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Apples: A Guide to the Identification of International Varieties by John Bultitude (Hardback, 1983)
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Text is clean and unmarked except for usual library treatments. Cloth boards are brown with no text. Dust jacket is yellw with black and brown text. Binding is firm. Used book in good condition.
Apples: A Guide to the Identification of International Varieties (Macmillan reference books)
Has wear to the cover and pages. Contains some markings such as highlighting and writing. Ex-library with the usual stamps. Univ of Washington Pr, Paperback, In Very Good Condition.
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More photos available. Apples: guide to the idnetification and international varieties bultitude, john. First Edition. A nice hardcover with a crisp dust jacket, a tight binding and an unmarked text.
From a private smoke free collection. Shipping within 24 hours, tracking number and delivery Confirmation. Seattle: University of Washington Press, Book and jacket very lightly rubbed at tips. Dust jacket offered in a new mylar cover. The protection given to a breeder by a grant of PVR resembles that given to an inventor by a patent grant, but there are significant differences between these two forms of IP rights. As a plant variety rights holder you may license others to produce for sale and to sell propagating material of the protected variety.
Rights holders commonly collect royalties from the commercialisation of their protected varieties. As with other types of proprietary rights, you may bring civil action against persons or businesses infringing your rights. Other people are free to:. Home Close. Search Search Trade Mark Check beta. Search IP Registers Search for specific intellectual property cases. Home About IP Plant variety rights.
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Plant variety rights A grant of plant variety rights for a new plant variety gives you the exclusive right to produce for sale and to sell propagating material of the variety. Getting started. A grant of plant variety rights may be made if: it is new, it is distinct, sufficiently uniform and stable, it has an acceptable denomination, and formalities are met. Apply for a plant variety right Step by step guide that will help make the application process easy to follow and understand.
Check if a plant variety is protected or provisionally protected before you commercially propagate and sell plants of that variety. Before you begin your application process, you need to fill in the appropriate genus or species technical questionnaire. Find out how you can protect and manage your plant variety rights overseas.