Avocado IP Management

  Varieties and Rootstocks


          Tony Whiley
 Sunshine Horticultural Services
        Nambour...
Turner Hass

     Large fruiting Hass sport
     Application accepted by PBR 26/08/2002
     IP rights expire 2031
     IP...
Turner Hass
    Grower data indicates that this variety crops 10% heavier
    than Hass - Childers 2002.
Turner Hass

   Dry matter accumulation
   trails Hass by about 1%


   Fruit develops richer
   nuttier flavour than Hass
Turner Hass

     Fruit is approximately
     17% larger than Hass

     Fruit is neckier than Hass
     but within indust...
Turner Hass


    Approx. 1% of fruit on each tree
    has natural Chimera marking
    Fruit turn brown/black when
    mat...
Turner Hass

       Unknowns

                  – post harvest storage life

                  - productivity across all e...
SHSR - 02

      Guatemalan race
      Seedling rootstock
      In top range of production across all sites
      Tree is ...
SHSR - 02
        Good resistance to PRR
      SHSR-02 – Velvick (VA) – Reed – SHSR-02
SHSR - 02
    Commercialisation
            Mother trees have been propagated for
            future seed source
         ...
SHSR - 04

      Guatemalan/Mexican hybrid
      Easy to clone
      Has significantly better health rating than all
     ...
SHSR - 04
         12-month-old SHSR-04 grafted to Hass




    Commercialisation will proceed with PBR application 2009
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  1. 1. Avocado IP Management Varieties and Rootstocks Tony Whiley Sunshine Horticultural Services Nambour QLD
  2. 2. Turner Hass Large fruiting Hass sport Application accepted by PBR 26/08/2002 IP rights expire 2031 IP owners are John and Jay Dorrian 500 trees minimum sized planting 3% royalty on the wholesale price of fruit
  3. 3. Turner Hass Grower data indicates that this variety crops 10% heavier than Hass - Childers 2002.
  4. 4. Turner Hass Dry matter accumulation trails Hass by about 1% Fruit develops richer nuttier flavour than Hass
  5. 5. Turner Hass Fruit is approximately 17% larger than Hass Fruit is neckier than Hass but within industry range Flesh recovery greater than Hass: 70.8 vs 66.9%
  6. 6. Turner Hass Approx. 1% of fruit on each tree has natural Chimera marking Fruit turn brown/black when mature – look the same as Hass Fruit is marketed as Hass – no promotion required
  7. 7. Turner Hass Unknowns – post harvest storage life - productivity across all environments Enquires to Sunshine Horticultural Services
  8. 8. SHSR - 02 Guatemalan race Seedling rootstock In top range of production across all sites Tree is sturdy with less vigour than VelvickD Good uniformity in seedling population
  9. 9. SHSR - 02 Good resistance to PRR SHSR-02 – Velvick (VA) – Reed – SHSR-02
  10. 10. SHSR - 02 Commercialisation Mother trees have been propagated for future seed source Top five seedlings will be cloned for further testing Decision on PBR to be made
  11. 11. SHSR - 04 Guatemalan/Mexican hybrid Easy to clone Has significantly better health rating than all other rootstocks including international standards with resistance growing in high pressure disease site
  12. 12. SHSR - 04 12-month-old SHSR-04 grafted to Hass Commercialisation will proceed with PBR application 2009

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