot stage it has green leaf color, wax is present and flag leaf is erect and twisted. Spike is mid dense and tapering with an apically awnletted glume. US VARIETY PROTECTION APPLIED FOR. Variety Producers
26R61 was released by Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc. It is an early maturity, high yielding, high test weight, moderately tall wheat. It has strong resistance to leaf blight, leaf rust, powdery mildew, and spindle streak mosaic virus. US PROTECTED VARIETY - 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
26R87 is a soft red winter wheat. Plant height is short. It is early heading with resistance to soil borne wheat mosaic. It is susceptible to barley yellow dwarf virus. US PROTECTED VARIETY Variety Producers
26R94 It is a high grain yielding, medium maturing, awned, excellent test weight, medium height line. Its maturity averages about 1 day later than AGS 2035. Juvenile plant growth is erect. At the boot stage, it is blue-green plant color with waxy stems and flag leaves are erect and twisted. GA 04570-10E46 has good resistance to leaf rust, stripe rust, powdery mildew and wheat soil-borne mosaic virus resistance. GA 04570-10E46 has good Hessian fly resistance to current predominately biotypes in Georgia. Phenol test indicated brown color U.S. VARIETY PROTECTION APPLIED FOR Variety Producers
336 was released by Resource Seeds, Inc.. 336 is a hexaploid winter-type triticale for grazing, silage, boot-stage hay, and grain production. It is most similar in appearance to Presto but shorter. 336 is awned and mid-maturity. 336 is green at booting with leaves that are glossy and semi-upright. The flag leaf is generally erect and twisted, although the flag leaf of about 20% of the plants may not appear twisted. Spikes are mid-dense and brown to very light brown at maturity. Glumes are glabrous, long, and mid-wide.
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9511 was released by Syngenta Seeds, Inc in 2005. It is a soft red winter wheat with an early to mid-season maturity. Flag leaf is recurved, twisted and has a waxy bloom. At booting the plant color is green. Heads are apically awnletted and plant height is medium tall. This variety is moderately resistant to leaf rust, soil borne mosaic virus, Fusarium, and wheat spindle streak virus; it is moderately susceptible to powdery mildew. It is susceptible to Hessian Fly. US VARIETY PROTECTION APPLIED FOR and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed – 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
9700 was released by AgriPro. It is an early maturity soft red winter wheat. Plant height is medium short with flag leaf at boot stage that is erect and twisted. Head shape is tapering and apically awnletted. It is moderately resistant to stripe rust. It is moderately resistant to field races of leaf rust in its adopted areas. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a class of Certified Seed. Variety Producers
A-1 is a creeping bentgrass that has a very dark coloration, with a fine leaf texture. A-1 has a high tolerance to the heat and cold, with a very good winter color and spring green-up. A-1 also has a superior disease resistance. Variety Producers
AGS 2035 is a medium maturity soft red winter wheat similar to AGS 2000 in Georgia. The variety has good yields and straw strength. It has resistance to leaf rust, stripe rust and moderate resistance to powdery mildew and soil–borne mosaic virus. It is resistant to Hessian fly biotypes found in Georgia. US PROTECTED VARIETY– 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
ALBION is a strawberry variety that is day-neutral (everbearing) and is a cross between Diamante and Cal 94.16-1. Leaves have shorter petiole length and typically have heavy pubescence. Leaves also don’t have as much concavity and have more rounded serrations. The primary flowers have 5-8 petals and this variety will bloom independently of the day length, as long as the conditions are suitable. Initiation of blooming varies on the weather and can be within 6 weeks after planting up to 3-4 months. The fruit has a more conical shape, is firmer, more uniform, and fairly large. The fruit has a sweet taste with moderate acid levels. Variety Producers
AMAZE 10 s a moderately early heading, long awned, six-row, winter hulless barley, having white seed color, strapped head shape, high grain yield, and good straw strength. Average plant height is 36". Winter hardiness is better than average. Amaze 10 has a high grain protein concentration which should make it superior in nutritional value as a feed grain. As a feed grain, it is superior overall in comparison to other hulless cultivars. US PROTECTED VARIETY and is exclusively licensed by Virginia Tech Intellectual Property Office. Variety Producers
AP 1871E It is a medium height, medium maturing, awned soft red winter wheat. AP 1871E has excellent winter hardiness, standability, and test weights. This variety has good resistance to Barley Yellow Dwarf and Stripe Rust. It has moderate resistance to Stem Rust and Septoria Leaf blotch. It has resistance to Hessian fly biotypes B, D, L, and O. It is Susceptible to Hessian fly biotype C. It is adapted well to the eastern wheat growing region. Licensed to Harvey Fertilizer and Gas Co. and may not be propagated or sold without their permission. U.S. PROTECTED VARIETY. US Plant Patent Applied for. Variety Producers
AP 1882E It is a medium height, medium-late maturing, awned soft red winter wheat. AP 1882E has excellent standability and test weights. This variety has good resistance to Leaf Rust, Powdery Mildew, Scab, and Barley Yellow Dwarf. It has moderate resistance to Stem Rust, Septoria Glume Blotch, and Septoria Leaf blotch. It has moderate resistance to Hessian fly biotype O. It is Susceptible to Hessian fly biotype B, C, D, and L. It is adapted well to the eastern wheat growing region. Licensed to Harvey Fertilizer and Gas Co. and may not be propagated or sold without their permission. U.S. PROTECTED VARIETY. US Plant Patent Applied for. Variety Producers
AP 1933 is a soft red winter wheat that is medium early maturity group, medium height, with an awnless head type. Has good straw strength and test weight. Good resistance to powdery mildew and barley yellow dwarf virus. Licensed to Harvey Fertilizer and Gas Co. and may not be propagated or sold without their permission. Variety Producers
AP 1947 is a soft red winter wheat that is medium maturity, medium-short height, and awnless head. Good straw strength, winter hardiness, and test weight. Good resistance to stem and leaf rust, powdery mildew, Septoria glume blotch, barley yellow dwarf virus. Licensed to Harvey Fertilizer and Gas Co. and may not be propagated or sold without their permission. Variety Producers
AP 1950 It is a medium- tall height, medium-early maturing, awned soft red winter wheat. It has good winter hardiness, and standability. It has excellent test weights. This variety has good resistance to leaf rust, powdery mildew, Septoria glume blotch, and stem rust. AP 1950 is licensed to Harvey Fertilizer and Gas Co. and may not be propagated or sold without their permission. US PROTECTED VARIETY is pending Variety Producers
AP-4 is a medium maturity, large seeded peanut variety with good resistance to tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV). The variety has a competitive pod yield and excellent seed grade. AP-4 has demonstrated very good pod yield potential. AP-4 has moderate resistance to white mold. Plants of AP-4 have a prostrate growth habit with a semi-prominent main stem typical of runner cultivars. AP-4 is considered to have medium relative maturity. The seed weight of AP-4 is larger than the historical runner market-type. In five years of trials compared to Georgia Green, AP-4 had fewer medium and more jumbo kernels. Variety Producers
APPALACHIAN WHITE was released by USDA. is a hard white winter wheat. It is awned, semi-dwarf, with white chaff. It heads on the average 115 days after January 1. It has good stalk strength, good winter hardiness. It averages 35 inches in height. It has moderate resistance to yellow dwarf virus, powdery mildew, Fusarium head blight, stagonospora nodorum head blight, and leaf rust. It has good Hessian fly resistance but is resistant to stripe rust. It has moderate susceptibility to stem rust. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a class of Certified Seed Variety Producers
ARCADIA is an awned soft red winter wheat developed by Syngenta Seeds, Inc. It is an early maturing, semi-dwarf wheat with moderate resistance to moderate susceptibility to prevalent races of leaf and stripe rusts. Arcadia is susceptible to powdery mildew and Hessian fly and moderately susceptible to Septoria trittici. US PROTECTED VARIETY – can be sold only as a class of Certified Seed – 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
ARCIA was released by North Carolina Agricultural Research Service in 1996. It is a winter triticale. Arcia is a high-yielding, early to midseason maturing cultivar with excellent test weight and kernel size for a triticale. The juvenile growth habit is prostrate. The leaves are glabrous and semi-waxy with a light tan color at maturity. The spike is awned, dense, and fusiform with good fertility. The glumes are light tan to yellow with pubescence along the edges only. There is no detectable shattering at maturity. It shows good winter hardiness and standability. This variety is licensed by NCSU - Agricultural Research Services
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ATLANTIC is licensed by Sod Solutions, Inc., is a green-stemmed Zoysia japonica that fills in rapidly from a vegetative planting. It produces a seed head that is yellow in color (some may consider it lighter and call it white). Its rapid grow-in rate is comparable to another Sod Solutions variety, Empire Zoysia. In other comparisons to Empire, Atlantic, with its lighter green color, displays average leaf blade lengths that are slightly shorter and average leaf blade widths that are slightly wider/coarser than Empire. PLANT PATENT PENDING Variety Producers
BAILEY is a Virginia-type peanut with a flavor profile similar to the runner-type flavor standard Florunner. Its characteristics include an alternate branching pattern, medium green foliage, and an intermediate runner growth habit. Bailey produces a medium Virginia- type seed and a high content of fancy pods. Studies have indicated that it is partially resistant to early leafspot, Cylindrocladium black rot, Sclerotinia blight, and tomato spotted wilt virus. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed. Variety Producers
BALDWIN is a variety of common wheat, developed by University of Georgia Research Foundation, Inc. It is a medium-late maturing, awned soft red winter wheat and medium in height with excellent test weight. It has resistance to leaf rust, stripe rust, powdery mildew, and septoria nodorum blotch. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a class of Certified Seed Variety Producers
BAYOU BELLE (LA 07-146) is a new deep orange flesh, red/purple skinned sweet potato. Sugar content is similar to Evangeline; however it has a more firm texture when baked. Production characteristics in plant beds are similar to ‘Beauregard’ but it consistently yields 10 % higher than ‘Beauregard’. Shape is slightly improved over ‘Beauregard’, but root to root variability does exist. The days to harvest are similar to ‘Beauregard’. Disease characteristics are similar to ‘Beauregard’ except for higher levels of resistance to root knot nematode. PLANT PROTECTION APPLIED FOR, sub-license required to produce in NC, acreage fees apply. Variety Producers
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BEAUREGARD was released by Louisiana Agricultural Experiment Station. It is a good plant producer. The roots have a rose-colored skin and orange flesh. The roots do not become round in heavier soils it is however prone to becoming long and often irregularly shaped in lighter soils, usually when planting conditions are dry. Yield is very good and it stores well. The variety is resistant to Streptomyces soil rot and is susceptible to root-knot nematode. Normally ready to harvest in 100-110 days. Suitable for early planting. Variety Producers
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BELLEVUE (LA 06-52) is an orange flesh, light copper skinned sweet potato released by the LSU Ag Center. The skin is lighter than ‘Beauregard’ and remarkably smooth with few lenticels, grooves or lateral root scars. The flesh is uniformly deep orange and a bright color when baked. The sugar content in baked Bellevue is similar to that found in ‘Beauregard’. It displays a highly consistent, uniform root shape, excellent pack out percentage, and excellent storage life. It is particularly well suited to sandy environments where southern root-knot nematode is a problem and quality shape elusive. Bellevue is resistant to Fusarium wilt, highly resistant to Root knot nematode, resistant to soil rot, intermediate resistant to Rhizopus soft rot, and very susceptible to Bacterial soft rot. PLANT PROTECTION APPLIED FOR, sub-license required to produce in NC, acreage fees apply. Variety Producers
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BEST OF BLUE is a fescue/bluegrass blend of Kentucky bluegrass varieties ‘Prosperity’, ‘Midnight Star’ and ‘Moonbeam’ This brand is marketed by Buy Sod. Variety Producers
BISH was released by North Carolina Agricultural Research Service in 2002. (Experimental variety name NC95-08) It is a plasticulture-adapted variety developed from the cross FL87-210 / Delmarvel. The plant’s characteristics are very similar to Delmarvel and it produces more fruit and larger fruit. Bish is significantly more resistant to anthracnose fruit rot (Colletotrichum acutatum) in comparison with standard plasticulture varieties. It is equal to or better than Chandler for all fruit traits (appearance, firmness, symmetry, skin color, flesh color, skin toughness, flavor) except flesh color. It has better flavor than Camarosa, and is equal to or better for appearance, symmetry and skin color. Flesh color, fruit firmness and skin toughness are adequate. Bish is best adapted from the southern Appalachians up through the Middle Atlantic states. Variety Producers
BLACK BEAUTY was developed by Cascade Research and is a seed blend of three different grasses: Ebony, Taos, and Black Magic. This dark green grass as a thicker cuticle layer covering the leaves which assist in a more drought, heat and cold, disease, and abuse tolerate plant. It has an upright growth habit and a low growing crown. Establishment is more difficult and germination is slower. Initial growth is slower which requires less mowing and fertilizing. Variety Producers
BLUE HEAT PLUS It is a blend of tall fescue and bluegrass varieties with heat and drought tolerances. This brand is marketed by Buy Sod. Blend info available from certification upon request to grower. Variety Producers
BLUE HEAT™ is a blend of tall fescue and bluegrass varieties with heat and drought tolerances. This brand is marketed by Buy Sod. Blend info available from certification upon request to grower. Variety Producers
BOMASTER switchgrass was cooperatively developed as a cultivar by the USDA- Agricultural Research Service and the North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC and released November 2006. BoMaster is adapted to the Southeastern US and has potential as a forage or biomass crop. BoMaster is an eight-clone synthetic which was selected for its high biomass and high cell-wall production. Variety Producers
BONITA demonstrates superior disease resistance to southern root-knot nematode, and exhibits a brighter white flesh and a drier flesh compared to O’Henry. It also demonstrates high yield characteristics in comparison to O’Henry and has a mid to late growing season. Bonita exhibited superior flesh color, smoother root surface, and a drier, sweeter flesh. Bonita storage roots have a tan skin with a pink cast at harvest, pink fades to tan after storage. The white flesh is more consistent with less color variation in comparison to O’Henry which has an orange cast. Sucrose content in Bonita is double that of O’Henry and makes for a slightly sweet flavor; total sugars are similar, but slightly higher for Bonita. Variety Producers
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BOONE was released by North Carolina Agricultural Research Service. It is a short awned variety with early maturity and excellent yield potential. Unlike some awned types, this variety has brittle awns and threshes very easily. Boone has medium test weight, and fair straw strength. It has good leaf rust resistance and poor mildew resistance, but has produced good yields even where mildew was a major factor. Boone is susceptible to loose smut. Variety Producers
BRANSON was released by AgriPro Coker. It is a soft red winter wheat that is awnless with a short/medium plant height. It has resistance to biotype E,O of the hessian fly. It has some level of resistance to leaf rust, powdery mildew, Fusarium, soilborne mosaic virus, leaf blotch. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a class of Certified Seed – 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
BRANTLEY was released by the North Carolina Agricultural Research Service in 2005 (experimental variety N00090ol). It is a virginia-type peanut with high oleic acid content in its seed oil, essentially derived from variety ‘NC 7’. Brantley has alternate branching pattern, intermediate runner growth habit, medium green foliage, large seeds with light pink testa. Yield, value per acre, flavor, grade, agronomic performance, disease reactions, and maturity are similar to NC 7. Oleic acid content is 79.1% compared to 55.9% with normal-oleic NC 7. Linoleic acid content is 4.3% compared to 25.1% with normal-oleic NC 7. Oleic/Linoleic acid ratio is 21.8 compared to 2.3% with normal-oleic NC 7. The high-oleic acid trait is protected by US Utility Patent (U.S. Patent Nos. 5,922,390, 6,063,984, and 6,121,472). US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed - 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
BROOKS was released by the North Carolina Agricultural Research Service. It is a medium early variety that has medium height, excellent yield, and fair lodging resistance. It has good winter hardiness. Brooks has tolerance to barley yellow dwarf virus and good resistance to soil-borne mosaic. It has poor resistance to Crown rust. This variety offers a new level of overall protein production; data indicates at least 25% advantage in pounds of protein per acre over most other varieties. Good smut resistance. Variety Producers
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BURGUNDY – (LA 04-175) is a red skinned, orange flesh, high yielding sweetpotato released by the LSU Ag Center. Burgundy has resistance to Streptomyces soil rot, Fusarium wilt (stem rot) and southern root-knot nematode. It matures equal to or slightly earlier than ‘Beauregard’. Burgundy demonstrates a level of sweetness and moisture similar to ‘Beauregard’. PLANT PROTECTION APPLIED FOR, sub-license required to produce in NC, acreage fees apply. Variety Producers
BUY SOD MIXTURE is a blend of tall fescue and bluegrass varieties with heat and drought tolerance. This brand is marketed by Buy Sod. Blend info available from certification upon request to grower.

