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 Patented Plants
       • Posted by: jbest123 PA on Mon, Jul 16, 07 at 21:35
              • 108 follow-ups, last one posted on Mon, Jul 7, 14 at 0:46
Patents are good for 17 to 20 Years and can not be extended. Some plants like Crape Myrtle have 20 to 25 patents dating back to 1978. When a patent is soon to expire, there are changes made (some very minor) and a new patent assigned. My question
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 I'm Rooting Patented Plants...OH MY!
       • Posted by: echinaceamaniac 7 on Sun, Jun 8, 08 at 13:32
              • 24 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Jul 10, 08 at 23:46
Call the patent police! I can't help myself. I'm rooting some of every patented plant I bought this year! I rooted some Luscious Grape Lantanas. I bought one for my Aunt and I wanted one so sue me! I rooted 5 Dancing Flame Salvias. I bought one fo
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 Can a sport of a patented plant be propagated or patented?
       • Posted by: tahota USDA-5 Sunst-2b on Thu, Sep 9, 10 at 9:08
              • 9 follow-ups, last one posted on Wed, Oct 6, 10 at 1:00
I have a sport of a patented plant that is vastly different from its parent (i.e. different color flower, different shaped flower, different and larger leaf, much more vigorous plant form). Can I propagate it? Additionally, I have several Euph
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 what happens when propagating a patented tree
       • Posted by: whodaz on Sun, Nov 1, 09 at 21:17
              • 14 follow-ups, last one posted on Fri, Jan 1, 10 at 22:36
Hello there, I wanted to know if I purchase a tree from a Garden Center and I propagate it multiple times and have it planted in my yard but the tree has been patented.. what will happen? or you get in trouble when you propagate these trees for
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 Blueberries~ Which varieties are NOT patented?
       • Posted by: thoughts-from-jules 5 on Wed, Jan 23, 13 at 13:09
              • 12 follow-ups, last one posted on Sat, Feb 2, 13 at 20:14
We will be purchasing about 10 blueberry plants this coming spring and I would like to know which plant varieties are NOT patented. As I plan to propagate some cuttings to increase our blueberry plot over the next few years. I want to make sure
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 Patents and Genes
       • Posted by: wallknight 5 on Tue, Aug 12, 08 at 11:23
              • 8 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Aug 21, 08 at 0:03
At the risk of starting another complex legal discussion, I have a question on propagating patented plants. Lets say I have two selections of the same pat. plant. Diablo Ninebark for example. If I sexually breed the two, would the seed sti
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 Propagation of Patented Plants Questions
       • Posted by: johnny_a Z-7A MD on Wed, Jun 18, 08 at 0:45
              • 8 follow-ups, last one posted on Sat, Jun 21, 08 at 0:27
Hi, Newbie here, just joined. I've been reading a while here and elsewhere and I have read that patented plants can't be ASEXUALLY propagated. I also read that they can't be propagated PERIOD. I have also read that they CAN be propagated if you do
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 Patented Pomegrantes?
       • Posted by: oregon_veg 8 on Wed, Oct 22, 08 at 11:44
              • 4 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Dec 4, 08 at 13:34
My next door neighbor has 3 types of pomegranates I have been drooling over. Ambrosia Sweet Wonderful He has offered to take cuttings so I can root them and have my own. The only problem is, are these three patented plants, or public dom
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 Unpatented blueberry or expired patent blueberry
       • Posted by: elnino_ela none on Wed, Jun 26, 13 at 19:40
              • 4 follow-ups, last one posted on Fri, Jun 28, 13 at 19:03
Hello, I am new to this forum and had a question on what varieties of blueberries that are southern high bush and very low chill that do not have a patent or have an expired patent?This also applies to black berries.I would like plants that ca
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 How to buy plants that are not propagation prohibited
I just found this message on a tag tonight (I did not buy the plant), and I have questions about it. 1. Will all such plants say
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 patents ?
