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The New Zealand Institute for Plant and Food Research Ltd | Date: 2012-05-24

A new and distinct plum variety is described. The variety results from selection among a population of seedlings derived from collecting seed from open pollinated fruit. Seedlings generated from the open pollination were planted out at Lawn Road, Havelock North, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand. In 2003, LRP40/205 was identified as having potential as a new variety and was propagated for further trials. LRP40/205 was selected for its desirable tree and fruit characteristics, and timing of the harvest.


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The New Zealand Institute for Plant and Food Research Ltd | Date: 2013-02-21

A system (


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The New Zealand Institute for Plant and Food Research Ltd | Date: 2014-04-29

The present invention relates to fungicidal compositions and particularly fungicidal compositions comprising anhydrous milk fat (AMF), soybean oil and/or coconut fat. The invention also relates to a fungicidal method employing a composition of the invention. The compositions and methods of the invention have applications in the management (prevention and control) of fungal growth in commercial and small scale crop production.


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The New Zealand Institute for Plant and Food Research Ltd | Date: 2013-06-26

A new and distinct apricot variety is described. The variety results from selection among a population of seedlings derived from controlled crossing of the apricot varieties known as Late Moorpark (not patented) and Bhart (not patented), marketed as Orangered. The new variety is distinguished from others by the deep red over color of the mature fruit accompanied by mid-orange colored firm flesh with high soluble solids content.


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The New Zealand Institute for Plant and Food Research Ltd | Date: 2013-06-26

A new and distinct apricot variety is described. The variety results from selection among a population of seedlings derived from controlled crossing of the varieties Bhart (not patented), marketed as Orangered, and an unreleased selection (not patented) which was the result of crossing Cluthagold (not patented) and Late Moorpark (not patented). The new variety is distinguished from others by the late harvest date and rose/red overcolor of the mature fruit accompanied by mid orange colored firm flesh with high soluble solids content. Fruit of Mac12/54 matures in early to mid February in Otago, New Zealand.

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