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CABALLO was released by North Carolina Agricultural Research Service. It is a hulless winter oat variety that has high test weight. It is susceptible to crown rust. Caballo is three days earlier than Brooks and shorter then most other oat varieties. Depending upon the growing environment, threshed seed lots of Caballo may contain over 50% hulled grains. US VARIETY PROTECTED – 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
CAMAROSA was released by University of California. It is a strawberry variety developed from Douglas / Cal 85.218-605. Plant growth is similar to ‘Chandler’. Compared to Chandler, leaf color is distinctly lighter on the underside. Individual leaflets for Camarosa are larger, somewhat longer and narrower than for Chandler. Leaves (including petioles) are similar in length to Chandler, but are much broader. Petioles are thicker and stiffer than those of Chandler. Color of Camarosa leaves are darker green in comparison with Chandler. Leaves of Camarosa are less concave than leaves of Chandler. US Plant Patent PP 8,708. Variety Producers
CAMINO REAL is a new and distinct short-day strawberry cultivar. Attractive mostly symmetrical-conic fruit of very good quality typically is formed in a good yield. The fruit flavor is good and the fraction of non-marketable fruit tends to be low. The growth habit is very compact. Relatively small broad concave leaflets are formed that display semi-pointed serrations. Variety Producers
CAROLINA RUBY was released by North Carolina Agricultural Research Service. It is an excellent plant producer, has high levels of resistance to Fusarium wilt, moderate resistance to soil rot but is susceptible to root-knot nematode. Yield is equal to or better than Jewel. Roots are bright red in color with very smooth skin, flesh is deep orange, and roots are fusiform and somewhat blocky. The leaves are heart shaped and green. Vines and petioles are green with light purple at the apex of the petiole. It stores well with few rots and little weight loss in storage. Carolina Ruby matures in 95 - 100 days. Variety Producers
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CAROLINA WHITE It is an awnletted soft white winter wheat bred to meet the needs of the Carolina Ground organic flour mill in Asheville, North Carolina. Carolina White is adapted to Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, Tennessee, and the Carolinas. Carolina White provides high grain yield and test weight combined with resistance to leaf rust and moderate resistance to powdery mildew. It is moderately tolerant to Barley Yellow Dwarf Virus (BYDV), moderately resistant to Fusarium Head Blight (FHB), but susceptible to Biotypes B, C, D, O, and L of Hessian fly. NC-White may be licensed through North Carolina State University and can only be produced as a Foundation or Certified class of seed. Variety Producers
CAVALIER was released by Texas A & M University in 1996/97. CAVALIER is a variety of Zoysia matrella, has white stigmas, absence of leaf blade hairs, resistant to fall armyworm and a distinct DNA fingerprint. It has rhizome and stolon growth. Leaf blades are rolled in the bud, and are flat and stiff. Leaf blade length ranges from 58.9 to 60.7 mm and from 1.33 to 1.79 mm in width. The ligule is a row of silky hairs, approximately 2.1 mm in length on the longest hairs. It is fine-textured high density turf, with long slender leaves noted specifically for high quality, uniformity of appearance, and distinct summer presentation. It has excellent shade tolerance, moderate to low water use, and good salt tolerance. US PLANT PATENT (PP10,778, Feb 2, 1999). Variety Producers
CC 13 is a flue-cured tobacco hybrid with K326 and R681 similarities. It is a cross between RJR P3 and RJR MS 1 with N. sueveolens sterility. It has K326, K346, RG 81 and NOD 9 genes. Variety Producers
CC 143 is a typical flue-cured F1 hybrid with pyramidal plant shape, morphologically similar to K 326. At flowering, plants carry between 24 and 35, lanceolate, sessile leaves (with glandular trichomes) arranged alternately on the stalk. Flowers are pink and carried on an inflorescence. CC 143 is a hybrid between RJR MS 1 and CC P BF3 that is resistant to black shank (Phytophthora parasitica) and bacterial wilt (Ralstonia solanacearum). Variety Producers
CC 15 is a flue-cured hybrid tobacco with root-knot nematode resistance. Parents are RJR P% and RJR MS 1 with K326 and RG 81 characteristics. Variety Producers
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CC 27 was released by Cross Creek Seed. It is a tobacco F1 hybrid. CC 27 has a rating of 12 (from the Ph gene) for black shank resistance, a 23 rating for resistance to Granville wilt, and is resistant to tobacco mosaic virus. Variety Producers
CC 304 is a flue-cured tobacco hybrid from a cross of CC P 304 and CC MS 304. Parentage includes K 149 and Speight 168. Similar to K 149. Resistance to black shank and bacterial wilt. Variety Producers
CC 33 is a flue-cured tobacco hybrid tested as RJR 33. It has moderately high resistance to black shank and bacterial wilt and has resistance to root-knot nematodes. Variety Producers
CC 35 is a flue-cured tobacco hybrid with root-knot nematode resistance. It is a cross between RJR P5 and RJR MS 3 with sterility from N. sueveolens. It has K326, K346, RG 81 and NOD 9 genes. Variety Producers
CC 37 is a hybrid flue-cured tobacco variety with resistance to TMV. Variety Producers
CC 504 is a flue-cured tobacco hybrid from a cross of WE 922 and MS K326PVY. The male parent was a cross of K326 and K394 with PVY resistance bred into it. Similar to K326. Variety Producers
CC 507 is a flue-cured tobacco hybrid from a cross of MS AV95RR and NC291 pollen parent. The female parent came from a cross of NC 567 and Virgin A Mutant with male sterility from N. sueveolens. Variety Producers
CC 55 is a flue-cured tobacco hybrid from a cross of CC P 55 and CC MS 55. Both parents were developed by breeding PVY & root-knot nematode resistance into selections of K 326. Variety Producers
CC 65 is a flue-cured tobacco hybrid from a cross of RJR P5 and RJR MS 6. It has the N. glauca source of male sterility. It has K326 background. Variety Producers
CC 67 is a typical flue-cured F1 hybrid with pyramidal plant shape. At flowering, plants carry between 24 and 35, lanceolate, sessile leaves (with glandular trichomes) arranged alternately on the stallc Flowers are pink and carried on an inflorescence. It is resistant to Tobacco Mosaic Virus (TMV), black shank (Phytophthora parasitica) and bacterial wilt (Ralstonia solanacearum). Variety Producers
CC 700 is a flue-cured tobacco hybrid from a cross of CC P 700 and CC MS 700. The male parent is similar to Speight 168 while the female parent is similar to K326. Variety Producers
CELEBRATION™ is owned by Sod Solutions, Inc. Leaf color is dark blue-green, a hybrid bermudagrass (Cynodon dactylon) . It has a very prostrate growth habit. Leaf width averages 1.7 mm, leaf length averages 8 mm, and internode length is 13.6 mm. Internode diameter is 1.3 mm. Stolon color is red/purple. A very small number of seed heads are produced (average number of seed heads are 0.2/100 square centimeters). It is tolerant of light to moderate shade. US PLANT PATENT NUMBER 11,181 ('RILEY'S SUPER SPORT', 2000). Variety Producers
CENTENNIAL was released by Louisiana in 1960. It exhibits large heart-shaped leaves, light copper skinned roots with uniform deep orange flesh, which are moist and soft when baked. Roots may tend to grow long and be slightly ridged but are usually uniform in shape. The variety is susceptible to root knot nematode but shows field tolerance to Fusarium wilt and wireworm. Variety Producers
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CHAMPS was released by Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station in 2004 (experimental variety VT 9506102-6). It is an early maturing Virginia-type peanut with pink testa and bright pod color. Plant growth type is intermediate, similar to NC-V11 and VA 98R. Sclerotinia blight resistance is similar to VA 98R and Wilson. Resistance to tomato-spotted wilt virus is similar to NC-V11. Resistance to cylindrocladium black rot and web blotch is good. Variety Producers
CHANDLER was released by University of California. It is a strawberry variety developed from Douglas / C55. Leaflets of Chandler are about the same size as those of `Tioga` averaging about one serration more per terminal half leaf. Leaves are about the same color and intensity as those of Tioga, 2.5GY4/3 (Munsell Color System-Nickerson Color Fan). Variety Producers
COASTAL was released by the Georgia Coastal Plain Experiment Station, Tifton, Georgia. It is a highly productive hybrid between Tif Bermuda and a tall strain of South African Bermuda. This vegetatively propagated pasture grass is adapted to well-drained soils of the Piedmont and Coastal Plains. Coastal is tall growing and produces a few seed heads that rarely contain viable seed. It shows some resistance to leafspot and good resistance to root-knot nematodes. Variety Producers
COKER 176 was released by Novartis Seeds, Inc. in 1981. It was developed from crosses involving Coker 258 and several breeding lines. It has low resistance to black shank and Granville wilt, and resistance to Fusarium wilt, root-knot nematodes, and tobacco mosaic virus. Coker 176 has a moderate number of leaves on a medium height stalk. It has tolerance to weather fleck. Variety Producers
COKER 319 was released by Novartis Seeds, Inc. in 1962. It was developed from a cross of Coker 139 and Hicks. Resistance is low to black shank and Granville wilt, and it is susceptible to root-knot nematodes and mosaic. Plant characteristics resemble Hicks but with slightly higher yield. Coker 319 produces a moderate number of ground and high number of leaf axil suckers. Variety Producers
COKER 371 GOLD was released by Novartis Seeds, Inc. in 1986. It was developed from crosses involving Speight G-28, NC 82 and several breeding lines. It has high resistance to black shank and moderate resistance to Granville wilt and brown spot. It flowers 67 days after transplanting and produces 19 harvestable leaves. Variety Producers
COKER 48 was released by Novartis Seeds, Inc. in 1976. It was developed from a cross of (Coker 258 and Coker 319) and Coker 319. It has high resistance to black shank and Granville wilt. Coker 48 produces good yields, and the days to flower after transplanting are average. The average leaf number is 20 on a higher than average stalk. Ground suckers average less than one. Variety Producers
COKER 716 was released by Coker’s Pedigreed Seed Company and marketed by White Hat Seed Farm, Inc. It is a mid-season oat variety of medium height that is high yielding, with good winter hardiness and medium test weight. It carries good resistance to soil-borne mosaic, but poor resistance to Crown rust. It is adapted to the Piedmont and Coastal Plain. Variety Producers
COKER 9184 was released by Syngenta Seeds, Inc.. It is a medium maturity wheat variety that is medium short with apically awnletted heads. It has good straw strength and very high-test weight. It has moderate resistance to powdery mildew and leaf rust. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a class of Certified Seed – 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
COKER 9295 was released by Syngenta Seeds, Inc. in 2003.. It is an early maturity variety with medium plant height. Flag leaf is recurved and twisted, and plant color is yellow-green at boot growth stage. Head density is dense, and head color is tan at maturity. Head is apically awnletted. The variety has moderate resistance to leaf rust and powdery mildew. US VARIETY PROTECTION APPLIED FOR and can only be sold as a class of Certified Seed. Variety Producers
COKER 9312 was released by Syngenta Seeds Inc. in 2004. It is an early maturity wheat variety with medium short plant height. Flag leaf is erect and twisted and leaf color is green at boot growth stage. Head density is mid-dense, and head color is tan at maturity. Head is apically awnletted. The variety is moderately resistant to Septoria blotch, soil borne wheat and wheat spindle streak mosaic viruses. It is resistant to Hessian fly biotypes E and O. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a class of Certified Seed – 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
COKER 9436 was released by Syngenta Seeds Inc. in 2005. It is a medium maturity wheat variety. Plant height is medium short. Flag leaf is erect and twisted, and leaf color is green at boot growth stage. Head shape is tapering. Head is apically awnletted. It is moderately resistant to powdery mildew, leaf rust and soil borne mosaic virus. It is moderately susceptible to stripe rust. It is susceptible to wheat spindle streak virus. It is resistant to biotypes E and O of the Hessian Fly. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed. Variety Producers
COKER 9553 was released by AgriPro. It is a medium maturity wheat variety. Plant height is medium with flag leaf that is erect and twisted. Head shape is strap, mid-dense and awned. It has shown moderate-to-good resistance to field races of Stripe Rust. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a class of certified seed. Variety Producers
COKER 9663 was released by Novartis Seeds, Inc.. It is a tall, early to medium maturity variety. Foliage is blue green with a long, recurved, twisted flag leaf. Heads are light tan, mid dense, and awnletted. It is moderately resistant to leaf rust, Septoria, and stem rust. It is resistant to Hessian Fly. May have up to 1% taller or awned plants. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed - 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
COKER 9804 was released by AgriPro. It is a medium maturity soft red winter wheat. Plant height is medium with a head shape that is strap and awned. It is moderately resistant to powdery mildew and moderately resistant to stripe rust. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can only be sold as a class of Certified Seed. Variety Producers
COLONY switchgrass was developed as an improved cultivar for biomass purposes. It incorporates the indigenous germplasm that occurs across the Southeast, has acceptable dry matter production but with improved cellulose concentrations. Two cycles of recurrent selection were used to produce this cultivar. It originated from 11 different germplasm sources of the lowland form of switchgrass. Variety Producers
CONFEDERATE is a fescue/bluegrass blend of fescue varieties ‘Tar Heel 2 Tall Fescue’, ‘Apache 3 Tall Fescue’, ‘Coronado TDH Tall Fescue’ and ‘Midnight 2 Kentucky Bluegrass’. Variety Producers
CONFEDERATE PLUS is a fescue/bluegrass blend of fescue varieties. Blend info available from certification upon request to grower. Variety Producers
COOK - Group VII It has purple flowers, tawny pubescence, pod walls vary and tan hila. It is rated resistant to soybean cyst nematode (race 3 and 14) and root knot nematode (M. incognita) medium seed. US PLANT PATENT Variety Producers
COOPER was released by AgriPro. It is a medium maturity wheat variety. Plant height is medium with flag leaf that is erect and twisted. Head shape is strap, mid-dense and apically awnletted. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed – 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
COVINGTON was released by North Carolina Agricultural Research Service in 2005. The leaves are green and range from heart-shaped to slightly lobed. The roots are rose colored with an orange flesh. Shapes are blocky to fusiform with good size uniformity. The clone is resistant to Fusarium wilt and moderately resistant to Streptomyces soil rot (pox) and the southern root-knot nematode. Yields are high with a good packout of No. 1 grade roots. Eating quality is very good. Sprout production is moderate but about 10 days later than Beauregard. Harvest is 105-115 days after planting. Variety Producers
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CRENSHAW is a creeping bentgrass developed by Texas A&M University. It has exceptional heat tolerance, bright green color, dense texture, aggressive vertical growth, brown patch resistance and produces less grain. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed - 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
CROWNE was released by Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, Texas A&M University System 1 April 1996. It is a coarse-textured vegetatively produced zoysiagrass. Crowne is noted for its drought tolerance, low water use, cold hardiness, reasonable shade tolerance, rapid recuperative ability and excellent competition against weed invasion. Only Foundation, Registered and Certified classes of sod are recognized for Crowne. This product is covered by an exclusive license agreement in Texas and other states. US PLANT PATENT 11570 was issued for Crowne on 17 Oct. 2000. Variety Producers
CU 263 was released by Clemson University. It has resistance to the tobacco budworm. CU 263 has shown the ability to produce high yields of quality tobacco. It is a medium maturing variety with resistance to most races of root-knot nematode and low resistance to black shank and Granville wilt. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed - 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
CULPEPER was released by AgriPro Coker. Plant color is blue green at boot stage. Flag leaf at boot stage is erect and twisted. Waxy bloom is present on the head, stem and flag leaf sheath. Anther color is yellow. Head shape is strap and awned. Glumes are glabrous, narrow in width and mid-long in length with oblique shoulders and acuminate beaks. Seed shape is ovate. US Plant Patent Variety Producers
DISCOVERY is a hybrid bermudagrass (Cynodon dactylon) owned by Sod Solutions, Inc. Discovery is a vegetatively propagated variety of bermudagrass with natural dark green color, slow vertical growth and little seed head production. Discovery has a medium stolen texture with short internodes and short leaf length; leaf length averaging between 8-15mm. US PLANT PATENT PENDING. Variety Producers
DOMINION was released by Virginia Tech Intellectual Properties, Inc. It is a soft red winter wheat that has a late maturity, short variety with awnletted heads. This variety is broadly adapted and has a high yield. It is resistant to powdery mildew, but moderately susceptible to stripe rust, Septoria leaf blotch, glume blotch, tan spot, wheat spindle streak mosaic virus and is moderately resistant to fusarium head blight. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed – 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
DP 4690 RR - Group IV was released by Delta and Pine Land Company. It is a Roundup Ready® variety. It has purple flowers, light tawny pubescence, brown pod wall and black hila. Plant growth type is upright. It has resistance to stem canker and sudden death syndrome. Variety Producers
DP 5915 RR - Group V was released by Delta and Pine Land Company. It is a Roundup Ready® variety. It has white flowers, tawny pubescence, tan pod wall and black hila. Plant growth type is semi-bushy. It is highly resistant to soybean cyst nematode race 3 and moderately resistant to soybean cyst nematode race 14. US PROTECTED VARIETY – 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
DP 6568 RR - Group VI was released by Delta and Pine Land Company in 2004. It is a determinate Roundup-Ready® variety. It has white flowers, tawny pubescence, tan pod walls, and black hila. It is rated resistant to soybean cyst (race 3) and root-knot nematode (M. arenaria). It has above average resistance to frog eye leaf spot and Cercospera leaf blight. US Plant Patent Variety Producers
DP 6880 RR - Group VI was released by Delta and Pine Land Company. It has white flowers, tawny pubescence, and tan pod walls. Leaf color is medium green and leaflet size is medium. Seeds are yellow with shiny luster and small size. Color of hila is black. DP 6880 RR is resistant to stem canker and has intermediate resistance to frogeye leafspot. US PROTECTED VARIETY – 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
DP 7330RR - Group VII was released by Delta and Pine Land Company. It is a Roundup Ready® variety with purple flowers and tawny pubescence. It is an intermediate soybean with partial resistance to southern root-knot nematode. US PROTECTED VARIETY – 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
DP 7870 RR - Group VII was released by Delta and Pine Land Company. It is a Roundup Ready® variety. It has purple flowers, tawny pubescence, tan pod walls, and black hila. Plant growth type is bushy. It has resistance to stem canker and frogeye leaf spot. Variety Producers
DUROLA is a near-homozygous winter rapeseed (Brassica napus L.) cultivar with industrial rapeseed seed oil and canola-quality (less than 30 µmol g-1 of total seed meal glucosinolates in defatted seed meal) seed meal, selected for high adaptability to the dryland and irrigated regions of the inland Pacific Northwest. Durola is morphologically similar in plant appearance to the winter canola Athena; however, Durola lower leaves have a weaker vein and are more open, upper leaves are wider and shorter and have markedly more leaf serration, and is green to dark green where most other cultivars are blue green. Durola flowers early and has longer and more seedpods than other winter rapeseed cultivars. Durola is tall (152 cm), tolerant of late spring frosts and resistant to lodging. The seed of Durola has high euric acid content (greater than 50%) and low gluconsinate content measured at 14.7 µmol g-1 defatted seed meal. Durola is a plant release from Dr. Jack Brown’s plant breeding program at the University of Idaho. US VARIETY PROTECTION APPLIED FOR and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed. No Registered Class is allowed. Variety Producers
DYNAGRO 9552 It is a soft red winter wheat with medium maturity, a medium plant height, excellent straw strength, with very good test weight. Awned head type. Good resistance to Hessian fly and stripe rust. Excellent tillering ability allows for 15’’ planting rows. Variety Producers
EL TORO was developed by the University of California - Riverside. It is a variety of Zoysia japonica. It is an upright-growing variety with dark-green color. It has a medium-width blade. It has excellent shade, drought, and salt tolerance, with good resistance to diseases and insects. El Toro has aggressive growth and performs well in Piedmont and Coastal Plain soil types. US PLANT PATENT (PP5,845). Variety Producers
EMERALD was released by the USDA and the Georgia Agricultural Station in 1955. It is a variety of Zoysia japonica with a dark green color, very fine leaf texture, good shade tolerance, high root density, and low growth habit. It has less winter hardiness but more shade tolerance than Meyer Zoysia. Internode length is 18-25 mm, has internode diameter of 2.5 - 3.5 mm and a leaf width of 1.9 - 2.1 mm. Variety Producers
EMPIRE™ is a variety of Zoysia japonica, owned by Sod Solutions, Inc. It has dark-green color and open growth habit. Leaf width is 4.7 - 5.5 mm, leaf length is 120 - 140 mm, and internode length is 30 - 35 mm. It has moderate to good shade tolerance, excellent salt tolerance, and good drought tolerance. Its use is for lawns (residential, commercial, sports, and parks) and performs well in sandy and clay soil. US PLANT PATENT (PP11,466) (Zoysia variety 'SS 500'). Variety Producers
EVANGELINE was released by LSU Ag Center. It is disease Resistant to southern root-knot nematode. The plant produces few oversize roots, but a majority U.S. No. 1 grade roots. The roots are orange fleshed and orange skinned. They contain an abundance of sucrose and are great for baking and microwaving. Variety Producers
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FESTIVAL was released by Florida Foundation Seed Producers, Inc in 2000. It is a plasticulture-adapted short-day strawberry variety developed from the cross of Rosa Linda / Oso Grande. Average height and width for mature plants is 23 and 30 cm respectively. Average petiole length and diameter is 120 mm and 3.5 mm respectively Petioles have medium pubescence. Average length and breadth of terminal leaflets is 78 and 73 mm respectively. Average length and breadth of secondary leaflets is 69 and 72 mm respectively. Leaflet margins are crenate and average 21 serrations per terminal leaflet, and 26 serrations per secondary leaflet. The upper leaf surface is dark grey-green color, and the lower leaf surface is a light grey-green color. Petiole color is medium yellow-green. US PLANT PATENT NUMBER PP 14,739. Unauthorized Propagation Prohibited. Variety Producers
FLORIDA 07 was developed at the North Florida Research and Education Center, part of the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences. This variety has a runner growth habit with a semi-prominent main stem. Pods are larger than a typical runner and the seed size is most similar to the cultivar C-99R. Florida-07 has excellent resistance to spotted wilt caused by tomato spotted wilt virus and good resistance to white mold and tolerance to late leaf spot. Florida-07 has high oleic, low linoleic oil chemistry. Florida-07 is covered by three utility patents on high oleic oil chemistry. Only licensed producers may sell this variety for seed and no farmer saved seed is allowed. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a class of Certified Seed. Variety Producers
FLORIDA FANCY originates from the University of Florida and is a medium-late Virginia-type UF breeding line with white mold, TSWV and some leafspot resistance. Florida Fancy is a Virginia-type breeding line with large seed size and good pod yields in low TSWV production situations. It has high oleic oil chemistry. Plants of Florida Fancy are normal runner growth habit (spreading) and somewhat lighter green color, with relatively prominent center stem. It is medium to medium-early maturity. US VARIETY PROTECTION
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FLORIDA RADIANCE This Florida strawberry is a short day cultivar. It originated from a cross of Winter Dawn and FL99-35. It has an open-plant habit with fruit that are attached to long pedicels. It has slightly larger fruit than Strawberry Festival (22g compared to 20g). Fruit are mostly medium conic with slightly sunken achenes, giving the fruit a smooth appearance. Fruit are glossy bright to dark red. Calyx is generally medium to large in size. Fruit are firm and juicy. Yields are similar to Strawberry Festival. It has moderate resistance to Botrytis fruit rot and anthracnose fruit rot. It is susceptible to crown rots caused by Colletotrichum gleosporiodes or Phythophora spp. Variety Producers
FOWLER - Group V has white flowers, tawny pubescence, and black hila. It has good shatter and lodging resistance and has resistance to soybean cyst nematode races 2, 3, 5, and 14. Variety Producers
FREEDOM was released by Mississippi State University. Giant Miscanthus, is a newly developed biomass crop. It has superior height, standability, and vigorous growth habit. It is heat and drought tolerant, and tolerates poor soils. Plants produce large amounts of dense dark green foliage with an alternate leaf arrangement and semi-hollow woody stems. The leaves are serrated and slightly greater than two feet in length with prominent mid-vein, hair-like ligules, and contain dense plant crowns consisting of 23 stems per ft2. ‘Freedom’ can be distinguished from Miscanthus x giganteus ‘Illinois’ clone cultivar by a less acute leaf angle of 32o measured from the vertical stem above the leaf. Freedom is exclusively licensed to Repreve Renewables, Soperton, GA. Variety Producers
GEO is a vegetatively propagated, fine bladed zoysiagrass exhibiting very fast lateral growth rate and small internode length. Leaf blades are fine and short with dark green color and soft texture. Stolens of Geo are purple and strong but small in size. Seed head production has these characteristics: Purple colored seed heads with small purple flowers. US PLANT PATENT PENDING Variety Producers
GEORGIA GREENER was released by Georgia Agricultural Experiment Stations in 2006. This is a runner type peanut. Georgia Greener has a high level of resistance to the spotted wilt disease caused by the tomato spotted wilt virus. Georgia Greener has typical runner size pods, low disease incidence, and high TSMK grade. Maturity is ranked as medium similar to Georgia Green. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed -1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
GEORGIA HI-O/L was released by University of Georgia Research Foundation, Inc. in 1999. is a large seeded peanut variety. It has an intermediate runner growth habit and pink seedcoat color. It has a high ratio of oleic to linoleic fatty acids (40/3), a better quality of oil when compared to other peanut varieties. Georgia Hi-O/L has a large proportion of extra large kernels. It has a moderate level of resistance to tomato spotted wilt virus. Maturity is medium to medium-late. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed - 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
GEORGIA VALENCIA was released by the University of Georgia Coastal Plain Experiment Station and released in 2000. It is a large-podded Valencia-type variety. Georgia Valencia is intended for the fresh market boiling trade. It is comparable to Georgia Red in having a compact bunch growth habit, early maturity, red seed coat color, and similar disease tolerance, but has higher yields and dollar value return per acre. US Protected Variety – 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
GEORGIA-04S was released by University of Georgia, Coastal Plain Experiment Station in Tifton, Georgia. It is a high-oleic Spanish-type peanut variety released in 2004. It has a similar growth habit and maturity as Georgia Browne. Pod and seed size are similar to other Spanish market type varieties. Georgia-04S has shown a significantly higher yield, TSMK grade, and dollar value return per acre compared to all other leading Spanish varieties. Georgia-04S also has much better TSWV resistance than other Spanish varieties. Georgia-04S is covered by three utility patents on high oleic oil chemistry. Only licensed producers may sell this variety for seed and no farmer saved seed is allowed. US PROTECTED VARIETY – and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed.