       • Posted by: kitteh 6 ohio on Mon, Mar 25, 13 at 13:34
              • 1 follow-up, posted on Mon, Mar 25, 13 at 20:57
Is there an easy way to tell a plant cultivar is patented, like does it need to include 'tm' on it's tag? Are we allowed to trade cuttings if they're patented? Follow-Up Postings: RE: patents ? Return to the Plant Propagati
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 How to know if my Raspberry is PATENTED?
       • Posted by: jolj 7b/8a on Sun, Mar 27, 11 at 3:44
              • 3 follow-ups, last one posted on Tue, Mar 29, 11 at 3:50
A man gave a raspberry to a Nurserymen, because it grows good in the south. The Nurseryman gave a plant to me. The Nurseryman retired & closed his Nursery. I planted my raspberry, but did not tie the canes up(it grows like a dew berry) & they AL
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 A few questions about patents.
       • Posted by: tahota USDA-5 Sunst-2b on Sun, Jun 19, 11 at 2:06
              • 1 follow-up, posted on Sun, Jun 19, 11 at 2:19
I love patented plant varieties and appreciate the hard work and amazing results of these breeders works. However, I've had the following questions come to mind over the past few years of gardening. 1. I have a running Tiarella that is patente
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 non patented dark loropetalum
       • Posted by: biodyn13 CA on Tue, Mar 30, 10 at 11:51
              • 3 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Apr 1, 10 at 13:09
Hello, I am interested in propagating a loropetalum that the leaves stay dark purple. Does anyone know any non patented varieties That I could start experimenting with? Thanks, Jim Follow-Up Postings: RE: non patented da
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 patenetedvs non-patented Crape Myrtles
       • Posted by: myersnla Al. on Wed, Jul 24, 13 at 15:50
              • 2 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Jul 25, 13 at 19:12
I need HELP, PLEASE. May I use seed of a patented Crape Myrtle to sell? Are there any Red crape myrtles that are not patented? Which would be the reddest color? Thank you in advance for your time and replies, David Follow-Up Postings:
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 Trademarked plant names
       • Posted by: jacqueinthegorge USDA 7a / Sunset 3 on Thu, Aug 8, 13 at 11:58
              • 11 follow-ups, last one posted on Sun, Aug 25, 13 at 19:33
Hi folks, posted this to the Hybridizing forum a few days ago, but have received no replies. So I'm cross-posting here. Can the same hybrid have more than one trademarked name? For instance, I have a hybrid Hydrangea, trademark Shooting S
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 Propagating Azaleas-Patent Question
       • Posted by: vlgee 8 on Sun, Aug 1, 10 at 23:17
              • 1 follow-up, posted on Fri, Aug 6, 10 at 19:03
Hi Everyone, I have two azaleas in my yard that I would like to propagate to sell, if possible, but I do not know if they are patented. I tried searching, but came up with no results. Is there a site you know of where I can find out if they ar
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 apple cuttings.
       • Posted by: ahimbisdavis uganda on Thu, Jul 4, 13 at 8:40
              • 9 follow-ups, last one posted on Sun, Aug 25, 13 at 9:50
i want to grow apples from cuttings using rooting hormone, will they be as good as the parent plants or i need to graft them again. Follow-Up Postings: RE: apple cuttings. Return to the Plant Propagation Forum | Post
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 Dividing itea?
       • Posted by: kelp on Fri, Oct 5, 12 at 10:19
              • 7 follow-ups, last one posted on Tue, Oct 9, 12 at 18:47
I have 2 Virginia sweetspire that are taking over my back yard. I'd like to move them to an area where they can spread as much as they like, but they are too big to move all in one piece. Can I just dig them up in 3 separate sections? You can s
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 Hakuro Nishiki
       • Posted by: gardencrazy 6 Southern Ohio on Wed, Aug 12, 09 at 13:49
              • 2 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Aug 13, 09 at 13:51
I am trying to figure out if Hakuro Nishiki is a patented plant. I have searched and read a lot of information about it and I am starting to believe that there is no patent on it but thought maybe someone here could tell me for sure. A friend had
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