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Plant Varieties & Agriculture Technologies

  • Potato Varieties

    Ivory Crisp (OTT case 02-006)
    Summary - Potato variety
    » Learn more about the Ivory Crisp potato


    Gem Russet (OTT case 02-008)
    Summary - Potato variety
    » Learn more about the Gem Russet potato


    IdaRose (OTT case 02-009)
    Summary - Potato variety
    » Learn more about the IdaRose potato


    GemStar Russet (OTT case 04-007)
    Summary - Potato variety
    » Learn more about the GemStar Russet potato


    Summit Russet (OTT case 04-009)
    Summary - Potato variety
    » Learn more about the Summit Russet potato


    Alturas (OTT case 04-011)
    Summary - Potato variety
    » Learn more about the Alturas potato


    Alpine Russet (OTT case 09-006)
    Summary - Potato variety
    » Learn more about the Alpine Russet potato


    Clearwater Russet (OTT case 09-007)
    Summary - Potato variety
    » Learn more about the Clearwater Russet potato


    Classic Russet (OTT case 09-008)
    Summary - Potato variety
    » Learn more about the Classic Russet potato


    Blazer Russet (OTT case 09-018)
    Summary - Potato variety
    » Learn more about the Blazer Russet potato


    Premier Russet (OTT case 09-021)
    Summary - Potato variety
    » Learn more about the Premier Russet potato


    Highland Russet (OTT case 09-022)
    Summary - Potato variety
    » Learn more about the Highland Russet potato


    Yukon Gem (OTT case 09-023)
    Summary - Potato variety
    » Learn more about the Yukon Gem potato

  • Canola, Mustard & Rapeseed Varieties

    Pacific Gold (OTT case 97-003)
    Summary - ‘Pacific Gold’ (Brassica juncea L.) is a pure-line (near homozygous) condiment India mustard cultivar that was selected for high adaptability to dry land farming regions of northern Idaho and eastern Washington. ‘Pacific Gold’ is most similar to the India condiment mustard cultivar ‘Cutlass’.
    Status - Available for non-exclusive licensing.
    » Certificate Issued by the US Department of Agriculture


    Idagold (OTT case 97-004)
    Summary - ‘IdaGold’ (Sinapis alba L.) is an open-pollinated cultivar selected for high adaptation to the dry-land environments of the Pacific Northwest (Idaho, Oregon and Washington). IdaGold is most similar to the condiment yellow mustard cultivar ‘Tilney’.
    Status - Available for non-exclusive licensing.
    » Certificate Issued by the US Department of Agriculture


    Athena (OTT case 03-028)
    Summary - ‘Athena’ (Brassica napus L.) is a near-homozygous winter rapeseed cultivar with canola-quality seed oil and canola-quality seed meal, selected for high adaptability to the dry land an irrigated regions of the inland Pacific Northwest.
    Status - Available for non-exclusive licensing.
    » Certificate Issued by the US Department of Agriculture


    Sterling (OTT case 97-028)
    Summary - ‘Sterling’ is a pure-line (near homozygous) spring industrial rapeseed cultivar with high erucic acid content in seed oil and canola-quality seed meal, selected for high adaptability to environments throughout the Pacific Northwest region (Idaho, Oregon, Washington and Montana). ‘Sterling’ is similar in plant height, plant morphology, and maturity to the spring rapeseed (canola) cultivar ‘Legend’. Oil quality of Sterling is significantly different from Legend, with ‘Sterlin’g having high erucic acid content (>45%) and Legend having less than 1% erucic acid content in seed oil. Fatty acid profile of ‘Sterling’ is similar to that of the cultivar ‘Hero’, but significantly shorter.
    Status - Available for non-exclusive licensing.
    » Certificate Issued by the US Department of Agriculture


    Kodiak (OTT case 10-002)
    Summary - ‘Kodiak’ (Brassica juncea L.) is a brown condiment India mustard developed for use as a condiment spice by the Idaho Agricultural Experiment Station. ‘Kodiak’ is a near homozygous, pure-line condiment brown mustard cultivar that was selected for high adaptability to dry land farming regions of Idaho and eastern Washington.
    Status - Available for non-exclusive licensing.
    » PVP application pending


    Clearwater (OTT 07-021)
    Summary - ‘Clearwater’ (Brassica napus L.) was developed for use as an edible oil-quality (canola) cultivar by the Idaho Agricultural Experimental Station. ‘Clearwater’ is a near pure-line spring canola cultivar which has high resistance to imidazolinone class herbicides.
    Status - Available for non-exclusive licensing.
    » PVP application pending