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GEORGIA-06G was released by Georgia Agricultural Experiment Stations in 2006. It is a runner type peanut. Georgia-06G has a high level of resistance to the spotted wilt disease caused by the tomato spotted wilt virus. Georgia-06G combines high TSWV resistance with medium maturity, high yield, grade and dollar value return per acre. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed -1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
GEORGIA-07W is a runner-type peanut with TSWV and white mold resistance. It is a medium maturity variety. During the testing years of 2003-2006 when averaged across multi-locations in Georgia, Georgia-07W was found to be the lowest in TSWV incidence and total disease incidence, highest yielding in pod yield, TSMK grade and dollar return per acre compared to the current leading runner type cultivars, Georgia Green and C-99R. Nuts of Georgia-07W are larger than Georgia Green. Developed by the University of Georgia at the Coastal Plains Experiment Station and released in 2007. US VARIETY PROTECTION APPLIED FOR - 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
GEORGIA-08V was released by the Georgia Agricultural Experiment Station in 2008. It is a new high-yielding, high-oleic, TSWV-resistant, large-seeded, Virginia-type peanut variety. Georgia-08V has a high-oleic and low linoleic fatty acid ratio for improved oil quality and longer shelf-life of in-shell Virginia-type peanuts. It can only be sold by individuals licensed by the University of Georgia Research Foundation under guidelines established in conjunction with the Georgia Seed Development Commission. US VARIETY PROTECTION applied for and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed - 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
GEORGIA-09B was released by Georgia Agricultural Experiment Station in 2009. It is a high-oleic, TSWV resistant, medium-seeded, runner-type peanut variety. It was developed at the University of Georgia, Coastal Plain Experiment Station in Tifton, GA. Georgia-09B originated from the first backcross made with Georgia Green, as the recurrent parent. Georgia-09B has the high-oleic and low linoleic fatty acid ratio for improved oil quality and longer shelf-life of peanut and peanut products. During the past several years averaged across multi-location tests in Georgia, Georgia-09B was found to be among the lowest percent TSWV disease incidence, highest in pod yield, highest in TSMK grade, and highest in dollar value return per acre compared to other high-oleic, runner–types tested each year. It combines the excellent roasted flavor of Georgia Green with the high-oleic trait in a medium maturity, medium-seeded, runner-type peanut variety with high TSWV resistance, high-grade, and high-dollar value return per acre. Georgia-09B is covered by three utility patents on high oleic oil chemistry. Only licensed producers may sell this variety for seed and no farmer saved seed is allowed. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a class of Certified Seed. Variety Producers
GEORGIA-11J was released by the University of Georgia.. It is a high-oleic large podded and large-seeded Virginia type peanut cultivar. It has a high level of TSWV and is medium late in maturity. An application has been filed for protection under the U.S. Plant Variety Protection Act and the variety is protected by the high oleic patent. US PLANT VARIETY PROTECTION APPLIED for - 1994 PVPA – may be through Title V or not. Same rules apply. Variety Producers
GERARD 224 is similar to Rodgers in leaf color, stem, and panicle shape but shorter than Rodgers by 5 inches averaging 41 inches tall. It has more stalk strength than Rodgers and heads one day earlier than Rodgers. It has hairy yellow stems with erect, dark green leaves that are smooth on the margins and leaf sheath. It has a recurved rachis and yellow, smooth lemmas, and non-twisted awns. US VARIETY PROTECTION APPLIED FOR. No Registered class. Variety Producers
GERARD 229 is similar to Rodgers in leaf color, stem, and panicle shape but shorter than Rodgers by 6 inches averaging 38 inches tall. It has more stalk strength than Rodgers and heads four days later than Rodgers. It has hairy yellow stems with erect, dark green leaves that are smooth on the margins and leaf sheath. It has a recurved rachis and yellow, smooth lemmas, and is awnless. It has a nice gold color grain similar to Brooks. US VARIETY PROTECTION APPLIED FOR. No Registered class. Variety Producers
GERARD 557 (L11541) was released by Limagrain Cereal Seeds. It is an awnless soft red winter wheat variety. It has a plant height that averages 34 inches with a medium-full maturity. It is resistant to powdery mildew, strip rust, leaf rust, and stem rust. It is moderately resistant to soil-borne mosaic virus and Fusarium head blight (scab). It is well adapted for the Mid-Atlantic Region as well as for the Southern and Eastern wheat growing Regions. May contain up to five per 1000 (.5%) taller plants and up to two per 1000 (0.2%) awned plants. Lima Grains Licensed variety, unauthorized propagation prohibited. Variety Producers
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GL 350 was released by Gold Leaf Seed Co. in 2003. It is an F1 tobacco hybrid. Plants produce 19-20 leaves, and plant height is 40 inches. It has high level of resistance to black shank and Granville wilt. It is resistant to southern root-knot nematode. Variety Producers
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GL 737 was released by Gold Leaf Seed Company in 1999. It was developed from ‘NC 1071 / Coker 319’. It has very high resistance to black shank race 0 and good resistance to root-knot nematode. Variety Producers
GL 939 is a conventional variety developed by Gold Leaf Seed Company, Hartsville, SC from a cross between McNair 926 (K 326) and a breeding line. It has moderate resistance to black shank and high resistance to Granville wilt. Plant height, leaf spacing on the stalk, and days to flower are similar to those of K 326. GL 939 has average yields of mostly medium bodied orange tobacco. Variety Producers
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GN-1 was released by Greg Norman Turf Company. It is a hybrid bermudagrass, which is also known as CT-2, developed by an Australian Breeder. It has similar traits to Santa Ana and Tifway grasses. This grass has an excellent wear recovery that can hold up to sports or residential use. GN-1 prefers full sunlight with moderate shade and when properly maintained it is both heat and drought tolerate. This dark green grass should be maintained between ½ and 1 inch in height. Variety Producers
GOLIATH is a large seeded peanut with a decumbent growth habit similar to NC 5. It is a shorter plant than Gregory. It requires an average of 160 days to maturity. It has medium green leaf color with smooth, pink seed coat color. The seed are elongated/slender shaped. Goliath is susceptible to early leaf spot, CBR, Sclerotinia blight, TSWV, thrips, and Southern corn rootworm. US VARIETY PROTECTION APPLIED FOR and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed - 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
GOODWELL was released by Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station. It is an F1 hybrid forage Bermuda grass. GOODWELL is a lower growing forage grass that has larger stems and wider leaves, which produces a more dense sod compared with :hay type” varieties. GOODWELL must be propagated asexually and it produces vigorous underground rhizomes and crown buds. No Registered class. Variety Producers
GRAND ASIA is a purple skinned, cream-fleshed clone suitable for Asian and Hispanic markets. It has a high dry-matter content that cooks up dry and moderately sweet, not as sweet as the ‘Japanese’ cultivar. It is similar in appearance and performance to ‘Japanese’, except that it is not as susceptible to russet crack. It is resistant to fusarium wilt. It is susceptible to Streptomyces soil rot (pox) and the southern-root knot nematode. Yield is good when compared to similar varieties. Harvest is 120 days after planting. Variety Producers
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GREENCASTLE - Group VI Developed by the USDA, it is a forage-type bean. It has tawny pubescence, a brown pod wall, an imperfect black hilum, and white flowers. It has resistance to Southern stem canker. It has indeterminate growth habit. Variety Producers
GREGORY It is a large-seeded Virginia peanut with growth habit intermediate between bunch and runner, a pink seed coat, and a high percentage of jumbo pods and extra large kernels. It is susceptible to most diseases and insect pests. Because of its large seed size, Gregory has a high calcium requirement and may show reduced seedling vigor compared with other varieties. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed. Variety Producers
HATTERAS was released by the North Carolina Agricultural Research Service in 2008. It is an orange-fleshed, smooth-skinned, rose-colored, table stock sweetpotato. The leaves are typically green and triangular shaped, and the vines produce a dense canopy that competes well against weeds. The Hatteras normally produces uniformed shaped storage roots, resulting in a high pack-out of No. 1 sweetpotatoes. It appears to be resistant to Fusarium wilt, moderately resistant to Streptomyces soil rot, and susceptible to southern root Knot nematode. Good yields are normally harvested in 110 days. Variety Producers
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HERNANDEZ was released by Louisiana Agricultural Experiment Station. It has moderately long purple stems. Leaves are cordate to slightly lobed with purplish veins. Petioles are purple at the base and at the junction with the leaf axis. Roots are fusiform, lightly grooved and red skinned. Resistance to Fusarium wilt and root-knot nematode is intermediate. It is moderately resistant to Streptomyces soil rot. It normally matures in 120-125 days. Variety Producers
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HILLIARD was released by Virginia Tech. It is a soft red wheat. It is a broadly adapted variety with high yield potential, medium stature (34-38 inches), later heading date, and excellent straw strength. Plant stem and spike color of Hilliard are green, and its spikes are tapering and awned. Hilliard is resistant to powdery mildew, Barley and Cereal Yellow Dwarf Viruses and moderately resistant to leaf rust, leaf blotch caused by Septoria tritici and Stagnosopora nodorum, and glume blotch caused by S. nodorum. Hilliard is resistant to Hessian fly biotypes B, C, and D, but susceptible to biotype O and L. US VARIETY PROTECTION APPLIED FOR. Variety Producers
HUTCHESON - Group V was released by Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station. It has white flowers, gray pubescence and buff hila seed. Plants are medium height. Hutcheson has resistance to soybean mosaic virus, peanut mottle virus, peanut stunt virus, and stem canker. Variety Producers
JACKSON was released by Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station. It is a medium late, medium tall variety that has excellent yield potential and high bushel test weight. Foliage is blue green with an erect flag leaf. It is moderately susceptible to leaf rust and resistant to powdery mildew. May have up to 1-% taller plants. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed - 1994 PVPA. No Registered Class. Variety Producers
JAKE is a mid-Group V. It is a determinate variety (relative maturity 5.4) that averages 32” in height. It has purple flowers, tawny pubescence, tan pods and black hila seed. Jake has shown resistance to races 1, 2, 3, 5 and 14 of soybean cyst nematode, is resistant to reniform nematode and has shown moderate resistance to Root Knot nematode. It is moderately resistant to Sudden Death Syndrome (SDS) and stem canker and is susceptible to Phytophthora root rot. Variety Producers
JAMESTOWN is a distinctly early heading, high yielding, short stature, awned, soft red winter wheat cultivar possessing resistance to the predominant insect and disease pests in the soft wheat region, and most notably resistance to Hessian fly, stripe rust, and fusarium head blight. Jamestown has blue-green foliage and spike color. It has a mid dense head shape and a twisted recurved flag leaf. Average plant height is 31 inches. Straw strength is very good. Jamestown is widely adapted and provides producers from the southern corn-belt to the deep-south and throughout the mid-Atlantic region with a distinctly early maturing, disease and pest resistant cultivar. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed – 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
JAMUR is a newly discovered asexually reproduced variety of zoysiagrass plant, perennial, having a superior rate of spreading with texture improved over common zoysiagrass, superior turf grass quality regarding compactness and low degree of thatch, and slightly darker than average green color. US PLANT PATENT (PP 13178). Variety Producers
JAPANESE - VIRUS-INDEXED is a purple-skinned, cream-fleshed clone suitable for Asian markets. It has a high dry-matter content that cooks up dry but sweet. The leaves are heart shaped and green. Vines and petioles are green with light purple at the apex of the petiole. It is resistant to Fusarium wilt. It is susceptible to Streptomyces soil rot (pox) and the southern root-knot nematode. it is also susceptible to the russet crack strain of sweetpotato feathery mottle virus. Matures at around 120 days. Variety Producers
JAPANESE - VIRUS-INDEXED ELITE is a purple-skinned, cream-fleshed clone suitable for Asian markets. It has a high dry-matter content that cooks up dry but sweet. The leaves are heart shaped and green. Vines and petioles are green with light purple at the apex of the petiole. It is resistant to Fusarium wilt. It is susceptible to Streptomyces soil rot (pox) and the southern root-knot nematode. it is also susceptible to the russet crack strain of sweetpotato feathery mottle virus. It matures at around 120 days. Variety Producers
JEWEL is the result of a cross between Centennial and Nuggett. The blocky roots are copper skin color with uniform orange flesh. It is slow to sprout, but produces strong plants with vigorous vine growth. The roots store excellently, have an outstanding baking quality, and produce an acceptable canned product. Jewel is resistant to Fusarium wilt, nematodes and internal cork. It normally matures in 115-120 days. Variety Producers
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JOHN DEERE SELECT is a fescue/bluegrass blend of fescue varieties. This brand is marketed by John Deere Landscapes. Blend info available from certification upon request to grower. Variety Producers
JOHN DEERE SELECT 1 is a fescue/bluegrass blend of fescue varieties 'Falcon V' tall fescue, and 'Wildhorse' Kentucky bluegrass. This brand is marketed by John Deere Landscapes. Variety Producers
JOHN DEERE SELECT 2 is a fescue/bluegrass blend of fescue varieties 'Finelawn Elite' tall fescue, 'Shenandoah 2' tall fescue, 'Falcon V' tall fescue, and Apollo Kentucky bluegrass. This brand is marketed by John Deere Landscapes. Variety Producers
JOHN DEERE SELECT 3 is a fescue/bluegrass blend of fescue varieties ‘Falcon IV’ Tall fescue, and ‘Diva’ Kentucky bluegrass. This brand is marketed by John Deere Landscapes. Variety Producers
JOHN DEERE SELECT 4 is a fescue/bluegrass blend of fescue varieties 44.56% ‘Millennium’, 44.56% ‘Focus’ and 9.91% ‘Brooklawn’ Kentucky Bluegrass. This brand is marketed by John Deere Landscapes. Variety Producers
JOHN DEERE SELECT 5 is a fescue/bluegrass blend of fescue varieties 50.73 % ‘Millennium’, 38.55% ‘Focus’ and 9.92% ‘Brooklawn’ Kentucky Bluegrass. This brand is marketed by John Deere Landscapes. Variety Producers
K 149 was released by Novartis Seeds, Inc. in 1989. It was developed from a number of crosses involving Speight G-28, K 399 and several breeding lines. It has moderate resistance to black shank and high resistance to Granville wilt, is resistant to the southern root-knot nematodes (races 1 and 3) and is susceptible to tobacco mosaic virus. Variety Producers
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K 326 was released by Novartis Seeds, Inc. in 1982. It was developed from a cross of two breeding lines that were derived from crosses between Coker 139 and Coker 319 and McNair 30 and NC 95. The variety has low resistance to black shank and Granville wilt, and has resistance to root-knot nematodes, and is susceptible to mosaic. The yield is much higher than NC 2326 or NC 95; and its quality as indicated by dollars/cwt and quality index is much higher than NC 2326 or NC 95. K 326 is known for its high quality and curability. K 326 has a very low level of weather fleck. Variety Producers
K 340 was released by Novartis Seeds, Inc. in 1986. It was developed from a cross between McNair 944 and NC 82. It produces good yields with a moderately low grade index. K 340 has high resistance to black shank and moderate resistance to Granville wilt and is susceptible to common root-knot nematode and mosaic virus. It has a normal flowering date and produces 18-19 leaves on an average height plant, with a low ground sucker count. Variety Producers
K 346 was released by Novartis Seeds, Inc. in 1989. It was developed from a cross involving McNair 926 (released as K 326) and a breeding line. It has high resistance to black shank and Granville wilt, is resistant to southern root-knot nematodes (races 1 and 3), and is susceptible to tobacco mosaic. Resistance to black shank is very high. K 346 has average yields and grade index. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed - 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
K 358 was released by Novartis Seeds, Inc. in 1988. It was developed from a cross involving McNair 926 (released as K 326) and a breeding line. It has moderate resistance to black shank and Granville wilt. K 358 is resistant to southern root-knot nematodes (races 1 and 3 only) and is susceptible to tobacco mosaic virus. K 358 produces moderate yields of leaf with a slightly higher than average grade index. It is a relatively low-growing variety with a low number of ground suckers. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed - 1970 PVPA. Variety Producers
K 394 was released by Novartis Seeds, Inc. in 1984. It was developed from a cross of Speight G-28 and McNair 944. This variety carries high resistance to black shank and low resistance to Granville wilt and is susceptible to root-knot nematodes and mosaic. K 394 has about 20 medium-spaced leaves per plant when topped at 39 inches about 68 days after transplanting and has a low ground sucker count. It produces a very high yield of average quality leaf. Variety Producers
