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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)


    • Peifang Zhao, Jiayong Liu, Caiwen Wu, Hongchang Yang, Jun Zhao, Xuekuan Chen, Hongming Xia, Fenggang Zan, Jun Li, Kun Yang, Zhuandi Wu, Fuqin Li, Li Yao, Liping Zhao and Wei Qin
      Registration of ‘YZ01-1413’ Sugarcane

      ‘YZ01-1413’ (Reg. No. CV-170; PI 678580) sugarcane (a complex hybrid of Saccharum spp.) was developed through cooperative research conducted by Yunnan Sugarcane Research Institute (YSRI), of Yunnan Academy of Agricultural Sciences, and Yunnan Yunzhe Technology Development Co., Ltd. It was released to growers in Yunnan Province, China, on 9 June 2014. (continued)

      Published: March 30, 2017

    • M. Caffe-Treml, L. Hall, R. Bauer, J. Kleinjan, N. Hall and J. A. Ingemansen
      Registration of Oat Cultivar ‘Hayden’

      Despite a significant decrease over the last 50 years, the production of oats (Avena sativa L.) presents both environmental and health benefits. When incorporated in crop rotations, oat has the potential to improve soil health and to break pest cycles in corn (Zea mays L.)–soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merr.] rotations. In addition, the presence of a soluble dietary fiber (β-glucan) in oat grain can help prevent cholesterol, coronary heart diseases, and type 2 diabetes. The development of new oat cultivars with superior productivity and high test weight is required to improve the attractiveness of the crop to producers and to maintain or increase oat production in the United States. (continued)

      Published: March 30, 2017

    • Dolores W. Mornhinweg, Robert W. Hammon and Don E. Obert
      Registration of ‘Mesa’ Russian Wheat Aphid–Resistant Winter Feed Barley

      ‘Mesa’ (Reg. No. CV-362, PI 659768), Russian wheat aphid [RWA, Diruaphis noxia (Kurdjumov)]-resistant six-rowed winter feed barley (Hordeum vulgare L.), tested as 97BX 43-99A and STARS 1014B, was developed and released by USDA-ARS, Stillwater, OK. All crossing, selection, and evaluation was done by the USDA-ARS, Stillwater, OK. (continued)

      Published: March 30, 2017

    • R. Wayne Davidson, Hardev S. Sandhu, Per McCord, Jack C. Comstock, Serge J. Edmé, Duli Zhao, Barry Glaz, Sushma Sood, Neil C. Glynn, Robert A. Gilbert, Maninder P. Singh, Miguel Baltazar and Katherine McCorkle
      Registration of ‘CP 06-2042’ Sugarcane

      ‘CP 06-2042’ (Reg. No. CV-169, PI 675156) sugarcane (a complex hybrid of Saccharum spp.) was developed through cooperative research conducted by the USDA-ARS, the University of Florida, and the Florida Sugarcane League and released to growers for organic (muck) and mineral (sand) soils in Florida in September 2014. CP 06-2042 was selected from a cross of ‘CP 96-1252’ × 01 P 04 made at Canal Point, FL, in December 2001. (continued)

      Published: March 30, 2017

    • P. Chen, L. Florez-Palacios, M. Orazaly, P. Manjarrez-Sandoval, C. Wu, J. C. Rupe, D. G. Dombek, T. Kirkpatrick and R. T. Robbins
      Registration of ‘UA 5814HP’ Soybean with High Yield and High Seed-Protein Content

      ‘UA 5814HP’ (Reg. No. CV-522, PI 679957) soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merr.] was developed and released by the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station in 2014 as a high-yielding and high-protein late maturity group V conventional cultivar adapted to Arkansas and other southern states. UA 5814HP is an F4 selection from the cross of ‘R95-1705’ and ‘S00-9980-22’. (continued)

      Published: March 23, 2017

    • Maninder P. Singh, Jack C. Comstock, Wayne Davidson, Vanessa Gordon, Hardev S. Sandhu, Per McCord, Duli Zhao, Sushma Sood, Miguel Baltazar and Katherine McCorkle
      Registration of ‘CP 06-2425’, ‘CP 06-2495’, ‘CP 06-2964’, ‘CP 06-3103’, and ‘CP 07-1313’ Sugarcane for Sand Soils in Florida

      ‘CP 06-2425’ (Reg. No. CV-172, PI 678574), ‘CP 06-2495’ (Reg. CV-173, PI 678575), ‘CP 06-2964’ (Reg. (continued)

      Published: March 23, 2017

    • Kim Garland-Campbell, Arron H. Carter, Stephen S. Jones, Xianming Chen, Patricia DeMacon, Ryan Higginbotham, Doug Engle, Stephen O. Guy, Chris C. Mundt, Timothy D. Murray, Craig F. Morris and Deven See
      Registration of ‘Pritchett’ Soft White Winter Club Wheat

      Soft white club wheat (Triticum aestivum ssp. compactum) is a unique component of wheat production in the Pacific Northwest, comprising 10 to 12% of the wheat crop. It is valued for milling and baking functionality and marketed for export in a 10 to 30% blend with soft white wheat known as western white. Our goal was to develop a club wheat cultivar for the traditional club wheat-growing region of central Washington, with better soilborne disease resistance than currently grown cultivars. (continued)

      Published: March 16, 2017

    • Duli Zhao, Jack C. Comstock, Maninder P. Singh, R. Wayne Davidson, Thomas Abbott, Vanessa S. Gordon, Hardev S. Sandhu, Per H. McCord, Sushma Sood and Miguel Baltazar
      Registration of ‘CP 08-1110’ Sugarcane

