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Re: Pelfi 'Disco'

  • Subject: Re: Pelfi 'Disco'
  • From: Hedgehug@AOL.COM
  • Date: Wed, 2 Jun 2004 21:02:24 -0400


Now that you point it out, that is an interesting point; and my interpretation is probably not what Fischer officially sanctions.  I hadn't really considered it previously, although I probably should have.  I went to the initial source, and when they said it was no longer in production, it only seemed logical to see if anyone still had it around.

If a commercial grower with a patent is no longer producing the plant with no intention of producing it again, does the patent still apply? How long is a plant patent good for?


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