K 399 was released by Novartis Seeds, Inc. in 1980. It was developed from a cross of (Coker 139 and Coker 319) and NC 95. The yield is higher than NC 2326 or NC 95 and its quality as indicated by dollars/cwt. and quality index is much higher than NC 2326 or NC 95. The data for the number of ground suckers is low. The variety has a moderate number of leaves on a low stalk and plants flower somewhat late. K 399 has high resistance to black shank and Granville wilt and resistance to root-knot nematodes. It is susceptible to mosaic. Variety Producers
K 730 was released by Novartis Seeds, Inc. in 1993. It was developed from a cross involving K 326 and a Novartis breeding line. K 730 is a K 326 type of tobacco with high resistance to Granville wilt and low resistance to black shank. Upper stalk cures with a high percentage of orange colored leaf. The curability and ease of handling is similar to K 326. It offers resistance to southern root-knot nematodes (races 1 and 3). It has tolerance to brown spot and holds well in the field for delayed harvests. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed - 1970 PVPA. Variety Producers
KT 204LC is a burley cultivar with black shank resistance and was released in 2004. It is comparable to other popular burley cultivars. Variety Producers
KT D4LC is a variety from a multiple cross of DF485, KY171, NL Madole, Fla. 301, and Beinhart 1000-1. Its growth habit resembles VA 359 with leaves slightly shorter than NL Madole but similar leaf width. It is approximately 8-10 days later than NL Madole. It was released in 2005. Variety Producers
KY 160 is a mosaic resistant variety. It has dark leaves with fairly smooth surface and medium to large in size. The leaf length is usually three times its width. Variety Producers
KY 171LC is a variety that is compared to KY 151 with more erect leaves, wider leaves, taller, with two more leaves per plant than KY151 but matures at the same time and cures it leaves a little thinner. It has resistance to TMV, wildfire, fusarium wilt, and black root rot. Variety Producers
KY14 LC is a medium-maturing burley variety flowering around 68 days after transplanting. It grows about 48 inches tall with 19 harvestable leaves and closely spaced. It has no resistance to black shank but has resistance to mosaic, wildfire, black root rot and fusarium wilt. Variety Producers
LA754 was released by Louisiana State University Agricultural Center. It is a soft red winter wheat. It is a medium height, medium-early heading date, and fully awned variety adapted to the Gulf Coast and Southeastern US. LA754 is resistant to leaf rust, stripe rust, and to soil-borne mosaic virus. It is medium resistant/susceptible to powdery mildew but susceptible to head scab. Juvenile plant growth is semi-erect; at the boot stage, green color with waxy stems; flag leaves are erect and not twisted. US PROTECTED VARIETY. Variety Producers
LATITUDE 36 is a hybrid bermudagrass (Cynodon dactylon) owned and licensed by Sod Solutions, Inc. Latitude 36 is a vegetatively propagated variety of bermudagrass. It has exceptional turf quality with a fine texture. It has improved winter hardiness, with a high sod density, and a very high sod tensile strength. Variety Producers
LCS 1171 is an awnless, medium height soft red winter wheat that is moderately resistant to Fusarium head blight (Fusarium graminearum), resistant to soil borne mosaic virus, and moderately resistant to Septoria leaf blight (Septoria tritici), and moderately resistant to leaf rust (Puccinia triticina). Up to 1.0% variants are allowed. Limagrain Licensed variety, unauthorized propagation prohibited. Variety Producers
LCS 3204 is an awnless, early maturing, short stature soft red winter wheat that is photoperiod insensitive and carries vrn-A1b for short vernalization. It carries Truman level Fusarium head blight (FHB) resistance for incidence, severity, Fusarium damage kernels, and DON. A shorter, awned off-type was noted in the original breeder seed, a 1% variance is allowed. Limagrain Licensed variety, unauthorized propagation prohibited. Variety Producers
LCS CALYPSO is a two-row winter malting barley bred by Limagrain Europe s.a. in France. LCS Calypso medium maturity (flowers five days later than ‘Thoroughbred’), is short stature, exhibits anthocyanin and has long awns. LCS Calypso is adapted to winter malt barley growing regions of North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and New York. LCS Calypso may contain up to 0.1% tall plants and up to 0.1% later drooping heads. US VARIETY PROTECTION APPLIED FOR. Registered and Certified seed may only be produced and sold only through a license agreement with Limagrain Cereal Seed. Crop may not be sold, reproduced or otherwise exposed for sale as seed. Variety Producers
LCS NEWS is a short, awnless soft red winter wheat variety with excellent straw strength. LCS News is widely adapted across the wheat growing regions of Midwestern and Eastern US. It has high test weight grain, is resistance to Stripe Rust, and has excellent tolerance to powdery mildew. LCS News is medium-maturity and has good winter hardiness. UNAUTHORIZED PROPAGATION PROHIBITED. US VARIETY PROTECTION APPLIED FOR. Variety Producers
LCS PANTHER was released by Limagrain Cereal Seeds. It is an apically awnletted soft red winter wheat variety. LCS Panther has a semi-erect juvenile growth habit, green leaf color with an erect, twisted, wax absent flag leaf at boot. Anthocyanin is absent with hollow stems and plant height averages 81 cm. The plant maturity is medium with an oblong, mid dense, erect head at maturity. LCS Panther is adapted to all of North Carolina and the Western two-thirds of South Carolina. Lima Grains Licensed variety, unauthorized propagation prohibited. Variety Producers
LCS VIOLETTA was released by and licensed by Limagrain Cereal Seeds. It is a two row winter barley. It is a short stature plant height (averages 31.4 inches), an early maturing with green leaves at boot. Flag leaf is erect and twisted at boot. Auricle color is white, with straight, long, rough awns. LCS Violetta was selected for its malting quality, earliness, winter hardiness and resistance to Barley Yellow Mosaic Virus. LCS Violetta also showed excellent tolerance to leaf rust, powdery mildew, and net blotch. It is adapted for the Pacific Northwest and the Eastern Seaboard of the US. Licensed to produce seed through Limagrain Cereal Seeds and no farmer saved seed allowed; Community Plant Variety Rights Variety Producers
LOFTS - L-93 was released by Rutgers University and Lofts Seed. It is a fine textured creeping bentgrass. L-93 has a dense, upright growth habit with a rich, dark green color. L-93 has an aggressive establishment and has excellent winter hardiness. L-93 has an exceptional disease resistance to dollar spot and warm-season brown patch; good resistance to fusarium patch and leaf spot. L-93 is adaptable to a wide range of mowing heights. L-93 is suited for use on greens, tees, and fairways. L-93 is widely adapted worldwide. Variety Producers
MAGNOLIA was released by AgriPro Coker. It is a soft red winter wheat that is medium-height with medium-early season heading. Flag leaf is erect and twisted. Head shape is strap and awned. It is moderately resistant to stripe rust and leaf rust. It is susceptible to powdery mildew in the southeast. It is moderately resistant to wheat spindle streak virus and is resistant to Biotype E of the Hessian fly. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed – 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
MASSEY was released by Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station. It is a medium maturity, medium height variety with moderately stiff straw. Massey has excellent yield with medium test weight and fair milling quality. It has good resistance to mildew and mosaic, but poor resistance to leaf rust. Variety Producers
MD 609 was derived from a cross of Maryland Robinson and Florida 301. It has high resistance to black shank, moderate resistance to fusarium wilt, and fair resistance to black root rot. It flowers 8-10 days later than Catterton and has fewer leaves. It has a spreading leaf characteristic with crepe-like leaf surface with a slightly crinkled margin and ends in a point. Variety Producers
MEYER was released by USDA-ARS in 1951. It is an improved strain of Zoysia japonica also known as Meyer Z-52 zoysia. It is dense, has a dark green color, medium texture, good disease resistance and more cold tolerant than most zoysia varieties. Variety Producers
MIDLAND 99 was released by the Oklahoma, Kansas, Arkansas, and Missouri Agricultural Experiment Stations, the Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation and the USDA-ARS in April of 1999. It comes from crosses that span from Afghanistan, Ghana and Oklahoma. It has tall, upright growth, tolerates low pH soils. Its leaves are 2-4 cm and produces seedheads later than other forage varieties. No Registered class. Variety Producers
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MURASAKI-29 was developed by the Louisiana Agricultural Experiment State to provide a specialty-type, white-flesh variety. It has good culinary characteristics and does not require any additional baking time in comparison to dessert-type cultivars. The leaves are light to dark green with an obtuse or emarginated leaf apex and cordate leaf base. The roots are elliptical, and are characterized by their white flesh, high dry matter, and purple skin. Murasaki is resistant to southern root-knot nematode and Fusarium root rot, but tests also show that it does not perform well if planted late. Good yields are normally harvested in approximately 90-100 days. Variety Producers
McCORMICK was released by Virginia Tech Intellectual Properties, Inc. in 2003. It is a medium maturity wheat variety. Flag leaf is erect and twisted, and plant color is green at boot growth stage. Head density is mid-dense, head shape is tapering, and head color is yellow at maturity. Head is awnletted. McCormick is resistant to powdery mildew, leaf and stem rust, stripe rust, soil borne wheat and wheat spindle streak mosaic viruses, Septoria blotch, glume blotch, and barley yellow dwarf virus. It is moderately resistant to Fusarium head blight. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed – 1994 PVPA. No Registered Class. Variety Producers
McINTOSH was released by the University of Georgia Research Foundation, Inc. and Florida Agricultural Experiment Station in 2005. It is a medium maturity wheat variety. Plant height is medium. Flag leaf is erect and is not twisted at boot growth stage. Leaf color is green at boot growth stage. Head shape is tapering, and head density is mid-dense. Head is apically awnletted. It is resistant to leaf rust and stripe rust. US PROTECTED VARIETY – 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
McNAIR 373 was released by Novartis Seeds, Inc. in 1979. It was developed from a cross of Coker 139 and Coker 319 and a McNair breeding line (McNair 039-4). The yield is about the same as NC 2326 and slightly higher than NC 95, and its quality as indicated by the dollars/cwt. and grade index, is higher than NC 2326. McNair 373 has a high number of leaves on a low height stalk, flowers fairly early and produces a medium number of ground suckers. McNair 373 has low resistance to black shank, moderate resistance to Granville wilt, and is resistant to root-knot nematodes. It is susceptible to mosaic. Variety Producers
McNAIR 944 was released by Novartis Seeds, Inc. in 1973. It was developed from a cross of Speight G-10 and McNair 30. It produces a high yield of average quality tobacco on the basis of government grades. The variety produces a higher percentage of orange colored leaf that is medium in body and texture with a medium nicotine content. The plants are medium tall with a medium number of leaves that are of medium length and width. There are a low number of ground suckers. McNair 944 has moderate resistance to black shank, and low resistance to Granville wilt. It is susceptible to root-knot nematodes and mosaic. Variety Producers
N7003CN - Group 7.6 - is a conventional soybean released by NC State University. It is a determinate plant that has a tawny pubescence, purple flower, and a black hilum.
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NC 102 is an F1 tobacco hybrid developed by NCSU with exclusive release to F.W. Rickard Seeds, Inc. with seed available from Gold Leaf Seed Co. in 2005. It has very high levels of race 0 black shank resistance. It is resistant to tobacco mosaic virus, potato virus Y, and tobacco etch virus. Variety Producers
NC 196 is a cytoplasmic male-sterile (cms) F1 flue-cured tobacco hybrid. Plants of NC 196 grow with a medium green color, have compact leaf spacing and produce 20-22 leaves on a stalk approximately 40 inches in length. It is resistant to race 0 black shank with moderate resistance to race 1. It has moderate resistance to bacterial wilt and is resistant to races 1 and 3 root-knot nematode and is resistant to the tobacco cyst nematode. Variety Producers
NC 27NF was released by the North Carolina Agricultural Research Service in 1986. It was developed from crosses involving Coker 319 and a breeding line. It is a non-flowering variety that produces high yields with a high grade index. NC 27NF has low resistance to black shank and Granville wilt and is susceptible to common root-knot nematodes and mosaic virus. NC 27NF is a relatively low-growing variety when topped at 18-20 harvestable leaves as suggested for non-flowering varieties. Variety Producers
NC 291 is an F1 hybrid developed by NCSU with exclusive release to Cross Creek Seed in 2001. It has very high resistance to black shank race 0 and very low resistance to Granville Wilt. NC 291 is resistant to potato virus Y (PVY) and tobacco etch virus. Variety Producers
NC 297 was released by NC Agricultural Research Service in 1999. and was exclusively released to Gold Leaf Seed Co. It is an F1. Plants of NC 297 grow with a medium dark green color and produce 18-19 leaves on a 39-inch stalk. Plants flower about the same time as NC 71. Leaves ripen normally and cure to an orange color. NC 297 has a very high rating of resistance to black shank and low to moderate rating for resistance to Granville wilt. NC 297 has resistance to races 1 and 3 of the root-knot nematode. It has a high rating of resistance to tobacco mosaic virus. Variety Producers
NC 299 is an F1 hybrid developed by NCSU with exclusive release to Cross Creek Seed in 2002. It has very high resistance to black shank race 0 and very low resistance to Granville Wilt. NC 299 is resistant to potato virus Y (PVY) and tobacco etch virus. Variety Producers
NC 37NF was released by the North Carolina Agricultural Research Service in 1988. It was developed from a cross involving NC 82, Coker 319 and a Speight G-28 breeding line with the non-flowering character. It has low resistance to black shank and Granville wilt. NC 37NF is resistant to southern root-knot nematodes (races 1 & 3 only) and is susceptible to tobacco mosaic virus. NC 37NF produces moderate yields of leaf with a very high grade index. It is a relatively low-growing variety but for best quality should be topped when about 18 harvestable leaves are present. NC 37NF produces a higher than average number of ground suckers. Variety Producers
NC 471 was released by the Flue-Cured Tobacco Variety Evaluation Committee in December of 2003 and by the Breeders Release Board in July 2004. It is an F1 tobacco hybrid cross that was derived by crossing the cytoplasmic male sterile breeding line NC 1127 and the cultivar NC 810. NC471 is a flue-cured hybrid that offers a disease resistance package to TMV, black shank, and bacterial wilt. It has large. Plant height and leaf number are in the normal range for modern-day flue-cured cultivar. Variety Producers
NC 55 was developed from a cross of K 326 and Coker 371-Gold. It has low resistance to black shank and Granville wilt. It has resistance to root-knot nematodes and potato virus Y. It yields nearly the same as K 326 with equal quality and curability. Days to flower, plant height and leaf number are similar to K 326. Variety Producers
NC 606 is a tobacco variety developed from ‘NC 729’ / ‘NC 82’ by North Carolina Agricultural Research Service with exclusive release to Raynor Certified Tobacco Seed in 2001. It has very good cured-leaf quality. NC 606 has a high level of resistance to black shank and Granville wilt. It is resistant to the common races of the root knot nematode. Variety Producers
NC 71 is an F1 hybrid developed by the North Carolina Agricultural Research Service. It offers a rare combination of high yield and the ability to resist black shank. The plants produce 19-20 leaves on a 40 inch stalk. The leaves ripen normally and cure to an orange color. The variety has moderate resistance to Granville wilt and it is resistant to several races of root-knot nematodes. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed - 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
NC 72 is an F1 hybrid developed by North Carolina State University. It has excellent resistance to black shank and root-knot nematodes, but low resistance to Granville wilt. Yield, grade index, value per acre, plant height, and leaf spacing on the stalk were greater for NC 72 than for K 326. A limited seed supply (similar to NC 71 in 1997) will be available through Gold Leaf Seed Company, Hartsville, SC and RG Seed Company, Oxford, NC. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed -
1994 PVPA.
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NC 729 This variety has high resistance to Granville wilt and low risistance to black shank. It produces 9-20 leaves on a short stalk with fair-good holding ability. Variety Producers
NC 810 is a tobacco variety developed by NCSU with exclusive release to Cross Creek Seed and R.J. Raynor Seed Company in 2001. It has moderate race 0 and race 1 black shank resistance. NC 810 has high resistance to Granville wilt. Variety Producers
NC 92 is an F1 hybrid developed by the North Carolina Agricultural Research Service. This is a high yielding, mid to late flowering variety. NC 92 is resistant to black shank race 0, the southern root-knot nematode and the tobacco cyst nematode. NC 92 has moderate resistance to bacterial wilt and black shank race 1. Variety Producers
NC 925 925 is a fertile inbred cultivar of flue-cured tobacco. It has bigh black shank resistance, comparable to K346 and relatively high yields. It is susceptible to TMV. It has closely spaced leaves, averaging 18.7 leaves per plant, average plant height, averages 72 days to midbloom. Variety Producers
NC 938 was released by North Carolina State University. It is a hybrid flue-cured tobacco cultivar. It exhibits an outstanding combination of yield and black shank resistance, while producing cured leaf with acceptable quality characteristics.
NC 938 is similar to K326 in height (37-40 inches), number of leaves (17-19), and days to flower (66-68 days). Multiple licenses for NC 938 seed production have been issued through North Carolina Agricultural Research Service.
