Skyline

Bean

Denomination: 'Skyline'
Botanical Name: Phaseolus vulgaris
Applicant/Holder: Globe Seeds B.V.
Postbus 46
Vlijmen
5250 AA
Netherlands
Breeder: HA van Mierlo, Globe Seeds B.V., Vlijmen, Netherlands
Agent in Canada: Terramax Holdings Corporation
Box 345
Qu'Appelle, Saskatchewan
S0G 4A0
Canada
Tel: 306-699-7368
Application Date: 2008-04-29
Application Number: 08-6317
Grant of Rights Date: 2012-02-01
Certificate Number: 4260
Date rights surrendered: 2015-02-01

Variety Description

Variety used for comparison: 'Envoy'

Summary: 'Skyline' is resistant to moderately resistant to Anthracnose race 105 whereas 'Envoy' is susceptible.

Description:

PLANT: no anthocyanin colouration of hypocotyl, determinate growth habit with strong and erect stem and branches

LEAF: medium green, weak rugosity
SECONDARY LEAFLET: very sparse pubescence on lower side

FLOWER: in foliage at full flowering, small bracts, white standard, white wings

POD: light to medium green, no pigmentation, very slight curvature towards dorsal part, pointed tip, weak prominence of grains, smooth surface, distributed scattered on the plant
BEAK: medium length, weak curvature
SEED: narrow elliptic shape of median longitudinal section, elliptic to circular shape in cross section, single coloured, white or greenish, no secondary colours, weak veining, self-coloured hilar ring, shiny lustre

DISEASE REACTION: resistant to moderately resistant to Anthracnose race 105

Origin & Breeding History: 'Skyline' was developed from the cross 'VM-MPB' as the female parent and '86.781' as the pollen parent conducted in November, 1982 in Vlijmen, the Netherlands. It was selected in September, 2000 from single plant selections from the F9 generation and increased from then on. Selection criteria included yield, disease resistance, maturity and stand ability.

Tests & Trials: The tests and trials for 'Skyline' were conducted in Qu'appelle, Saskatchewan during the summers of 2006-2008. Plots consisted of three replicates measuring 1.5 metres by 10 metres in length with 18.75 cm row spacings. Each replicate consisted of 8 rows.

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