      ‘CP 08-1110’ (Reg. No. CV-171, PI 678579) sugarcane (a complex hybrid of Saccharum spp.) was developed through cooperative research conducted by the USDA-ARS, the University of Florida, and the Florida Sugar Cane League and was released to growers for use on mineral (sand) soils in Florida in June 2015. CP 08-1110 was selected from a biparental cross made at Canal Point, FL, on 20 Dec. (continued)

      Published: March 16, 2017

    • S. A. Harrison, M. A. Babar, R. D. Barnett, A. R. Blount, J. W. Johnson, M. Mergoum, E. Mason, J. P. Murphy, B. Simoneaux and A. M. H. Ibrahim
      ‘LA05006’, a Dual-Purpose Oat for Louisiana and Other Southeastern Regions of the USA

      ‘LA05006’ (Reg. No. CV-382, PI 678581), a winter-type, dual-purpose oat (Avena sativa L.) suited for grain and forage production, was codeveloped by Louisiana State University Agricultural Center and the University of Florida and was released in 2012 under the SunGrains cooperative small grain breeding program among six southeastern universities. Exclusive marketing rights were licensed to Plantation Seed Conditioner, Newton, GA, for sales under the name ‘Horizon 306’. (continued)

      Published: March 9, 2017

    • Phil Bregitzer, Gongshe Hu, Juliet M. Marshall and Victor Raboy
      Registration of ‘Sawtooth’ Low-Phytate, Hulless, Spring Barley

      The USDA-ARS has released ‘Sawtooth’ (Reg. No. CV-361, PI 679589), a hulless, low-phytate, spring barley (Hordeum vulgare L.), the second to be developed and released by the USDA-ARS. Compared with the previously released hulless, low-phytate cultivar Clearwater, Sawtooth has higher grain yield and test weight and performs similarly for other agronomic traits and for grain phosphorus (P) characteristics. (continued)

      Published: February 9, 2017

    • Carlos A. Urrea, Fred J. Muehlbauer and Robert M. Harveson
      Registration of ‘New Hope’ Chickpea Cultivar with Enhanced Resistance to Ascochyta Blight

      Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) cultivar New Hope (Reg. No. CV-315, PI 679590), a large, cream-colored, kabuli type, is a F8:13 line obtained from the cross CA9990B1895C/CA9890233W. CA9990B1895C is a F4 line derived from the cross of FLIP91-021/ ‘Sanford’. (continued)

      Published: February 2, 2017

    • 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)

      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)

      Published: January 19, 2017


    • B. S. Hulke, Q. M. Gao and M. E. Foley
      Registration of Sunflower Oilseed Maintainer Genetic Stocks HOLS1, HOLS2, HOLS3, and HOLS4 Possessing Genes for High Oleic and Low Saturated Fatty Acids and Tolerance to Imidazolinone Herbicides

      One of the primary goals for the oilseed sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) industry is to provide novel oil products for human consumption. One oil profile of particular interest is high oleic and low saturated fat, because it combines high oxidative stability of the oil with a reduction in the fatty acids that are detrimental to human health, namely saturated and trans-fats. In addition, traits that contribute to ease of production, such as tolerance to common herbicides, are also required in modern cultivars. We describe the development of lines that combine imidazolinone herbicide tolerance and a favorable genetic background with a high oleic, low saturated fat profile in the seed oil. (continued)

      Published: March 16, 2017


    • Sukumar Saha, Johnie N. Jenkins, Jack C. McCarty, R. W. Hayes, David M. Stelly and B.T. Campbell
      Four Chromosome-Specific ( Gossypium barbadense Chromosome 5sh) Upland Cotton RILs with Improved Elongation

      A chromosome-specific recombinant inbred line (CS-B05shRIL) population was created from a cross of TM-1, the genetic standard line of Gossypium hirsutum L., and CS-B05sh, a previously released interspecific chromosome substitution line in which all of the chromosome pairs are genetically similar to those of TM-1, except for the short arm of chromosome 5, which is substituted from 3-79 (G. barbadense L.). Four of the fifty CS-B05shRILs were selected and released on the basis of their improved elongation ranging from 7.37 to 7.84%. The four selected RILs are identified as CS-B05shRIL-93 (Reg. (continued)

      Published: March 30, 2017

    • María A. Ortega, Lauren A. Lail, E. Dale Wood, John N. All, Zenglu Li, H. Roger Boerma and Wayne A. Parrott
      Registration of Two Soybean Germplasm Lines Containing Leaf-Chewing Insect Resistance QTLs from PI 229358 and PI 227687 Introgressed into ‘Benning’

      Two soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merr.] germplasm lines, Benning-ME (Reg. No. GP-405, PI 679958) and Benning-MGHE (Reg. GP-406, PI 679959), were developed by the University of Georgia Agricultural Experiment Stations. (continued)

      Published: March 16, 2017

    • J. C. McCarty, J. N. Jenkins, M. J. Wubben, R. W. Hayes, F. E. Callahan and D. Deng
      Registration of Six Germplasm Lines of Cotton with Resistance to the Root-Knot and Reniform Nematodes

      Six upland cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) germplasm lines, M Rk-Rn 1(Reg. No. GP-1015, PI 678938), M Rk-Rn 2 (Reg. GP-1016, PI 678939), M Rk-Rn 3 (Reg. (continued)

      Published: March 16, 2017

    • 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)

      Published: January 19, 2017

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