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NC BURTON - Group V - is a normal seeded conventional cultivar. It is a high yielding conventional line adapted to North-Central Eastern NC. NC-Burton matures at the same time as ‘5601T’ and 7 days later than ‘5002T’. It has yellow seed with shiny luster, black hilum, green cotyledon, green hypocotyl, white flowers, tawny pubescence, determinate growth habit, tan pod wall, and oval medium green leaves. It is resistant to stem canker. Variety Producers
NC HULLESS was released by Released by the NC Agricultural Research Service and USDA-ARS in 2001.. is a hulless or naked oat. The traditional ‘covered’ oat grain is composed of the true seed or ‘groat’ and the fibrous outer hulls. When naked oats are combined, the hulls thresh free of the groat. NC Hulless has a drooping leaf carriage with glabrous leaf margins and hairless leaf sheaths. Ligules are present. Panicle shape is equilateral, panicle size is medium, and panicle width is mid-broad. The branches on the panicle have a spreading position. The rachis is straight and the attachment of the lower whorl of branches is at the first node. Spikelet separation is by fracture and awns are absent. The upper culm nodes on the stem are hairy, and the mature stem color is yellow. Plant height is about 4 inches shorter than Rodgers. Heading date is similar to Rodgers. Test weight is about 1.2 times greater than Rodgers. Across environments, NC Hulless has yielded about 70% of Rodgers (in theory, hulless oats should yield about 73% of traditional oats). NC Hulless is resistant to prevalent races of crown rust in NC and moderately resistant to BYDV. Variety Producers
NC MILLER - Group V - (in our nursery it is the same as Hutcheson in maturity) with purple flowers and grey pubescence. Height is 29 inches (plus or minus an inch depending on where and when it is grown). Buff hilum. US PROTECTED VARIETY. Variety Producers
NC PORTO RICO 198 was released by NC Agricultural Research Service. is an improved strain, with deeper, more uniform flesh color, of Porto Rico. The leaves are green and mainly heart shaped. It is susceptible to Fusarium wilt, Streptomyces soil rot (pox) and the southern root-knot nematode. Harvest is typically 130 days or more. Variety Producers
NC RALEIGH - Group VII was released by USDA ARS and NCARS in 2002. It has white flowers, tawny pubescence, tan pod walls, and black hila. It has good resistance to leaf diseases. Seed size is small. Variety Producers
NC YADKIN is similar to NC-Neuse with similar plant color, erect, recurved flag leaves, yellow anther color, mid-dense heads and absence of stem anthocyanin. It head is apically awnletted and heads 3 days earlier than NC-Neuse (both are classified as late). Plant height same as AGS2000. It has resistance to powdery mildew and leaf rust, tolerance to Barley Yellow Dwarf virus, and moderately resistant to Fusarium head blight. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed. Variety Producers
NC-CAPE FEAR has erect, recurved flag leaves, yellow anther color, mid-dense heads. Its head is apically awnletted and heads 3 days earlier than McCormick and the same as 26R61. Plant height is the same as McCormick. It has resistance to powdery mildew and leaf rust and intermediate resistance to scab, barley yellow dwarf virus, and soil-borne mosaic virus. It has resistance to the ‘L’ biotype of Hessian fly. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed. Variety Producers
NC-NEUSE was released by North Carolina Agricultural Research Service in 2003.. It is a late maturity variety with medium plant height. Flag leaf is semi-erect at boot growth stage. Head density is mid-dense, head shape is tapering, and head color is white at maturity. Head is awnletted. The variety is resistant to leaf rust and Fusarium head blight. It is resistant to Hessian fly race C and tolerant to Hessian fly race L. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a class of certified seed - 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
NC-ROY - Group VI was released by North Carolina Agricultural Research Service and USDA-ARS. has white flowers, gray pubescence, and brown pod walls. Seed are small with buff hilum. It has resistance to soybean mosaic virus. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed. Variety Producers
NC-V11 was released by the North Carolina Agricultural Research Service cooperatively with Virginia. It is a large seeded Virginia-type peanut with good quality factors, and has superior flavor. NC-V11 is high yielding and has significantly higher value than other available varieties. The variety has a runner growth habit, but is slightly erect. Maturity is about 140 days. Variety Producers
NC05-198 produces orange fleshed storage roots that are generally oblong to elliptic. Storage roots are longer than Covington but straighter than Beauregard. NC05-198 is useful in soil conditions where Covington tends to become bally. Total marketable yields are high and equal to Beauregard and Covington. It is resistant to Fusarium stem wilt, moderately resistant to soil rot (Streptomyces ipomoea), and moderately susceptible to Southern root-knot nematode. NC05-198 is suited for growers who have internal necrosis issues associated with Covington and for growers who need a plant that is suitable to early plantings, but should only be considered a 6-8 month storage cultivar. PLANT PROTECTION APPLIED FOR, sub-license required to produce in NC, acreage fees apply. Variety Producers
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NC09-20986 was released by North Carolina State University. It is a soft red winter wheat. NC09-20986 exhibits green plant color, erect, not twisted, no-wax flag leaves, yellow anther color, mid-dense heads, no anthocyanin, and tan glumes. The plants average 35-36 inches and heads are awned that emerge 6 days earlier than ‘Shirley’. It has good grain yield and excellent test weight combined with resistance to powdery mildew, stripe rust, soil-borne virus and moderate resistance to Fusarium head blight and leaf rust. It is resistant to Biotypes B, C, D, O, and L of Hessian fly (biotype L is the predominant biotype in the Southeastern US). An exclusive license by NCSU Agricultural Research Services will be required. Variety Producers
NC09-4503N was released by the North Carolina Agricultural Research Service. It is a hull-less winter oat variety. It is a high yielding, early maturing, medium statured, hull-less oat with excellent test weight, plump groats moderate pubescence, and moderate winter hardiness. It is adapted to oat-producing regions of North and South Carolina. Depending upon the growing environment, threshed seed lots of NC09-4503N may contain over 50% hulled grains. US PLANT VARIETY PROTECTION APPLIED FOR and is exclusively licensed to Riverbend Malthouse and seed can only be produced as a Class of Certified Seed. Variety Producers
NL MADOLE LC is a variety that produces long, droopy leaves of fine, silky quality that cure thin. Variety Producers
NOMINI was released by the Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station. It is an early maturing, medium tall, high yielding six-row winter barley with compact spikes. It is resistant to powdery mildew, Septoria, and barley yellow dwarf virus. Nomini is moderately susceptible to leaf rust and is not very winter hardy. Variety Producers
NORTHBRIDGE is a hybrid bermudagrass (Cynodon dactylon) owned and licensed by Sod Solutions, Inc. Northbridge is a vegetatively propagated variety of bermudagrass. It has a high turf quality with a fine texture. It has improved winter hardiness with an early greenup, with a high sod density, and a very high sod tensile strength. Variety Producers
NU-EAST is a hard red winter wheat developed by USDA .It is awned, semi-dwarf, with brown chaff. It heads on the average 109 days after January 1. It has good stalk strength, good winter hardiness. It averages 35 inches in height. It has moderate resistance to stem rust, yellow dwarf virus, powdery mildew, Fusarium head blight, stagonospora nodorum head blight, and Hessian fly. It has good leaf rust resistance but is susceptible to stripe rust. Variety Producers
O'HENRY is a white-skinned, cream-fleshed variant of Beauregard. Its maturity and disease resistance is the same as Beauregard. The leaves are green and mainly heart shaped. Vines and petioles are green with light purple at the apex of the petiole and at leaf axil. Eating quality is similar to Beauregard, though the flesh is a little drier, but not as dry as some of the old white varieties. Variety Producers
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OAKES was released by by AgriPro Coker. It is a soft red winter wheat that is medium-height with medium maturity. Its head shape is tapering and apically awnletted. It is moderately resistant to stripe rust, leaf rust, Wheat Spindle Streak virus, Soil Borne Mosaic virus, and Septoria tritici. It is susceptible to powdery mildew and Hessian fly. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a class of Certified Seed. Variety Producers
OGLETHORPE was released by University of Georgia. It is a medium maturing soft red winter wheat. It has a medium-short plant height and an awnless head. It is resistant to both leaf and stripe rust. It is also resistant to all known biotypes of Hessian Fly. The variety will be marketed by Crop Production Services, Galesburg, Illinois. US PROTECTED VARIETY. Variety Producers
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ORLEANS (formerly LA 05-111) It is a new orange flesh, light rose skinned sweet potato. It is a twin to ‘Beauregard’ in many ways. Skin and flesh color are similar to ‘Beauregard’ and the sugar profiles are identical to ‘Beauregard’ so flavor is unchanged. Production characteristics in plant beds and the field (days to harvest), disease resistance, and yield are similar to ‘Beauregard’, but with fewer jumbos and improved quality. Growers will need to purchase a license, report acreage, and production locations to Louisiana. Patent applied for. Variety Producers
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OSAGE - Group V (5.6) was released by University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture. It is a medium height conventional soybean and is determinate with good yield potential and moderately high protein content. It has a purple flower, gray pubescence, tan pod wall, and an imperfect black hilum. Osage is resistant to southern stem canker, frogeye leaf spot, and sudden death Syndrome. US PROTECTED VARIETY. Variety Producers
OXFORD 207 is a conventional variety developed by North Carolina State University from a cross between Coker 371 and K 399. It has high resistance to black shank and Granville wilt. Oxford 207 produces average yields with nearly 19 leaves spaced relatively close together on a medium height plant. Yield was similar to that of K 346 but with a lower grade index. Seed of Oxford 207 will be available through Raynor Certified Tobacco Company, Rocky Mount, NC and RG Seed Company, Oxford, NC in both pelleted and regular form. Variety Producers
OXFORD 414NF This variety, developed by N.C. State University is a cross between NC 37NF and K 346. It has moderate black shank and Granville wilt resistance. It is tolerant to the Southern root-know nematode. It produces excellent yields with excellent curability (ease of curing). It is a non flowering variety. Variety Producers
OZARK was released by the Department of Agronomy at the University of Missouri in 2002. Ozark is a propagation from a very cold tolerant bermudagrass from Yugoslavia and 'Coastal'. Based on its cold tolerance and stand persistence, it is thought to be best adapted to the northern half of the bermudagrass belt. Ozark is propagated by conventional sprigging and produces vigorous underground rhizomes and crown buds. Variety Producers
O'HENRY is a white-skinned, cream-fleshed variant of Beauregard. Its maturity and disease resistance is the same as Beauregard. The leaves are green and mainly heart shaped. Vines and petioles are green with light purple at the apex of the petiole and at leaf axil. Eating quality is similar to Beauregard, though the flesh is a little drier, but not as dry as some of the old white varieties. Variety Producers
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PALMETTO™ is owned by Sod Solutions, Inc. It is a variety of St. Augustinegrass that has dark-green color, a plush appearance, with leaf blades that are tapered at the tip with a rounded end, and are soft to the touch. It demonstrates superior shade, cold, frost, heat, and drought tolerance. It is well adapted to a variety of climates and soil conditions and can be used both in residential and commercial applications. US PLANT PATENT (PP9,395) Variety Producers
PALOMAR is a short-day cultivar from California. It has greater fruit size and improved firmness. It has a tendency to produce fruit with a dry calyx during the very early part of the fruiting season. The extent of this problem varies with production site and year, and appears to be a physiological problem rather than a disease issue. Palomar is susceptible to Phytophthora cactorum root and crown rot, and preventative treatments should be applied as pre-plant dips as well as at regular intervals throughout the fruiting season. Variety Producers
PANOLA is a medium early maturity wheat variety produced and marketed by Syngenta Seeds, Inc., released in 2005. Plant height is medium. Flag leaf is erect and twisted, and leaf color is green at boot growth stage. Head shape is blocky, and head density is mid-dense. Head is awned. It is moderately resistant to powdery mildew and field races of stripe rust. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a class of certified seed. Variety Producers
PATRIOT was released by the Oklahoma State University/Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station. It is a hybrid bermudagrass proprietary variety and the property of Oklahoms State University. Patriot offers improved cold hardiness and vigorous growth relative to all other turfgrass varieties. It has a medium to fine texture and dark green color. US PLANT PATENT PP16,801. Variety Producers
PATTON was released by AgriPro Seeds, Inc.. is a medium maturity, high yielding, high-test weight wheat. It has a high level of scab resistance and an excellent disease package. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed - 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
PERFORMER switchgrass was cooperatively developed as a cultivar by the USDA- Agricultural Research Service and the North Carolina Agricultural Research Service, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC and released on 1st of November, 2006. Performer is adapted to the Southeastern U.S. and was selected for its improved IVDMD. Performer is an eight-clone synthetic which is superior over other synthetics for both IVDMD and lignin concentrations. Variety Producers
PERRY was released by the North Carolina Agricultural Research Service in 2000. It is a Virginia-type peanut with large seed and pink testa. It matures seven days later than NC 7. Perry has a high rating for resistance to CBR and partial resistance to Sclerotinia blight. It is characterized by a semi-runner growth habit. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed - 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
PHILLIPS was released by North Carolina Agricultural Research Service in 2005. It is a Virginia-type peanut with a large amount of bright fancy pods. It has alternate branching pattern, intermediate runner growth, medium green foliage, large seeds with tan testa, about 34% jumbo pods and 45% fancy pods. Maturity is similar to Gregory. Phillips performed similar to NC12C and Perry for reaction to early leaf spot and Cylindrocladium black rot. Susceptible to Sclerotinia blight. Reaction due to tomato spotted wilt virus is similar to NC-V11; less tolerant than Gregory. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed - 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
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PIEDMONT PRIDE is a proprietary fescue-bluegrass blend marketed by Slater Turf Farm. Variety Producers
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PORTO RICO has a copper skin and light orange to yellow-orange flesh. It has a smooth texture and rich sweetpotato flavor. The leaves are green and mainly heart shaped. It is susceptible to Fusarium wilt, Streptomyces soil rot (pox) and the southern root-knot nematode. Harvest is typically 130 days or more. Variety Producers
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PREMIER It is marketed as Premier Pro. Premier is a perennial plant that spreads by rhizomes and stolons and produces a dense fine textured turfgrass. The inflorescence of ‘Premier’ is a panicle, with branches originating from a common center. The leaf blade has a fold in the bud, slightly concave surface versus Tifgreen and Tifway, both of which have flat leaves. Adaxial leaf surface have very few, short hairs versus Tifway with many. Leaf sheath pubescence is present with very short hairs versus Tifgreen with none. Leaf blade veins are obscure. Leaf blade flexibility (softness) is stiff versus the softer Tifgreen. Premier was discovered under cultivated conditions in a golf course fairway near Seal Beach, Calif. It has a darker green leaf color and finer leaf texture than that of the suspected parent ‘Tifgreen’. US PLANT PATENT (PP18,247) license required to propagate. Variety Producers
PRICE was released by Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station. It is a medium maturity, short awned, six row winter barley. Flag leaf is upright. Maturity is three days later and average plant height (34 inches) is two inches taller than Callao. Straw strength and test weight are rated very good. It is resistant to powdery mildew and barley yellow dwarf. It is moderately resistant to leaf rust. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed. Variety Producers
PVH 1118 is a flue-cured tobacco hybrid with high black shank race 0 resistance and is resistant to races 1 and 3 of the southern root-know nematode. Yield, quality and curability are similar to K326. It has an excellent grade index and price index. Days to flower, plant height and number of leaves per plant are similar to K326. Variety Producers
PVH 1452 was released by from F.W. Rickard Seeds. This is a high yielding, high quality flue cured hybrid with resistance to black shank race 0 and bacterial wilt. It also has moderate resistance to black shank race 1 and is tolerant to southern root-knot nematode. Variety Producers
PVH 2110 is a hybrid with moderate resistance to bacterial wilt and is resistant to the southern root-knot nematode. It has high yield potential, very good curing characteristics and produces high quality tobacco. This variety is an excellent alternative for growers satisfied with K326, but seeking higher yields. Variety Producers
PVH 2254 was released by F.W. Rickard Seeds. It is a flue-cured hybrid. PVH 2254 has good yield potential. It is resistant to TMV and to races 1 and 3 of the southern root-knot nematodes along with high tolerance to bacterial wilt. This hybrid has a tendency to produce more leaves than traditional cultivars like K 326. To obtain the best balance between yield and quality, the plants should be topped with a maximum of 24 leaves. PVH 2254 has passed the Tobacco Minimum Standards Committee and has been included in the NCSU Tobacco OVT program for a minimum of three years. Variety Producers
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PVH1600 was released by ProfiGen. It is an F1 hybrid that combines good yield potential and produces good quality tobacco leaf. This hybrid is considered to possess high tolerance to race 0 Black Shank and moderate to high tolerance to race 1. The hybrid also has high tolerance to Bacterial wilt and is resistant to races 1 and 3 of the sourhern root-knot nematode (Meloidogyne incognita) and to the tobacco cyst nematode (Globodera spp.). Cultivar performance and morphological traits data can be found at https://content.ces.ncsu.edu/flue-cured-tobacco-information Tables 3-1 through 3-5. Variety Producers
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QUICK STAND was released jointly in 1997 by the USDA-NRCS and the University of Kentucky Agriculture Experiment Station. It is a selection from a native stand of bermudagrass. It has medium-green and moderately fine-textured leaves. It produces significantly more stolons than most varieties and has vigorous growth. It has good winter hardiness with a lower incidence of spring dead spot when compared to other bermudagrass varieties. Variety Producers
RALEIGH St. Augustinegrass was released by the North Carolina Agricultural Research Service in 1980. It has good cold-hardiness and is highly resistant to St. Augustine Decline (a virus disease). Raleigh is tolerant of moderate to heavy shade. It is a vigorous medium green plant with medium internode length and diameter, moderately long leaf of narrow width. Raleigh is moderately susceptible to chinch bugs, powdery mildew and gray leafspot. Variety Producers
RG 17 was developed by RG Seed Company from a cross between K 326 and K 399. It has high resistance to Granville wilt and low resistance to black shank. It produces high yields of good quality tobacco. Compared to K 326, plants of RG 17 flowered about 2 days earlier, were slightly taller with one additional leaf per plant after topping, and had average leaf spacing similar to that of K 326. Variety Producers
RG 81 was developed from a cross of K326 and K399. It is similar to K326 in plant height, days to flower and number of leaves per plant. It is a late maturing variety with moderate resistance to black shank, Granville wilt and is also resistant to the southern root-knot nematode. Variety Producers
RGH 4 has high resistance to Granville wilt with moderate resistance to black shank. It has resistance to both root-knot nematodes and tobacco mosaic virus. It is rated excellent in curability, but needs to ripen well for good cures. It holds well and has good stalk strength. This variety grows with a grainy appearance and will flower about two days earlier than K 326. RGH 4 is a flue-cured hybrid and is almost equal to K 326 in yield and grade index. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed - 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
RGH 51 was developed by RG Seed Company. It has high resistance to black shank and moderate resistance to Granville wilt. It is also resistant to the Southern root-knot nematode. It produces excellent yields of excellent quality tobacco. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed - 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
