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Mustard

The Office of Technology Transfer facilitates the licensing and distribution of agricultural technologies including wheat, potato, canola, rapeseed and mustard cultivars to support agribusiness in Idaho and worldwide.

‘IdaGold’ is an open-pollinated cultivar selected for high adaptation to the dryland environments of the Pacific Northwest (Idaho, Washington and Oregon). ‘IdaGold’ is most like the condiment yellow mustard cultivar ‘Tilney’.

‘IdaGold’ is available for non-exclusive licensing.

» Certificate issued by the U.S. Department of Agriculture

‘IndGold’ is a pure-line (near homozygous) condiment Indian mustard cultivar that was selected for high adaptability to dryland farming regions of northern Idaho and eastern Washington. This cultivar was developed from a single plant selection in 2003 from a population from the cross ‘Pacific Gold’/’Clearwater’, that was thereafter backcrossed twice to ‘Pacific Gold’. 'Pacific Gold’ is an Indian mustard cultivar and ‘Clearwater’ is an imidazolinone tolerant spring canola.

‘IndiGold’ is available for non-exclusive licensing.

» Certificate issued by the U.S. Department of Agriculture

‘Kodiak’ 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 dryland farming regions of Idaho and eastern Washington.

‘Kodiak’ is available for non-exclusive licensing.

» Certificate issued by the U.S. Department of Agriculture

‘Pacific Gold’ is a pure-line (near-homozygous) condiment India mustard cultivar that was selected for high adaptability to dryland farming regions of northern Idaho and eastern Washington. ‘Pacific Gold’ is most similar to the India condiment mustard cultivar ‘Cutlass’.

‘Pacific Gold’ is available for non-exclusive licensing.

» Certificate issued by the U.S. Department of Agriculture

‘White Gold’ is a yellow condiment spice mustard developed for use as a condiment spice. It is an open-pollinated cultivar selected for high adaptation to the dry-land environments of the Pacific Northwest (Idaho, Washington and Oregon). The cultivar was developed from a population selected from an accession supplied by the Central Institute of Genetics and Crop Plant Research in the German Democratic Republic, now the Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research. The original breeding population was evaluated in the field during 1994, and further replicated field evaluation began using this seed source in 1995.

‘White Gold’ is available for non-exclusive licensing.

» Certificate issued by the U.S. Department of Agriculture

Physical Address:
Food Research Center
860 W. Idaho Ave, #201
Moscow, ID 83844-3003

Mailing Address:
875 Perimeter Drive
MS 3003
Moscow, ID 83844-3003

Jeremy Tamsen
Phone: 208-885-4550
Email: tamsen@uidaho.edu
Web: OTT Website