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Ag Briefs 2-8-10

Developers of 11 new plant varieties have been issued certificates of protection under the Plant Variety Protection Act. This gives the owners exclusive rights to the new plant variety. The new plant varieties include bluegrass, onion, pepper, tobacco and wheat, according to the USDA.

Developers of 11 new plant varieties have been issued certificates of protection under the Plant Variety Protection Act. This gives the owners exclusive rights to the new plant variety. The new plant varieties include bluegrass, onion, pepper, tobacco and wheat, according to the USDA.

Developers of 11 new plant varieties have been issued certificates of protection under the Plant Variety Protection Act. This gives the owners exclusive rights to the new plant variety. The new plant varieties include bluegrass, onion, pepper, tobacco and wheat, according to the USDA.

Developers of 11 new plant varieties have been issued certificates of protection under the Plant Variety Protection Act. This gives the owners exclusive rights to the new plant variety. The new plant varieties include bluegrass, onion, pepper, tobacco and wheat, according to the USDA.

Developers of 11 new plant varieties have been issued certificates of protection under the Plant Variety Protection Act. This gives the owners exclusive rights to the new plant variety. The new plant varieties include bluegrass, onion, pepper, tobacco and wheat, according to the USDA.