ROANE was released by Virginia Agricultural Research Station. It is a soft red winter wheat that is a full season, high yielding, awnletted variety with high-test weight. It is shorter than Jackson and is resistant to the prevalent field populations of powdery mildew, has intermediate resistance to soil borne mosaic, wheat spindle streak, and leaf and glume blotch. It has resistance to some of the races of leaf rust, but has no resistance to stem rust. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed. No Registered Class. Variety Producers
RODGERS was released by North Carolina Agricultural Research Service in cooperation with USDA ARS.. It is a high yielding, mid-season oat cultivar that has good test weight, kernel size, plant height, straw strength, and tolerance to barley yellow dwarf virus. No Registered Class. Variety Producers
RT 5450N - Group V It has purple flowers, gray pubescence, buff pod walls and tan hila. Roundup Ready® It is rated resistant to soybean cyst nematode (race 3 and 14). US PLANT PATENT Variety Producers
RT 5760N - Group V It has purple flowers, tawny pubescence, black pod walls and buff hila. Roundup Ready®. It is rated resistant to soybean cyst nematode (race 3 and 14) (M. incognita) Large seed. US PLANT PATENT Variety Producers
RT 5930N - Group V was released by Southern States in 2003. Roundup Ready®. It has white flowers, gray pubescence, tan pod walls, and buff hila. It is rated resistant to soybean cyst nematode (race 3 and 14). US Patent Variety Producers
RT 5960N - Group V was released by Southern States Coop. It is a Roundup Ready® variety with purple flowers, tawny pubescence, tan pod walls, and a variable color hila. It is rated resistant to soybean cyst nematode and root not nematode M. arenaria and M. incognita. US PATENT Variety Producers
RT 6202N - Group VI was released by Southern States Cooperative, Inc. in 2002. Roundup Ready®. It has white flowers, gray pubescence, tan pod walls, and buff hila. It is rated resistant to soybean cyst nematode (race 3 and 14). US Patent Variety Producers
RT 6207N - Group VI was released by Southern States in 2005. Roundup Ready®. It has a white flower, tawny pubescence, and a tan pod wall. Seed are medium with a black hilum. This medium tall, bushy plant has resistance to cyst nematode races 3 and 14 and has a tolerance to root knot nematodes. US PROTECTED VARIETY - 1994 PVPA Variety Producers
RT 6451N - Group VI was released by Southern States in 2005. Roundup Ready®. It has a white flower, tawny pubescence, and a tan pod wall. Seed are medium with a black hilum. This medium tall, bushy plant has resistance to cyst nematode races 3 and 14 and has a tolerance to root knot nematodes. Variety Producers
RT 6988B - Group VI was released by Southern States in 2002. Roundup Ready®. It has white flowers, gray pubescence, tan pod walls, and buff hila. It is rated resistant to soybean cyst nematode (race 3 and 14). US PATENT Variety Producers
RT 7270 - Group VII It has white flowers, tawny pubescence, black pod walls and tan hila. Roundup Ready®. It is rated resistant to soybean cyst nematode (race 3 and 14). Medium seed size. US PLANT PATENT Variety Producers
RT 7355N - Group VII was released by Southern States in 2007. Roundup Ready®. It has white flowers, tawny pubescence, tan pod wall, and a black hilum. It has a medium seed size Variety Producers
RT 7499N - Group VII was released by Southern States Cooperative, Inc. It has white flowers, tawny pubescence, and tan pod walls. Seed are medium with black hilum. It is resistant to cyst nematode races 3 and 14 and root-knot nematode (M. incognita). Variety Producers
RT 7999N - Group VII It has purple flowers, gray pubescence, buff pod walls and tan hila. Roundup Ready®. It is rated resistant to soybean cyst nematode (race 3 and 14) and root knot (M. incognita). Medium size seed. US PLANT PATENT Variety Producers
RTF™ (rhizomatous tall fescue) is a blend of two varieties of tall fescue. Labarinth is a tall fescue that produces rhizomes which allows it to initiate new plant growth. It has drought and disease tolerance, early-spring green-up and establishes quickly. Barrington is a tall fescue with dark green color and durability. LABARINTH: US VARIETY PROTECTION APPLIED FOR – 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
SAPPHIRE™ St. Augustinegrass was released by Sod Solutions, Inc., developed by an Australian turfgrass breeder Todd Layt. It has a fast growth habit, blue-green color, purple stolon color and long leaf blade that is highly infolded giving the appearance of a finer texture. Internode length is 48.6 mm, has a leaf width of 6.4 mm, and a leaf length of 20.2 mm. Internode color is brown with predominant yellow-green. US PLANT PATENT PENDING. Variety Producers
SAVOY is a high grain yielding, medium maturing, apically awnletted, excellent test weight, medium height line. Its maturity averages about 5 days earlier than AGS 2035. Juvenile plant growth is erect. At the boot stage, it is green plant color with no waxy stems and flag leaves are erect and non-twisted. It has good resistance to leaf rust, stripe rust, powdery mildew and wheat soil-borne mosaic virus resistance. It also has good Hessian fly resistance to current predominately biotypes in Georgia. US PROTECTED VARIETY. Variety Producers
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SEASCAPE is a strawberry variety that is day-neutral (everbearing) and is a cross between Selva and Douglas. The number of serrations on the terminal leaflets is similar to other cultivars and the terminal leaflet petiole is fairly long. This variety is also mostly independent of the day length and has less of a chilling requirement. The blooms have large petals (usually around 6) and this variety is self-fertile, providing a good amount of pollen throughout the season. The fruit is large in size, firm, and medium to long with a conic shape. The fruit also has a redder color than other cultivars, has a high ascorbic acid content, and good flavor. Variety Producers
SH7200 was released by Dr. Carl Griffey from the Virginia Tech small grains breeding program. It is a soft red winter wheat cultivar. It is broadly adapted, high yielding, early heading, medium height, awned, white glumes, and straw without anthocyanin. ‘SH7200’ is resistant to powdery mildew, speckled leaf blotch, leaf rust (except race TCRKG), stripe rust (adult plant only: PSTv-14 and PSTv-40), barley yellow dwarf virus, and Hessian fly (Biotypes B, C, D, L, and O). It is moderately resistant to Glume Blotch but moderately susceptible to wheat soil borne mosaic virus. Exclusive license has been granted to Meherrin Agricultural and Chemical Company. Variety Producers
SHIRLEY was released by by DynaGro. It is a broadly adapted, high yielding, short stature, full-season soft red winter wheat. It has resistance to powdery mildew, leaf rust, stem rust, Barley Yellow Dwarf virus, Wheat Spindle Streak Mosaic virus, Septoria tritici leaf blotch, Stagnospora nodorum leaf blotch, glume blotch, and fusarium head blight. It has resistance to biotype C of Hessian fly. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a class of Certified Seed. Variety Producers
SODMAN is a blend of tall fescue and bluegrass varieties. This brand is marketed by Buy Sod. Blend info available from certification upon request to grower. Variety Producers
SODMAN BLUE BLEND 1 is a blend of Kentucky bluegrass fescue varieties “Wildhorse’, ‘Princeton P-105’, ‘Apollo’, and “Wildwood’. This brand is marketed by Buy Sod. Variety Producers
SODMAN Blue Blend 2 is a blend of bluegrass fescue varieties 'Wildhorse' Kentucky bluegrass, 'Princeton P-105' Kentucky bluegrass, Apollo Kentucky bluegrass, and 'Wildwood' Kentucky bluegrass. This brand is marketed by Buy Sod. Variety Producers
SOUTHERN HARVEST 3200 It is a soft red winter wheat that is widely adapted, high yielding, mid-season heading, short height semi-dwarf, and apically awnletted. It is resistant to powdery mildew and leaf rust, moderately resistant to stem rust, and resistant to stripe rust. It is moderately resistant to Barley and Cereal Yellow Dwarf Viruses, but moderately susceptible to Wheat Soil Borne Mosaic Virus, Stagonospora nodorum, and Hessian fly. U.S. VARIETY PROTECTION APPLIED FOR and seed can be sold only as a class of certified seed. Exclusive license has been granted to Meherrin Agricultural and Chemical Company. Variety Producers
SOUTHERN HARVEST 4300 It is a medium height, medium-early maturing, awned soft red winter wheat with good scab and Septoria resistance. SH 4300 is moderately resistant to lodging and has high yield potential and test weight. SH 4300 is licensed to Meherrin Agricultural and Chemical Company. Variety Producers
SOUTHERN HARVEST 4400 It is a medium height, medium-late maturing, awnless soft red winter wheat with excellent resistance to Hessian fly. SH 4400 is moderately resistant to lodging and has high yield potential and test weight. SH 4400 is licensed to Meherrin Agricultural and Chemical Company. Variety Producers
SOUTHERN HARVEST 5550 is a high grain yielding, medium maturing, awnless, excellent test weight, medium height line. It has good Hessian fly resistance. Its maturity averages about 2 days later than AGS 2035. Juvenile plant growth is erect. At the boot stage, it is blue-green plant color with waxy stems and flag leaves are erect and twisted. Southern Harvest 5550 has good resistance to leaf rust, stripe rust, powdery mildew and wheat soil-borne mosaic virus resistance. Southern Harvest 5550 has good Hessian fly resistance to current predominately biotypes in Georgia. Exclusive license has been granted to Meherrin Agricultural and Chemical Company. US PLANT PATENT Variety Producers
SOUTHERN STATES 76-30 was released by Southern States Cooperative. It is a medium late winter oat variety that is medium tall. It is similar to Coker 716 in several plant characteristics and in reaction to several diseases. The variety is susceptible to Crown and stem rust, but is resistant to soil-borne mosaic and culm rot. It is generally adapted to the Piedmont and Coastal Plain. Variety Producers
SPAIN was released by University of Florida in 2011. It is a medium maturity (130-140 days), high oleic, Virginia market type peanut with very large pods. It has a prostrate growth habit with a moderate center stem and moderate vine growth. Spain has very good resistance to spotted wilt and has demonstrated excellent pod yield and a high proportion of fancy pods and extra large kernels. Spain has been exclusively licensed by Florida Foundation Seed Producers, Inc. to Birdsong Peanuts, Suffolk, VA. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed. Variety Producers
SPEIGHT 168 is a conventional variety developed by Speight Seed Company from a cross between Coker 371-Gold and Speight G-118. It has excellent resistance to black shank, Granville wilt and root-knot nematodes. It produces average yields on a 3 foot stalk with good leaf spacing. Leaves ripen at a moderate rate with excellent curability and are mostly lemon and orange color with medium body. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed – 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
SPEIGHT 210 was released by Speight Seed Farm in 2001. It was developed from (SP116 / G-126) // (K346 / G-28). It flowers 9 days later than NC 2326. The flower head type is intermediate when compared to the open flower head type for NC 2326. The internode between leaves is shorter in comparison to NC 2326. It has moderate resistance to race 0 and race 1 black shank resistance, and high resistance to Granville wilt. It has resistance to southern root-knot nematode. US VARIETY PROTECTION APPLIED FOR – 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
SPEIGHT 220 was released by Speight Seed Farms in 2004. The resistance rating for black shank is 8 (from Florida 301), and the Granville wilt rating is 16. US VARIETY PROTECTION APPLIED FOR and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed - 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
SPEIGHT 225 was released by Speight Seed Farm in 2006. It was developed from (Speight 168 x K346) (A95 X Speight 168) this variety flowers 5 days later than NC 2326 and yields just a little bit less than NC 2326, producing 18-19 harvestable leaves in a normal year. The leaves on this variety are closer on the stalk than those of the variety NC 2326. It has a high level of resistance to black shank, bacterial wilt, and Southern root know nematode. Variety Producers
SPEIGHT 227 was released by Speight Seed Farm in 2006. It was developed from (Speight 151 x K346) (SP 202 X K346). This variety flowers 4 days later than NC 2326 and in a normal year it produces around 19-20 harvestable leaves per plant. The leaves on this variety are spaced closer on the stalk than NC 2326. It has a high level of resistance to black shank, bacterial wilt, and Southern root nematode. Variety Producers
SPEIGHT 234 was released by Speight Seed Farm in 2006. It was developed from (Speight 168 x K346). This variety flowers 7 days later than NC 2326 and in a normal year it produces around 18-19 harvestable leaves per plant. The leaves on this variety are spaced closer on the stalk than NC 2326. It has a high resistance to black shank, bacterial wilt, and Southern root nematode. Variety Producers
SPEIGHT 236 is a variety from a four way cross of Speight 168, 177, 179, and 196. It was released in 2005. It averages 70 days to flowering with nearly 18 leaves harvested per plant and leaves fairly closely spaced. Variety Producers
SPEIGHT G-28 was released by Speight Seed Farm in 1969. It was developed from a cross of Coker 139, Oxford 1-181 and NC 95. It produces a moderate yield and medium quality tobacco. This variety tends to produce orange tobacco that is open, has medium grain and has a relatively low nicotine content. Fairly equal amounts of thin, medium and heavy tobacco were produced by this variety; however, it tends to be heavy bodied. Plants of Speight G-28 are short and have more than 19 leaves. The variety flowers medium to late. It has a low number of ground suckers, has moderate resistance to black shank and Granville wilt, is resistant to Fusarium wilt and root-knot nematodes, but is susceptible to mosaic. Variety Producers
SPEIGHT G-70 was released by Released by Speight Seed Farm in 1979. It was developed from a cross of Coker 258 and VA 115 and Speight G-10. The yield is much higher than NC 2326 and its quality is about the same as measured by the dollars/cwt. and grade index. Speight G-70 has an intermediate number of leaves on a low stalk, flowers at a medium time and produces a medium number of ground suckers. Speight G-70 has high resistance to black shank, low resistance to Granville wilt and is resistant to root-knot nematodes. Variety Producers
SPEIGHT H-20 was released by Speight Seed Farms, Inc. in 2000. It is an F1 hybrid. Plants of Speight H-20 produce 18-20 leaves on a 42-inch stalk. Plants flower in about 68 days. Leaves ripen normally and have excellent holding-ability. Performance of Speight H-20 has been similar to Speight G-28. Speight H-20 has a very high rating of resistance to black shank and a high rating for resistance to Granville wilt. Speight H-20 has resistance to prevalent species of the root-knot nematode. It is resistant to tobacco mosaic virus. Variety Producers
SPEIGHT NF 3 was released by Speight Seed Farm in 1996. It is a “non-flowering” tobacco variety developed from the cross of Speight NF 1 / NC 0007. It flowers about 10-12 days earlier than all other commercial “non-flowering” types of tobacco. Leaf midrib has no arches; leaf color is green; leaf shape is broadest at middle of leaf; acuminate leaf shape; angular venation pattern; smooth leaf surface; leaf margin is not wavy and is not recurved. Plant form is columnar. Flowers are pink and flower head habit is intermediate. It has high levels of resistance to black shank and Granville wilt. It is resistant to Fusarium wilt, root- knot nematode, and brown spot. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed – 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
SS 76-40 is a late maturity oat variety exclusively marketed by Southern States Cooperative, Inc (experimental variety NC97-8885), released in 2005. Plant height is shorter than ‘Brooks’. Flag leaf droops at boot growth stage. Lodging is less than Brooks or Rodgers. SS 76-40 has superior test weight and more tolerance to freezing temperatures when compared to Brooks. SS 76-40 has greater resistance to barley yellow dwarf virus in comparison with Brooks. No Registered class. US VARIETY PROTECTION APPLIED FOR and can be sold only as a class of certified seed - 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
SS 76-50 was released by North Carolina State University. It is a late variety (107 days) oat with a dark green leaf color. It has a semi-prostrate juvenile growth habit and an erect rachis. It has a medium-tall plant height (89 cm) and equilateral panicle head shape. US VARIETY PROTECTION APPLIED FOR. Variety Producers
SS 8340 is an early-medium maturity soft red winter wheat that combines high yield, strong test weights and strong straw with medium height. It has excellent winter hardiness and a yellow green plant color. The head is mid-dense,inclined, strap and awned and a recurved and twisted flag leaf. It has a very good resistance to powdery mildew, leaf rust, stripe rust, soil-borne mosaic virus, barley yellow dwarf virus, and septoria nodorum. It also has a good resistance to septoria tritici and wheat spindle streak mosaic virus. It has a 1% variant for taller heads and heads without awns. US Plant Patent Variety Producers
SS 8360 was released by DuPont Pioneer. SS 8360 is a soft red winter wheat. Juvenile plant growth is semi erect; plant color at boot is green; flag leaf at boot is erect, twisted, with wax present. Awned, mid-dense, and tapering head with inclined curvature. Medium length tanned glumes. Resistant to stripe rust, soil-borne mosaic virus, and Hessian fly bio-type L. Variety Producers
SS TRITICALE 1414 (NC01PT-1433) was released by NCSU. It is a winter triticale. It is awned with a semi-prostrate growth habit and a recurved, non-twisted flag leaf. It has a medium maturity with a mid-tall plant height. It has a yellow-green color at boot stage with a mid-dense fusiform head. It is resistant to powdery mildew and leaf rust and susceptible to barley yellow dwarf virus. US VARIETY PROTECTION APPLIED FOR and can be sold only as a class of Certified Seed. Exclusive license has been granted to Southern States. Variety Producers
SUGG is a Virginia-type peanut breeding line selected as part of a program to develop cultivars with multiple disease resistance. Sugg has alternate branching pattern, intermediate runner growth habit, medium green foliage, high contents of fancy pods, and Virginia-type pods. It has seeds with pink testa averaging 851 mg seed-1, approximately 43% jumbo pods and 44% fancy pods, and extra large kernel content of approximately 48%. Sugg is partially resistant to the four most common diseases in the Virginia-Carolina peanut production area: early leafspot, Cylindrocladium black rot (CBR), Sclerotinia blight (SB), and tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV). US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed. Variety Producers
SULLIVAN was released by NC State University (Dr. Tom Isleib's program in 2013). It is a Virginia type peanut. Yields on average 45% jumbo, 40% fancy with a tans seed coat, high oleic, and partial resistance to early leaf spot, (CBR) Cylindrocladium black rot, (SB) Sclerotinia blight, and (TSWV) Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus. Pods are most similar to Bailey, NC V-11, and Perry. It was selected for multiple disease resistance and high-oleic acid content. Sullivan was tested in the Virginia-Carolinas Peanut Variety and Quality Evaluation Program as the experimental variety N08075olCT since 2007. Producers of Sullivan seed will be required to test conditioned seed to verify high oleic composition. Sullivan is covered by utility patents on high oleic oil chemistry. Only licensed producers may sell this variety for seed and no farmer saved seed is allowed. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can only be sold as a Class of Certified Seed. Variety Producers
SWEET CHARLIE It is a strawberry variety developed from FL 80-456 / Pajaro. Plants of Sweet Charlie are smaller and more compact when compared to Camarosa. Leaves are generally slightly cupped, medium to dark green, and semi-glossy. US Plant Patent PP 8,729. Variety Producers
SY 9978 is a white-chaffed soft red winter wheat bred and developed by Syngenta Seeds, Inc. It is a medium maturing, medium tall semi-dwarf with good test weight patterns. It has good resistance to powdery mildew, Hessian fly and stripe rust. SY 9978 has shown moderate resistant to moderate susceptibility to leaf rust and Septoria trittici. SY 9978 has a juvenile growth habit that is semi-erect. Plant color at boot stage is blue green. Flag leaf at boot stage is erect and twisted. Waxy bloom is present on the head, stem and flag leaf sheath. Anther color is yellow. Head shape is tapering, mid-dense and awned. Chaff color is white in color. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed. Variety Producers
SY CYPRESS was released by Syngenta Seeds, Inc. It is a soft red winter wheat. SY Cypress is a medium-short height semi-dwarf variety and has white chaff at maturity. It has early maturity and its heading date is about one day earlier than USG 3120 and about three days earlier than AGS 2035. It has shown best adaptation to the wheat growing areas of Louisiana, southern Georgia and eastern South Carolina. It has shown moderate resistance to the races of powdery mildew and leaf rust in these areas. It has shown a moderate resistance/ moderate susceptibility reaction to the current race of stripe rust in Louisiana. It is likely also adapted to south Mississippi and south Alabama. Milling and baking characteristics are good and this variety is intended for grain production. Juvenile growth habit of SY Cypress is erect. Plant color at boot stage is blue green. Anther color is yellow. Auricle anthocyanin is absent. Flag leaf at boot stage is erect and twisted and wax is present. Head shape is tapering and awned. Glumes are mid-long in length. Glume shoulder shape is elevated with an acuminate beak. Seed shape is ovate. Brush hairs on the seed are mid-long in length and occupy a medium area of the seed tip. Seed cheeks are rounded. US PLANT VARIETY PROTECTION APPLIED FOR and can only be sold as a class of certified seed and will be royalty bearing. Certified acreage is not to be published by AOSCA or certifying agencies. Variety Producers
SY HARRISON is a soft red, winter wheat. It is a medium-late heading variety that is awned with average height. It is resistant to Septoria (leaf and glume blotch). It has moderate resistance/moderate susceptible to powdery mildew and leaf rust. US PROTECTED VARIETY.