    Gem (OTT case 07-022)
    Summary - ‘Gem’ spring rapeseed (Brassica napus L.) was developed for use as an industrial oil-quality cultivar by the Idaho Agricultural Experimental Station. ‘Gem’ is a near pure-line rapeseed which as high resistance to imidazolinone class herbicides.
    Status - Available for non-exclusive licensing.
    » PVP application pending


    Durola (OTT case 12-020)
    Summary - ‘Durola’(Brassica napus L.) is a near-homozygous winter rapeseed cultivar with industrial rapeseed seed oil and canola-quality (i.e. 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. After fall seeding, Durola seedlings emerge quickly and produce a good fall stand which was better than ‘Bridger’ and ‘Dwarf Essex’. Durola showed significantly better winter-hardiness than Bridger, which tends to have poor winter hardiness. Flower bloom dates of ‘Durola’ were 125 Julian days, which was significantly later than ‘Bridger’ and earlier than ‘Dwarf Essex
    Status - Available for non-exclusive licensing.
    » PVP application pending


    Amanda (OTT case 11-008)
    Summary - ‘Amanda’ (Brassica napus L) is a near-homozygous winter rapeseed cultivar with canola-quality seedoiel and canola-quality seed meal, selected for high adaptability to the dryland and irrigated regions of the inland Pacific Northwest. ‘Amanda’ is most similar in plant appearance to the cultivar ‘Athena’, but with lower leaves having greater attachment than those of ‘Athena’.
    Status - Available for non-exclusive licensing.
    » PVP application pending

  • Wheat Varieties

    UICF - Lambert (OTT case 08-031)
    Summary - ‘UCIF – Lambert’ is ClearField wheat intended for the rainfed areas of the Pacific Northwest and is most similar to the soft white winter wheat cultivar ‘Lambert’.
    Status - Available for non-exclusive licensing.
    » Certificate Issued by the US Department of Agriculture


    UICF - Grace (OTT case 09-031)
    Summary - ‘UCIF – Grace’ is a hard white winter ClearField wheat that has good bread baking quality, resistance to stripe rust and dwarf bunt, and good yield potential. The most similar variety of ‘UCIF – Grace’ is ‘Golden Spike’.
    Status - Available for non-exclusive licensing.
    » Certificate Issued by the US Department of Agriculture


    UCIF – Brundage (OTT case 09-024)
    Summary - ‘UCIF – Brundage’ is a ClearField soft white winter wheat variety intended for the irrigated and rainfed areas of the Pacific Northwest (Idaho, Oregon and Washington), and is most similar to ‘Brundage 96’. In terms of height “UCIF – Brundage” is slightly taller than ‘Brundage’ and slightly shorter than ‘Brundage 96’.
    Status - Available for non-exclusive licensing.
    » Certificate Issued by the US Department of Agriculture


    UI Stone (OTT case 13-005)
    Summary - ‘UI Stone’ is a soft white spring wheat that has superior grain yield under non-irrigated and irrigated production conditions in southern Idaho and the Pacific Northwest (PNW). ‘UI Stone’ has good resistance to Fusarium head blight (FHB), an emerging disease for spring wheat in southern Idaho and some areas in the PNW.
    Status - Available for non-exclusive licensing.
    » Release of "UI Stone" Soft White Spring Wheat

  • Gnarly Poplar Tree (OTT case 01-035)

    Gnarly Poplar Tree (OTT case 01-035)
    Summary - A new and distinct hybrid of poplar tree that resulted from advanced-generation breeding of two poplar species, P. trichocarpa (unpatented) and P. maximowiczii (unpatented). Its contorted characteristics include zigzagging branches and trunk undulations.
    » Learn more about the Gnarly Poplar Tree

  • Automated Soil Sampler (OTT case 07-016)

    Automated Soil Sampler (OTT case 07-016)
    Summary - An automated harvester-mounted soil collection device for obtaining representative samples across a field as ground crops are harvested.
    » Learn more about the Automated Soil Sampler

  • Catalytic Thermochemical Conversion of Glycerol (OTT case 11-022)

    Catalytic Thermochemical Conversion of Glycerol (OTT case 11-022)
    Summary - A novel method to convert glycerol or acetol to alcohols without the addition of external hydrogen.
    » Learn more about the Catalytic Thermochemical Conversion of Glycerol