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One Vine Day

Intellectual Property Magazine

Plant patents allow someone who has isolated and asexually propagated a unique cultivar of a plant to exclude others from propagating that same plant. This encourages farmers, nurseries and those interested in agriculture to invest the significant amount of time and effort that it takes to isolate desired traits. These cultivars are often given botanical names to identify their lineage and fanciful trade names for use in marketing and advertisements.

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