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SY MISKIN was released by Syngenta Seeds, Inc. It is a tall, soft red winter wheat. It is medium maturity with a heading date almost 4 and one-half days later than “Oakes”. SY Miskin has shown broad adaptation across the major wheat growing areas of southeast Missouri, eastern Arkansas, western Tennessee and Kentucky, the ‘Delta’ region of Mississippi, northern Louisiana, eastern North Carolina, and northeastern South Carolina. Juvenile growth habit of SY Miskin is semi-erect. Plant color at boot stage is green. Anther color is yellow. Auricle color is white and anthocyanin is absent. Flag leaf at boot stage is recurved, twisted, and wax is present. Head shape is tapering and awned. Glumes are medium in length. Glume shoulder shape is oblique with an acuminate beak. Chaff color is white at maturity. Seed shape is ovate and red in color with the brush hairs on the seed medium in length. Seed cheeks are rounded. US VARIETY PROTECTION APPLIED FOR Variety Producers
SY VIPER was released by Syngenta Seeds, Inc.. It is a medium to medium-tall height, semi-dwarf variety. It is medium to medium-early in maturity with white chaff and heading date almost three and one-half days earlier than “Oakes”. SY Viper has shown broad adaptation with very good yield performance and test weight across the major wheat growing areas. Juvenile growth habit of SY Viper is semi-erect. Plant color at boot stage is blue green. Anther color is yellow. Auricle anthocyanin is absent. Flag leaf at boot stage is erect and twisted and wax is present. Head shape is tapering and awnletted. Glumes are mid-long in length. Glume shoulder shape is oblique with an obtuse beak. Chaff color is white at maturity. Seed shape is ovate. Brush hairs on the seed are mid-long in length and occupy a medium area of the seed tip. Seed cheeks are rounded. It has shown moderate resistance to the current races of powdery mildew and moderate susceptibility to the current races of leaf rust in these areas. Milling and baking characteristics are equivalent to those of soft wheat variety, Jamestown, and SY Viper is intended for grain production. US PROTECTED VARIETY and seed can only be sold as a Class of Certified Seed. Variety Producers
TAM 303 is an early maturing, awned, semi-dwarf hard red winter wheat variety with red chaff. It is medium height and medium maturing, compared to commonly grown hard winter wheat cultivars. It has been extensively tested throughout Texas, the Great Plains, and the eastern US and has proved to be high yielding across a wide range of environments. TAM 303 produces high grain yields in its primary production zones, which include the southern Great Plains of the US. It is highly resistant to leaf rust and powdery mildew and moderately resistant to stripe rust. It shows moderate resistance to wheat soil-borne mosaic virus and wheat streak mosaic virus. Variety Producers
TIFBLAIR was released exclusively to The Turfgrass Group, Inc. from USDA ARS and Georgia Agricultural Experiment Station in 1995. It is a variety of centipedegrass (Eremochloa ophiuroides), the first seed-propagated commercial cultivar with a known pedigree. It has leaf color similar to common centipedegrass. Leaf width (5.9 mm) and length (70.2 mm) is similar to common centipedegrass. Tifblair grows more rapidly, with more vigor, better quality, and more cold tolerance when compared to common centipedegrass in clay loam soils with low pH values (5.0 or lower). It produces more stolons that grow faster and have more leaves in comparison with common centipedegrass. US PROTECTED VARIETY - 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
TIFDWARF is a hybrid bermudagrass with dark green color; basic plant color turns purple with near-freezing temperatures. It has a smaller leaves and stems and shorter internodes when compared to Tifgreen. It tolerates closer mowing and makes a better putting surface than Tifgreen, but otherwise, it is similar to Tifgreen. Its uses are golf greens and very fine, closely mowed lawns. Variety Producers
TIFGRAND was released by by Dr. Wayne Hanna and Dr. Kris Braman, professors at the University of Georgia in 2009. It was released with exclusive licensing granted to The Turfgrass Group, Inc. of Fort Valley, Georgia. TifGrand is a dense fine leaf warm season turf grass with significantly more shade tolerance thriving in 60-70% continuous shade. TifGrand has a naturally dark green color with superior quality in full sun. It has excellent tawny mole cricket resistance and requires lower fertilizer (nitrogen) and water inputs than some other warm season grasses. The variety is patented and unauthorized propagation is not permitted. The variety may only be sold by licensed producers and is available only as a certified grass. US PLANT PATENT. Variety Producers
TIFSPORT (Tift 94) was released by the USDA-ARS and licensed exclusively to the University of Georgia Research Foundation (UGARF) for commercialization. Tifsport (Tift 94) is a hybrid bermudagrass. It was selected for tolerance to close mowing, turf quality, mole cricket non-preference and greenup characteristics. It is more winter hardy than Tifway or Tifway II and maintains its green color later into the fall, but initiates regrowth later in the spring. US PLANT PATENT (PP10,079). Variety Producers
TIFT 10 was collected by GW Burton in 1974 in Shanghai, China and released by the Georgia Coastal Plain Experiment Station and USDA-ARS. It is a vegetative introduction. TIFT 10 is vegetatively propagated, sheds pollen, but produces few seeds. Foliage is coarse textured with a natural dark bluish-green color; stolons are dark purple with one to three inch internodes. It establishes rapidly. It is suited for lawns, roughs, roadsides, and low traffic-athletic fields. Variety Producers
TIFTON 44 was released by the Georgia Coastal Plain Experiment Station, Tifton, Georgia, in cooperation with the ARS and USDA in 1978. It is a fine stemmed F1 hybrid that must be propagated vegetatively. Compared with Coastal Bermuda, Tifton 44 is a darker green, has finer stems that cure faster when cut for hay, has more rhizomes, is a little shorter, makes a denser sod and is more winter hardy than other Bermudas tested. It starts growth earlier in the spring than most Bermuda grasses tested at Tifton. Tifton 44 is more resistant to foliar disease than many varieties. Variety Producers
TIFTON 85 was released by the Georgia Coastal Plain Experiment Station in 1992. A new hybrid Bermuda grass, it averaged 26% more dry matter and was 11% more digestible than Coastal in small plot tests. It has outperformed Coastal and Tifton 78 in replicated grazing trials. To date it has not been extensively tested in North Carolina. Winter hardiness is undetermined but appears to be no greater than Tifton 78. Variety Producers
TIFTUF (DT-1) was released by UGA in 2015. It is a vegetatively propagated hybrid bermudagrass that was developed. The variety has an exclusive license granted to New Concepts Turf. It has the same leaf characteristics as Tifway but has a lighter green color than Tifway and Celebration. Tiftuf has an earlier green up similar to Tifsport and retains color and sod quality longer in stressed environments. Tiftuf has a faster growth rate compared to Tifway and Tifsport but cover more slowly than Celebration. Color retention during fall dormancy for Tiftuf is usually greater than Tifway and Tifsport. Tiftuf is patent protected and will only be able to be sold as a Certified Class of Sod. Variety Producers
TIFWAY was released by the Georgia Coastal Plain Experiment Station. Tifway (Tifton 419) Bermuda is a hybrid between common Bermuda and African Bermuda. It is an aggressive, disease resistant, dark-green Bermuda particularly suited for golf tees, fairways, lawns and similar uses. Variety Producers
TIFWAY II was released by Georgia Coastal Plain Experiment Station. It looks like Tifway, however, Tifway II produces a denser, more weed-free turf, exhibits a little better quality, is more resistant to root-knot ring and sting nematodes. It has more frost tolerance and shows better spring growth than Tifway. Tifway II is suited for lawns, fairways, golf tees and other similar uses. Variety Producers
TN 86 LC was developed from a cross of Burley 49 and a breeding line PVY–202. It has black shank, TVMV, TEV, PVY, black root rot, wildfire resistance. It has a high number (22 to 26) of compact spaced leaves. Variety Producers
TN 90 LC is a medium to late maturing burley with approximately 20 leaves and high resistance to black root rot, tobacco etch virus, potato virus Y, and tobacco mosaic virus. Variety Producers
TOURNAMENT BLUE is a blend of bluegrass varieties. This brand is marketed by Buy Sod INC. Blend info available from certification upon request to grower. Variety Producers
TRAVIS was released by the Louisiana Agricultural Experiment Station in 1980. It is a high yielding variety that matures about 20 days earlier than Jewel and has well-shaped roots with rose skin color and orange flesh. Travis is resistant to internal cork, moderately resistant to soil rot, root knot nematode and Fusarium wilt. Plant production has been satisfactory. Travis keeps fairly well in storage but is not considered a main storage variety. Baking quality is equal to or slightly lower than other varieties. Variety Producers
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TREASURE was released by J & P Research, Inc. (Peggy Chang), in 2000. It is a plasticulture-adapted short-day strawberry variety developed from the cross of A3 (an unpatented J&P selection) / Oso Grande. Average height and width for mature plants is 19 and 37 cm respectively. Average petiole length and diameter is 203 mm and 3 mm respectively Petioles have heavy pubescence. Average length and breadth of terminal leaflets is 62 and 61 mm respectively. Shape of terminal leaflet is orbicular with serrulate margin (average of 19 serrations per terminal leaflet). Petiole pubescence is heavy. The frequency of bracts that occur on the petioles of Treasure is 64%, whereas there are none on Camarosa. Stolon has high anthocyanin coloration. US PLANT PATENT NUMBER PP 12,414. Unauthorized Propagation Prohibited. Variety Producers
TRIBUTE was released exclusively to Royster-Clark, Inc. in 2002. It is a late maturity variety with short plant height. Flag leaf is erect and twisted, and plant color is green at boot growth stage. Head density is mid-dense, head shape is tapering, and head color is yellow at maturity. Head is awnletted. The variety is resistant to stem and leaf rust, powdery mildew, and stripe rust. It is resistant to aphid. US VARIETY PROTECTION APPLIED FOR and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed. Variety Producers
TRICAL™ BRAND 498 was released by Resource Seeds. is a facultative type of triticale. It is an early maturity variety with shorter straw. US PROTECTED VARIETY – 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
TRICAL® BRAND 141 is a hexaploid, awnletted, mid-maturity, facultative triticale. At boot stage, the plant is green and the leaves are light to moderate waxy. The flag leaf is upright and slightly twisted with the stems being moderate waxy. Triticale 141 has a similar height to Trical 2700. Auricles are white with the neck being mostly straight and hairy. The heads are dense and fusiform. The glumes are glabrous, tan, long and narrow, with oblique shoulder and acute beak. Seeds are elliptical, amber, slightly wrinkled (under irrigated production), with long, large brush. It has a variance of less than 0.5% each for awned heads and taller plants. US VARIETY PROTECTION APPLIED FOR. Variety Producers
TRICAL® BRAND 2700 is an awned, white glumed, medium tall, medium maturing variety released in 1993. It is a forage and grain type with good straw strength with high leaf to stem ratio. US PROTECTED VARIETY. Variety Producers
TRICAL® BRAND 308 was released by Resource Seeds, Inc. in 2002. It is a medium maturity variety with tall plant height. Coleoptile color is purple and juvenile growth habit is erect. Flag leaf is recurved. Auricle color is white. Head color is tan at maturity and is awned. US PROTECTED VARIETY
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TV8848 was released by DuPont Pioneer . It is a soft red winter wheat adapted to southern US soft wheat regions. It is a medium height variety with awned heads and short white/amber glumes with purple anthers. TV8848 has excellent resistance to stripe rust, and intermediate resistance to scab, soil-borne mosaic virus, stem rust, glume blotch, powdery mildew, and leaf rust. TV8848 is also resistant to Hessian fly Biotype L conferred by H13 resistance gene. Juvenile growth habit is prostrate and leaf color is green at boot. Anthocyanin is present in mature stems and the flag leaf is recurved, twisted and waxy.
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TV8861 was released by DuPont Pioneer . It is a soft red winter wheat adapted to southern US soft wheat regions. It is a medium height and has an awned head with short white/amber glumes and purple anthers. TV8861 has shown intermediate resistance to stripe rust, soil-borne mosaic virus, stem rust, powdery mildew, and leaf rust. TV8861 is also resistant to Hessian fly Biotype L. Juvenile growth habit is prostrate and leaf color is green at boot. Flag leaf is recurved, twisted, and wax is present.
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TYRONE - Group VII was released by USDA-ARS. It has white flowers and gray pubescence. Seed are yellow with shiny seed coat luster and brown hila. It is a giant forage type soybean, specifically developed for the South. It has the Rps2 gene for resistance to Phytophthora root rot disease and has resistance to bacterial pustule. It has moderate resistance to downy mildew disease. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed - 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
UA 5414RR - Group V was released by University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture. It is the first Roundup Ready® technology soybean from this group. It has good yield adapted to growing conditions throughout Arkansas. UA 5414RR fills a niche for growers who want to use the Roundup system of weed control but don’t want to pay the higher cost of the next generation Roundup ready Yield® technology. UA 5414RR is resistant to stem canker, moderately susceptible to frogeye leaf spot, and susceptible to soybean cyst nematode (races 2, 3, 4, 5, and 14), southern root knot nematode, and reniform nematode. US Plant Patent has been applied for. A license must be obtained from the University of Arkansas to produce seed and is limited to Foundation and Certified classes only. Variety Producers
USG 3120 was released by by UniSouth Genetics. It is a medium-early maturity soft red winter wheat. It is an awned, medium tall plant with very good resistance to leaf blotch, stripe rust, leaf rust, and powdery mildew. It also has good resistances to soil-borne mosaic virus. It has excellent winter hardiness and standability. This variety has a wide area of adaptability with strong test weights per bushel. US Plant Patent Variety Producers
USG 3197 was released by UniSouth Genetics. It is a medium early maturity soft red winter wheat. It is an awned, medium plant with great resistance to scab. It also has good resistances to powdery mildew, leaf rust, glume blotch, barley yellow dwarf virus, and leaf blotch. It has excellent test weights, emergence, winter hardiness, and standability. This variety is widely adapted in the wheat growing region. US PLANT PATENT Variety Producers
USG 3201 was released by UniSouth Genetics. It is a medium maturity soft red winter wheat. It is an awnletted, medium tall plant with very good resistance to leaf blotch, stripe rust, scab, and powdery mildew. It also has good resistances to leaf rust. It has excellent winter hardiness and standability. This variety has a wide area of adaptability with strong test weights per bushel. US Plant Patent Variety Producers
USG 3209 was released by UniSouth Genetics, Inc. in 1999. Plant height is short, straw strength is moderate, and grain heads are apically awned. Maturity is early, test weight is average, and yield potential is excellent. USG 3209 is resistant to powdery mildew and stem and leaf rust. It is moderately resistant to wheat spindle streak virus, leaf and glume blotch, and barley yellow dwarf. USG 3209 is resistant to Hessian fly biotypes GP, B, and E. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed. No Registered Class. Variety Producers
USG 3251 is a medium-late maturity soft red winter wheat released by UniSouth Genetics. It is an awned, medium tall plant with good resistance to leaf blotch, leaf rust, stripe rust, scab, and powdery mildew. It has good winter hardiness and standability. This variety has a good soil disease package with strong yields and good test weights per bushel. US Plant Patent Variety Producers
USG 3404 was released by Uni-South Genetics. It is a medium maturity soft red winter wheat. It is an awned, medium tall plant with great resistance to leaf rust, scab, and powdery mildew. It also has good resistances to leaf blotch, stripe rust, stem rust, glume blotch, soil-borne mosaic virus, and barley yellow dwarf virus. It has excellent test weights, winter hardiness and standability. This variety specializes on the east coast wheat growing region but is adapt to the mid-south as well. The variety shows excellent stress tolerance. US Plant Patent Variety Producers
USG 3409 is an early wheat, awnless, and medium plant height. It has excellent leaf rust, stripe rust, powdery mildew, and leaf blotch resistance. It has excellent test weight and winter hardiness. It has excellent lodging resistance.US Plant Patent Variety Producers
USG 3438 was released by UniSouth Genetics, Inc. The variety is a late maturing with medium height. The head is awnless and the variety has shown very good test weight. It is resistant to stripe and leaf rust and moderate resistance to powdery mildew, glume blotch and barley yellow dwarf. Variety Producers
USG 3452 was released by UniSouth Genetics. It is an early maturity soft red winter wheat. It is an awnless, medium tall plant with good resistance to leaf blotch, scab, stripe rust, leaf rust, soil-borne mosaic virus, and barley yellow dwarf virus. It also has very good resistances to powdery mildew. It has excellent winter hardiness and good standability. This variety has a wide area of adaptability with strong test weights per bushel and excellent milling and baking qualities. US Plant Patent Variety Producers
USG 3458 was released by UniSouth Genetics. It is an early maturity soft red winter wheat. It is an awnless, medium short plant with excellent resistance to strip rust and Hessian fly. It has good resistance to leaf rust. It has excellent test weights, winter hardiness and standability. This variety specializes on the east coast wheat growing region and is adapt to the mid-Atlantic wheat region as well. US PLANT PATENT Variety Producers
USG 3523 was released by Uni-South Genetics. It is a medium maturity soft red winter wheat. It is an awned, medium tall plant with good resistance to leaf blotch, scab, stripe rust, leaf rust, soil-borne mosaic virus, powdery mildew, and glume blotch. It has excellent winter hardiness and good standability. This variety has a wide area of adaptability with the exception of the Deep South region. It has very good test weights per bushel and is a great variety for double cropping. US Plant Patent Variety Producers
USG 3536 was released by UniSouth Genetics. It is a medium early maturity soft red winter wheat. It is an awned, medium tall plant with great resistance to stripe rust, and scab. It also has good resistances to powdery mildew, leaf rust, glume blotch, soil-borne mosaic virus, barley yellow dwarf virus, and Hessian fly bio type L. It has excellent test weights, winter hardiness and standability. This variety is widely adapted in the wheat growing region. US PLANT PATENT Variety Producers
USG 3555 was released by UniSouth Genetics, Inc. It is an early heading, soft red winter wheat. The head is awnless and the plant is short. It has good to excellent resistance to Stripe Rust, Barley Yellow Dwarf Virus, Stem Rust, and Powdery Mildew and Biotype E Hessian Fly. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed. Variety Producers
USG 3592 was released by UniSouth Genetics, Inc. in 2004. It is a medium maturity, medium height wheat variety. Flag leaf is erect and not twisted, and plant color is green at boot growth stage. Head density is mid-dense, head shape is strap and erect at maturity. Head is apically awnletted. USG 3592 is resistant to leaf rust, soil-borne wheat mosaic virus, Septoria blotch, and Hessian fly. It is moderately resistant to powdery mildew. US PROTECTED VARIETY - 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
USG 3612 is a medium maturity wheat, awnless, and medium plant height. It has a good to excellent resistance package to several common diseases in the southeast. It has good resistance to leaf blotch and scab. It has good test weights and excellent winter hardiness. It has excellent lodging resistance. This variety has a good disease package with strong yields. US Plant Patent Variety Producers
USG 3665 was released by UniSouth Genetics, Inc.. Plant has a early maturity with medium height. The head is awnless and the variety has shown very good test weight. It is resistant to stripe and leaf rust and moderate resistance to powdery mildew, glume blotch and barley yellow dwarf. Variety Producers
USG 3725 was released by UniSouth Genetics, Inc.. is a medium high and medium maturity soft red winter wheat. It has a good leaf, stem and stripe rust resistance as well as powdery mildew resistance. Variety Producers
USG 3756 was released by UniSouth Genetics. USG3 3756 is a medium-early maturity soft red winter wheat. It is an awned, medium tall plant with good resistance to leaf blotch, scab, stem rust, leaf rust, and glume blotch. It has good winter hardiness and good standability. This variety has a wide area of adaptability stronger in the Deep South region. US PLANT PATENT. Variety Producers
USG 3895 was released by UniSouth Genetics. It is a medium maturity soft red winter wheat. It is an awned, medium short plant with excellent resistance to strip rust. It has good resistance to leaf rust, and glume blotch. It has excellent winter hardiness and good standability. This variety adapted to the east coast region. US PLANT PATENT. Variety Producers
USG 3993 was released by Uni-South Genetics. It is a medium-late maturity soft red winter wheat. It is an awnless, medium tall plant with good resistance to leaf blotch, leaf rust, barley yellow dwarf virus, and powdery mildew. It has excellent resistance to scab and soil borne mosaic virus. It has excellent lodging resistance and winter hardiness. This variety has strong yields and good test weights per bushel. US Plant Patent Variety Producers
USG 540nRR - Group V was released by UniSouth Genetics, Inc. It is Roundup-Ready®. It has white flowers, tawny pubescence, tan pod walls, and brown hila. It is rated moderately resistant to soybean cyst nematode (races 3 and 14). US PLANT PATENT Variety Producers
USG 620nRR - Group VI was released by UniSouth Genetics, Inc. It is Roundup-Ready®. It has white flowers, gray pubescence, tan pod walls, and buff hila. It is rated resistant to soybean cyst nematode (races 3 and 14). US PLANT PATENT Variety Producers
USG 7482nRR - Group IV was released by UniSouth Genetics, Inc. It has purple flowers, tawny pubescence, and tan pod walls. Leaf color is medium green and leaflet size is large. Seeds are yellow with shiny luster and large size. Color of hila is black. USG 7482nRR is resistant to soybean cyst nematode race 3 and 14. It is moderately resistant to sudden death syndrome and frogeye leafspot. Variety Producers
USG 7484nRR - Group IV was released by UniSouth Genetics in 2007. It is Roundup Ready®. It has purple flowers, tawny pubescence, tan pod wall, and a black hilum. It has a medium seed size. It is resistant to soybean cyst nematode (race 3). Variety Producers
USG 7487XTS was released by UniSouth Genetics. It is a tall height indeterminate soybean with 4.8 maturity. It is Roundup Ready 2 Xtend® soybean with Dicamba, glyphosate, and STS herbicide tolerant. It has purple flowers, gray pubescence, tan pod wall and an imperfect black hilum. It is rated to have excellent resistance to Stem Canker. It is moderately resistant to Frogeye Leaf Spot, Phytophthora, and Sudden Death. It has excellent resistance to shattering and excellent emergence. US PLANT PATENT Variety Producers
USG 7489nRR - Group IV was released by Unisouth Genetics, Inc.. It is Roundup-Ready®. It has purple flowers, tawny pubescence, brown pod walls, and black hila. US PATENT Variety Producers
USG 74A74RS - Group IV was released by UniSouth Genetics with stacked STS and RR2 genes. It is an indeterminate late (4.7) soybean with purple flowers, light tawny pubescence, tan pod wall and a black hilum. It has a semi-bushy growth type and a medium plant height. It is rated to have excellent resistance to stem canker. It has moderate resistance to sudden death and root knot nematode. US PLANT PATENT. Variety Producers
USG 74A79R - Group 4.7 was released by UniSouth Genetics, Inc. It is an indeterminate late variety, with stacked STS and Roundup Ready 2 Yield® genes. It has purple flowers, light tawny pubescence, brown pod wall and a black hilum. It has a semi-bushy growth type and a medium plant height. It is rated to have excellent resistance to Phytophthora and sudden death. It has moderate resistance to charcoal rot. US PLANT PATENT. Variety Producers
USG 74B81R - Group 4.8 was released by UniSouth Genetics, Inc. It is an indeterminate tall soybean. It combines the traits Roundup Ready 2 Yield® and STS. It has purple flowers, light tawny pubescence, brown pod wall, and black hilum. It is rated to have good resistance to stem canker, sudden death, Phytophthora, and Frogeye Leaf Spot. It is fairly resistant to shattering and performs best in the Delta area. It is adapted to all soils but performs best on clay soils. It is resistant to soybean cyst nematode Race 5 and moderately resistant to Race 14. US PLANT PATENT. Variety Producers
USG 74D95RS - Group 4.9 was released by UniSouth Genetics. It is an indeterminate medium height soybean. It combines the traits Roundup Ready 2 Yield® and STS. It has purple flowers, gray pubescence, tan pod wall, and imperfect black hilum. It is resistant to shattering and has excellent standability. It shows excellent resistance to stem canker and root knot nematode. It has good resistance to Phytophthora and has moderately resistance to sudden death and frogeye leaf spot. US PLANT PATENT. Variety Producers
USG 74E88 was released by UniSouth Genetics. It is a medium-tall height indeterminate soybean with 4.8 maturity. It is Roundup Ready 1 soybean with glyphosate, and STS herbicide tolerance. It has white flowers, tawny pubescence, tan pod wall and a black hilum. It is rated to have excellent resistance to Stem Canker. It is moderately resistant to Frogeye Leaf Spot, Phytophthora, Sudden Death, Charcoal Rot, and Root Knot Nematode. US PLANT PATENT Variety Producers
USG 74F96 - Group IV was released by UniSouth Genetics, Inc. It is Roundup Ready®. It has purple flowers, light tawny pubescence, tan pod wall and a black hilum. It is rated to have excellent resistance to Cercospora and Soybean Mosaic. US PLANT PATENT Variety Producers
USG 7515nRS - Group V was released by UniSouth Genetics in 2007. It is Roundup Ready® and Synchrony® tolerant. It has purple flowers, tawny pubescence, tan pod wall, and a black hilum. It has a medium seed size. It is resistant to soybean cyst nematode (races 3 and 14). US PLANT PATENT Variety Producers
USG 7553nRS - Group V was released by Unisouth Genetics, Inc. It is Roundup-Ready® and Synchrony® Tolerant. It has white flowers, gray pubescence, brown pod walls, and buff hila. It is rated moderately resistant to soybean cyst nematode (races 3 and 14).
