This POSTnote considers the different intellectual property rights approaches available to plant breeders.Jump to full report >>
Plant breeding is an essential practice in agriculture and horticulture. Plant breeders may seek intellectual property rights (IPR) over plant varieties and breeding techniques to protect their investment in research. This POSTnote considers the different IPR approaches available to plant breeders.
Authors: Peter Border; Sarah Smith
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