How big is a case of PBR?
How do I Use my PBR rights?
- Using your PBR. Your plant breeder’s rights give you exclusive rights to commercialise your plant variety. To maintain your rights, you need to pay annual registration fees and label your plant variety correctly.
What does PBR stand for in plant breeding?
- Plant breeder's rights (PBR) are exclusive commercial rights for a registered variety of plant. Plant breeder's rights (PBR) are used to protect new varieties of plants that are distinct, uniform and stable. PBR legislation also covers essentially derived varieties and farm saved seed.
What is a PBR extension?
- PBR legislation also covers essentially derived varieties and farm saved seed. An advisory committee advises on any technical issues, and can sometimes grant PBR extensions. Different combinations of intellectual property rights can be used to add value to a single plant variety.
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