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Kelly, J.D., G.V. Varner, and E.M. Wright. 2010. Registration of 'Bellagio' cranberry bean. J. Plant Reg. doi: 10.3198/jpr2010.02.0069crc

Current issue: Journal of Plant Registrations 11(1)



  • CULTIVAR

    • A. Chandra, J. D. Fry, A. D. Genovesi, M. Meeks, M. C. Engelke, Q. Zhang, D. Okeyo, J. Q. Moss, E. Ervin, Xi Xiong, S. Milla-Lewis, J.T. Brosnan, J. Griffin and L. Parsons
      Registration of ‘KSUZ 0802’ Zoysiagrass

      KSUZ 0802 (Reg. No. CV-282, PI 678793) is a fine-textured, cold-tolerant zoysiagrass (Zoysia spp.) hybrid co-developed and jointly released by Texas A&M AgriLife Research, Dallas, TX, and the Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station, Manhattan, KS. KSUZ 0802 is an F1 interspecific hybrid developed in 2001 from a cross between Zoysia matrella (L). (continued)


      doi:10.3198/jpr2016.03.0010crc
      Published: January 19, 2017



    • Jerry W. Johnson, Z. Chen, James W. Buck, G.D. Buntin, Md A. Babar, Richard E. Mason, Stephen A. Harrison, J. Paul Murphy, Amir M. H. Ibrahim, Russell L. Sutton, Bryan E. Simoneaux, Harold E. Bockelman, Byung-Kee Baik, David Marshall, Christina Cowger, Gina L. Brown-Guedira, James A. Kolmer, Yue Jin, X. Chen, Sue E. Cambron and Mohamed Mergoum
      ‘GA 03564-12E6’: A High-Yielding Soft Red Winter Wheat Cultivar Adapted to Georgia and the Southeastern Regions of the United States

      Soft red winter wheat (SRWW) (Triticum aestivum L.) is a major crop in the southeastern region of the United States and in Georgia. Although wheat acreages have been decreasing in Georgia and the SE region in recent years, more than 100,000 ha were grown to SRWW in 2015. Newly released cultivars must have high yield potential, excellent resistance levels to predominant diseases and insects, and good quality to capture and maximize regional market value. One objective of the SRWW breeding program at the University of Georgia (UGA) is to develop and release SRWW cultivars adapted to the SE wheat region with high yield, quality, and pest resistance. (continued)


      doi:10.3198/jpr2016.07.0036crc
      Published: January 19, 2017



  • GERMPLASM

    • Elisabetta Frascaroli and Pierangelo Landi
      Registration of Maize Inbred Line Bo23 with High Cold Tolerance and Agronomic Performance for Early Sowing

      Bo23 (Reg. No. GP-599, PI 677346) is a maize (Zea mays L.) inbred line developed at the Department of Agricultural Sciences, University of Bologna (Bologna, Italy), using as source the F2 of the cross B73 × IABO78. B73 is a well-known inbred from a US Corn Belt germplasm, and IABO78 is an inbred from Italian germplasm not previously used in breeding. (continued)


      doi:10.3198/jpr2016.05.0029crg
      Published: January 19, 2017



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