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USG 7557XT was released by UniSouth Genetics. It is a medium height indeterminate soybean with 5.5 maturity. It is Roundup Ready 2 Xtend® soybean with Dicamba and glyphosate herbicide tolerance. It has purple flowers, gray pubescence, tan pod wall and an imperfect black hilum. It is rated to have excellent resistance to Phytophthora, Frogeye Leaf Spot, and Stem Canker. It has excellent resistance to shattering, standability, and excellent emergence. US PLANT PATENT Variety Producers
USG 7576XT was released by UniSouth Genetics. It is a medium height determinate soybean with 5.7 maturity. It is Roundup Ready 2 Xtend® soybean with Dicamba and glyphosate herbicide tolerance. It has purple flowers, gray pubescence, tan pod wall and an imperfect black hilum. It is rated to have excellent resistance to Stem Canker. It is moderately resistant to Frogeye Leaf Spot, Root Knot Nematode, and Sudden Death. It has excellent resistance to shattering, standability, and good emergence. US PLANT PATENT Variety Producers
USG 7582nRR - Group V was released by UniSouth Genetics, Inc. It has white flowers, gray pubescence, and tan pod walls. Leaf color is medium green and leaflet size is large. Seeds are yellow with shiny luster and medium size. Color of hila is buff. USG 7582nRR is resistant to soybean cyst nematode race 3 and 14. It is moderately resistant to sudden death syndrome, frogeye leafspot, and Cercospora leafspot. US PLANT PATENT Variety Producers
USG 75B75R was released by UniSouth Genetics. It is a is a determinate soybean with 5.7 maturity. Roundup Ready 2 Yield®. It Is METRIBUZIN resistant. It has purple flowers, tawny pubescence, tan pod wall and brown hilum. It is rated to have excellent resistance to Stem Canker and Root Knot Nematodes. It has moderate resistance to Frogeye Leaf Spot and Sudden Death Syndrome. It has excellent resistance to shattering and standability. US PLANT PATENT. Variety Producers
USG 75G90L - Group 5.9 was released by UniSouth Genetics, Inc. It is a tall determinate soybean. It is a Liberty Link® variety with Ignite® Herbicide tolerance. It has white flowers, gray pubescence, brown pod wall, and buff hilum. It is rated to have good resistance to stem canker, sudden death, Frogeye Leaf Spot, Root Knot Nematode, and soybean cyst nematode. It also has excellent resistant to shattering. US PLANT PATENT. Variety Producers
USG 75G95LS - Group 5.9 was released by UniSouth Genetics. It is a determinate tall soybean. It combines the traits Liberty Link and STS. It has white flowers, tawny pubescence, tan pod wall, and light brown hilum. It is resistant to shattering, has excellent emergence and standability. It is rated to have excellent resistance to Stem Canker and Sudden Death Syndrome. It shows good resistance to Frogeye Leaf Spot. US PLANT PATENT Variety Producers
USG 75J10 - Group 5.1 was released by UniSouth Genetics, Inc. It has light tawny pubescence, purple flowers, black hilum, and tan pods. It has resistance to root knot nematode, frogeye, Cercospora, Sudden Death, and stem canker. It has the Roundup Ready 2 gene. Variety Producers
USG 75J47 - Group V was released by Unisouth Genetics, Inc. It is Roundup Ready®. It has white flowers, gray pubescence, buff hilum and tan pod walls. Plant growth type is semi-bushy. It is resistant to soybean cyst nematode race 3, and moderately resistant to race 14. US PLANT PATENT Variety Producers
USG 75J50R - Group 5.5 was released by UniSouth Genetics, Inc.. It has tawny pubescence, purple flowers, brown hilum, and tan pods. It has good resistance to frogeye, Cercospora, sudden death, and stem canker as well as resistance to races 3 and 14 of soybean cyst nematode. It has the Roundup Ready 2 gene. Variety Producers
USG 75J62R - Group 5.6 was released by UniSouth Genetics, Inc. It is a tall indeterminate soybean. It is Roundup Ready 2 Yield® and STS stacked. It has white flowers, gray pubescence, brown pod wall and imperfect black hilum. It is rated to have excellent resistance to stem canker and Cercospora. It is moderately resistant to sudden death and Frogeye Leaf Spot. It is fairly resistant to shattering and performs well in the Delta. It is also resistant to soybean cyst nematode, races 3 and 14. US PLANT PATENT. Variety Producers
USG 75J90R - Group 5.8 was released by UniSouth Genetics, Inc. It has gray pubescence, purple flowers, imperfect black hilum, and tan pods. It has a semi-bushy growth habit and has a medium plant height. It has good lodging resistance. USG 75J90 has resistance to race 3 and moderate resistance to race 14 of the soybean cyst nematode. It is also resistant to southern root knot nematode. It has good resistance to Sudden Death, Frogeye, Stem Canker, and Cercospora. Variety Producers
USG 75J97 - Group V was released by Unisouth Genetics, Inc. It is a determinate variety that is Roundup Ready®. USG 75J97 has white flowers, gray pubescence, buff hilum and tan pod walls. Plant growth type is semi-bushy. It is resistant to soybean cyst nematode race 3, and moderately resistant to race 14. US PLANT PATENT Variety Producers
USG 75Q52R - Group 5.5 was released by UniSouth Genetics, Inc. It is a tall determinate soybean. Roundup Ready 2 Yield®. It has white flowers, gray pubescence, tan pod wall, and buff hilum. It is rated to have excellent resistance to stem canker and Cercospora. It is moderately resistant to sudden death, Phytophthora, and Frogeye Leaf Spot. It is fairly resistant to shattering and performs well in the East Coast and the Mid-South. It is resistant to soybean cyst nematode Race 3 and moderately resistant to Race 14.
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USG 75U52R - Group 5.5 was released by UniSouth Genetics, Inc. It is a determinate soybean. Roundup Ready 2 Yield®. It has purple flowers, gray pubescence, tan pod wall and imperfect black hilum. It is rated to have excellent resistance to stem canker and moderate resistance to Frogeye Leaf Spot. It is fairly resistant to shattering and performs well on sandy soils. It is also resistant to soybean cyst nematode, Race 5. US PLANT PATENT. Variety Producers
USG 75Z38 - Group V was released by UniSouth Genetics, Inc. It is Roundup Ready®. It has purple flowers, tawny pubescence, tan pod wall and a black hilum. It is rated to have excellent resistance to Stem Canker, Root Knot Nematode and Soybean Mosaic. It has moderate resistance to Frogeye Leaf Spot and Soybean Cyst Nematode Race 3.
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USG 75Z98 - Group V was released by UniSouth Genetics, Inc. It has gray flowers, white pubescence, buff pod walls and tan hila. Roundup Ready®. It is rated resistant to soybean cyst nematode race 3 and moderately resistant to race 1 and14. Medium plant height. US PLANT PATENT Variety Producers
USG 7607XT was released by UniSouth Genetics. It is a medium height determinate soybean with 6.0 maturity. It is Roundup Ready 2 Xtend® soybean with Dicamba and glyphosate herbicide tolerance. It has white flowers, light tawny pubescence, brown pod wall and an imperfect black hilum. It is rated to have excellent resistance to Root Knot Nematode, Frogeye Leaf Spot, and Stem Canker. It has excellent resistance to shattering and standability. US PLANT PATENT Variety Producers
USG 7645 RR - Group VI was released by Unisouth Genetics, Inc. It is Roundup Ready®. It has white flowers, tawny pubescence, tan pod wall, and black hila. It is resistant to soybean cyst nematode races 3 and 14. It is resistant to sudden death syndrome and stem canker. Variety Producers
USG 7686XT was released by UniSouth Genetics. It is a medium height determinate soybean with 6.8 maturity. It is a Roundup Ready 2 Xtend® soybean with Dicamba and glyphosate herbicide tolerance. It has purple flowers, tawny pubescence, tan pod wall and a black hilum. It is rated to have excellent resistance to Root Knot Nematode. It is moderately resistant to Frogeye Leaf Spot, Phytophthora, and Stem Canker. It has excellent resistance to shattering and resistance to Metribuzin. US PLANT PATENT Variety Producers
USG 7697XT was released by UniSouth Genetics. It is a medium height determinate soybean with 6.9 maturity. It is Roundup Ready 2 Xtend® soybean with Dicamba and glyphosate herbicide tolerance. It has purple flowers, tawny pubescence, tan pod wall and a black hilum. It is rated to have excellent resistance to Root Knot Nematode, Frogeye Leaf Spot, and Stem Canker. It has excellent resistance to shattering and excellent emergence. US PLANT PATENT Variety Producers
USG 76G10L - Group VI was released by UniSouth Genetics, Inc. It is a determinate variety. It has the Liberty Link® trait which is Ignite Herbicide Tolerant. It has a purple flower, gray pubescence, tan pod wall, and imperfect black hilum color. It has a good disease package with moderate resistances to soybean cyst nematode, stem canker, Frogeye Leaf Spot, Root Knot, and sudden death syndrome. US PLANT PATENT. Variety Producers
USG 76G15LS was released by UniSouth Genetics. It is a determinate tall soybean with 6.1 maturity. It combines the traits Liberty Link and STS. It has white flowers, tawny pubescence, tan pod wall, and black hilum. It is resistant to shattering, has excellent emergence and standability. It is rated to have excellent resistance to Stem Canker and good resistance Frogeye Leaf Spot and Root Knot Nematode. It shows moderately resistance to sudden death. US PLANT PATENT. Variety Producers
USG 76G45LS was released by UniSouth Genetics. It is a determinate tall soybean with 6.4 maturity. It combines the traits Liberty Link and STS. It has white flowers, tawny pubescence, tan pod wall, and light brown hilum. It is resistant to shattering, has excellent emergence and standability. It is rated to have excellent resistance to Stem Canker, Frogeye Leaf Spot and Sudden Death Syndrome. US PLANT PATENT. Variety Producers
USG 76J45R was released by UniSouth Genetics. It is a determinate Group VI (6.4) with the Roundup Ready® 2 technology. It has purple flowers, tawny pubescence, brown pod wall and a black hilum. It has a semi-bushy growth type with a medium plant height. It has excellent resistance to root knot nematodes and moderate resistance to frogeye leaf spot and stem canker. US PLANT PATENT. Variety Producers
USG 76S22R - Group 6.2 was released by UniSouth Genetics, Inc. It is a medium determinate soybean. It has tawny pubescence, white flowers, black hilum, and tan pods. It has excellent resistance to Root Knot nematode and good resistance to Frogeye Leaf spot as well as resistance to races 3 of soybean cyst nematode. It has the Roundup Ready 2 gene. US PLANT PATENT. Variety Producers
USG 76S73R was released by UniSouth Genetics. It is a medium height determinate soybean with 6.7 maturity. It is Roundup Ready 2 Yield® and has white flowers, tawny pubescence, tan pod wall and a black hilum. It is rated to have excellent resistance to Root Knot Nematode and Soybean Cyst Nematode. It is moderately resistant to Cercospora Leaf Blight and Frogeye Leaf Spot. It has excellent resistant to shattering and standability. US PLANT PATENT. Variety Producers
USG 76S90R - Group VI (6.9) was released by UniSouth Genetics, Inc . It is a determinate variety with the Roundup Ready® 2 technology. It has purple flowers, tawny pubescence, tan pod wall and a black hilum. It has a bushy growth type and a tall plant height. It has moderate resistance to Frogeye Leaf Spot, Phytophthora, and Root Knot nematode. US PLANT PATENT. Variety Producers
USG 7732nRR - Group VII was released by Unisouth Genetics, Inc. It is Roundup-Ready®. It has purple flowers, tawny pubescence, tan pod walls, and black hila. It is rated resistant to root-knot nematode (M. arenaria, M. incognita). US PLANT PATENT Variety Producers
USG 7757XT was released by UniSouth Genetics. It is a tall height determinate soybean with 7.5 maturity. It is Roundup Ready 2 Xtend® soybean with Dicamba and glyphosate herbicide tolerance. It has purple flowers, tawny pubescence, tan pod wall and a black hilum. It is rated to have excellent resistance to Root Knot Nematode. It is moderately resistant to Frogeye Leaf Spot, and Stem Canker. It has excellent resistance to shattering and resistance to Metribuzin. US PLANT PATENT Variety Producers
USG 77J25RS was released by UniSouth Genetics. It is a determinate medium height soybean with 7.2 maturity. It combines the traits Roundup Ready 2 Yield® and STS. It has white flowers, tawny pubescence, tan pod wall, and a black hilum. It is resistant to shattering and has excellent standability. It shows excellent resistance to stem canker and root knot nematode. It has good resistance to Phytophthora and frogeye leaf spot. US PLANT PATENT. Variety Producers
USG 77S13R - Group 7.1 was released by UniSouth Genetics. It is a tall determinate soybean. It is Roundup Ready 2 Yield® and has white flowers, tawny pubescence, tan pod wall and a black hilum. It is rated to have excellent resistance to Root Knot Nematode, Soybean Cyst Nematode, and Frogeye Leaf Spot. It is moderately resistant to Cercospora Leaf Blight and Phytophthora Root Rot. It has excellent resistant to shattering and standability. US PLANT PATENT. Variety Producers
USG 77S27 - Group V was released by UniSouth Genetics, Inc. It has white flowers, gray pubescence, black pod walls and tan hila. Roundup Ready®. It is rated resistant to soybean cyst nematode race 3 and 14. Small seed size. US PLANT PATENT Variety Producers
USG 77S40R It is a Group 7.3 soybean with gray pubescence, purple flowers, imperfect black hilum, and tan pods. It has good resistance to root knot nematode, frogeye, and stem canker. It has the Roundy Ready 2 gene. Variety Producers
USG 77S40R - Group 7.3 was released by UniSouth Genetics, Inc. It has gray pubescence, purple flowers, imperfect black hilum, and tan pods. It has good resistance to root knot nematode, frogeye, and stem canker. It has the Roundup Ready 2 gene. Variety Producers
USG 77S63R was released by UniSouth Genetics. It is a medium height determinate soybean with 7.6 maturity. It is Roundup Ready 2 Yield® and has purple flowers, tawny pubescence, brown pod wall and a black hilum. It is rated to have excellent resistance to Root Knot Nematode, Stem Cranker, and Peanut Root Knot. It is moderately resistant to Cercospora Leaf Blight and Phytophthora Root Rot. It has excellent resistant to shattering and standability. US PLANT PATENT. Variety Producers
USG 77U28 - Group VII was released by UniSouth Genetics, Inc. It is Roundup Ready®. It has purple flowers, tawny pubescence, tan pod wall and a black hilum. It is rated to have excellent resistance to Stem Canker and Soybean Mosaic. Contains Rps1k Phytophthora gene. US PLANT PATENT Variety Producers
USG ALLEN - Group V was released by Unisouth Genetics. It is Roundup Ready®. It has white flowers, gray pubescence, buff hilum and tan pod walls. Plant growth type is semi-bushy. It has some resistance to soybean root knot nematode. It is the Roundup Ready® version of USG 5601T. It is being used as a USDA check variety. US PLANT PATENT Variety Producers
USG ELLIS was released by UniSouth Genetics. It is a medium-tall height determinate soybean with 4.9 maturity. It is a conventional soybean. It has white flowers, gray pubescence, tan pod wall and a buff hilum. It is rated to have excellent resistance to Stem Canker. It is moderately resistant to Frogeye Leaf Spot, Cercospora, and Southern Root Knot Nematode. US PLANT PATENT Variety Producers
VA 116 was released by Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station in 1990. It was developed from a cross of NC 82 and Coker 319. It has moderate resistance to black shank and low resistance to Granville wilt, and is susceptible to all four races of the root-knot nematodes and to mosaic. VA 116 produces a high yield with an average grade index, but high market price. It has low ground sucker count and flowers about 66 days after transplanting. The variety has about 19 leaves topped at 42 inches. Variety Producers
VA 119 is an open-pollinated flue-cured tobacco variety. Medium height, averaging 18 harvestable leaves, 71 days to flower, and medium leaf ripening/maturing. Variety Producers
VA 309 was developed from crosses involving Vestat 55, VA 312 and Lizard Tail Orinoco. It is intermediate in plant type; leaves are wrinkled with soft texture and are dull green color. It has moderate resistance to black shank and black root rot. Variety Producers
VA 359 was released in 1999. It came from a cross of Lizard Tail Turtle Foot and VA 309. It is similar to Brownleaf JH in characteristics with relatively large leaves of medium body with medium spacing on the stalk. It has resistance to black shank. Variety Producers
VA 98R was released by the Virginia Agricultural Research Service. It has a runner (spreading) growth habit and an exceptionally high yield potential. Maturity is considered early (three to five days earlier than NC 7). This variety has pod-size, shape and color which is well suited for in-shell uses. Fancy pod percentage is approximately equal to NC-V 11, but lower than NC 7, NC 12C or Gregory. VA 98R is susceptible to the major peanut diseases of the V/C production area. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed - 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
VC-2 was released by AgraTech Seeds Inc. It is a Virginia type variety with an oleic acid content of between 78 and 85%, depending on environmental conditions. Vine growth is minimal compared to other Virginia types. Pods are similar to Florigiant in size and shape. US VARIETY PROTECTION APPLIED FOR. Variety Producers
VIRUGARD was released by AgraTech Seeds in 1997. It is a Commercial Runner Peanut type peanut. It has Light Pink to tan Seed Coat and has pod and seed size larger than Florunner and GK-7. Virugard has spreading growth habit and very good resistance to Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus. Early maturity - 120 to 125 days in Southeast USA. It is a Mid Oleic. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed – 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
W1566 Developed by Syngenta, it is a soft red, winter wheat. It is susceptible to Hessian fly. It is a medium/late maturity variety that is resistant to powdery mildew, leaf/glume blotch. W1566 is moderately resistant/moderately susceptible to leaf rust. It is awnless with above average height. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed - 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
WHITE BONITA was released by Louisiana Agricultural Experiment Station. White Bonita is a sport selection from the variety ‘Bonita’. Variety performance and morphology is similar to ‘Bonita’ except that White Bonita has white to slightly creamy flesh. The root skin color is white. Growth habit is prostrate with a canopy appearance that is greater than Beauregard and slightly more upright. Leaf color is light green at immature stage and dark green at full maturity. Plant maturity is 110-115 days. Plant Protection applied for, sub-license required to produce in NC, acreage fees apply. Variety Producers
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WINNERS CIRCLE is a blend of bluegrass fescue varieties ‘Avenger Tall Fescue’, ‘Raptor Tall Fescue’, ‘Titanium Tall Fescue’ and ‘Midnight Kentucky Bluegrass’. Variety Producers
WINTER DAWN is an early variety from Florida with prolific runners. Variety Producers
WRENS ABRUZZI was released in 1953. It is an early maturing variety that is adapted to the southeastern US. It has wood winter forage production and is tolerant to several diseases. Variety Producers
WYNNE was released by NC State University (Dr. Tom Isleib’s peanut breeding program), initially numbered N08081olJC. It is a Virginia type peanut. Wynne yields on average 68% jumbo, 21% fancy with a light pink seed coat, high oleic fatty acid composition, partial resistance to early leaf spot, Cylindrocladium black rot (CBR), Sclerotinia blight, and Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus (TSWV). Pods of Wynne are most similar to the peanut cultivar Champs. Producers of Wynne seed will be required to test conditioned seed to verify high oleic composition. Wynne is covered by utility patents on high oleic oil chemistry. Only licensed producers may sell this variety for seed and no farmer saved seed is allowed. US PROTECTED VARIETY and seed can only be sold as a Class of Certified Seed. Variety Producers
XP171 (L11550) was released by Limagrain Cereal Seeds. It is an awned soft red winter wheat variety. It has a plant height that averages 36 inches with a medium-full maturity. Lima Grains Licensed variety, unauthorized propagation prohibited. Variety Producers
YORKTOWN was released by Virginia Tech Intellectual Properties, Inc. It is a soft red winter wheat that has a medium maturity, medium height variety with apically awnletted heads and yellow anthers. It has a semi-erect growth habit, green color with an erect not twisted flag leaf at boot stage. At maturity the head has a slightly tapering to strap shape, with creamy white glumes. The seed is red with an oval shape. This variety is broadly adapted and has a high yield. It is resistant to powdery mildew, leaf rust, and barley yellow dwarf virus. US VARIETY PROTECTION APPLIED FOR and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed. Variety Producers
ZEON is a variety of Zoysia matrella. It has a deep green color and is a very lush variety of zoysiagrass. It has a fine texture and is compatible with a wide range of soil conditions. It can handle full sun or light to medium shade. It has good drought tolerance and very few insect or disease problems. US PROTECTED VARIETY – 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
ZORRO was released by Texas A&M University. It is a variety of Zoysia matrella that is distinguished from other zoysiagrasses by its fine texture, high rhizome and tiller density, moderate drought tolerance, shade tolerance, rapid regrowth and recovery from damage. It performs well in full sun or moderate to heavy shade in the southern United States. Zorro has hunting billbug, Fall Army worm, and brown patch resistance. US PROTECTED VARIETY – 1994 PVPA. Variety Producers
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