Stampede

Bean

Denomination: 'Stampede'
Botanical Name: Phaseolus vulgaris
Applicant/Holder: NDSU Research Foundation
1735 NDSU Research Park Drive
Dept. No. 4400, P.O. Box 6050
Fargo, North Dakota
58108-6050
United States of America
Breeder: Ken Grafton, NDSU, Fargo, United States of America
Agent in Canada: Scoular Canada, Ltd.
301 South Railway
Morden, Manitoba
R6M 1G7
Canada
Tel: 204-829-2326
Application Date: 2009-04-14
Application Number: 09-6609
Protective direction granted: 2009-04-14
Grant of Rights Date: 2013-05-03
Certificate Number: 4512
Grant of Rights Termination Date: 2031-05-03

Variety Description

Varieties used for comparison: 'Maverick' and 'Windbreaker'

Summary: 'Stampede' has short guides whereas 'Windbreaker' has medium length of guides. The intensity of green colour of the leaves of 'Stampede' is medium whereas it is dark on 'Maverick'. The plants of 'Stampede' are taller than those of 'Maverick'. 'Stampede' flowers early in the season whereas 'Windbreaker' flowers mid-season.

Description:

PLANT: dwarf growth type, semi-determinate, short guides, flowers early

LEAF: medium green

FLOWER: white standard and wings

POD: elliptic shape in cross section, green ground colour, stringiness of ventral suture absent, secondary colour brown

SEED: pinto type, two colours, main colour beige, yellow hilum ring
SECONDARY COLOUR: brown

Origin & Breeding History: 'Stampede', tested as ND020351, is a selection from the cross 94-029-01-01 / BDM-RMR-14. The final cross took place in the fall of 1998 in a greenhouse in Fargo, North Dakota. The F1 population (99-182) was grown in an off-season nursery near Blenheim, New Zealand during the winter of 1999-2000. The F2 population was grown in a nursery near Hatton, North Dakota in 2000. Single plant selections were made in the F2 based on plant architecture, pod load, plant vigour, maturity and lack of foliar diseases. The F2:3 line (99-182-05) was grown in a row arrangement in an off-season nursery in Isabela, Puerto Rico during the winter of 2000-2001 and was further selected for vigour, productivity, lack of visible foliar pathogens and maturity. The row was harvested in bulk as F2:4 seed and was entered into a pinto preliminary yield test at Erie, Hatton and Johnstown, North Dakota in 2001. The F4:5 selection was designated ND020351 and grown in an off-season nursery near Isabella, Puerto Rico in the winter of 2001. Simultaneous evaluation for reaction to Bean Common Mosaic Virus and bean rust were made in a greenhouse in Fargo, North Dakota. Continued evaluation from 2002-2007 in advanced yield trials at multiple sites in North Dakota and other states verified agronomic performance.

Tests & Trials: The tests and trials for 'Stampede' were conducted at Morden, Manitoba during the summers of 2010 and 2011. Trials consisted of 3 replicates per variety, consisting of 4 rows per replicate, measuring approximately 5 metres in length, with a row spacing of approximately 60 cm. Plants were spaced about 5 cm apart in the rows. Height data was extracted from the 2010 and 2011 Manitoba Dry Bean Cooperative Registration Trials.


Comparison table for 'Stampede' with reference varieties 'Maverick' and 'Windbreaker'

Plant height (cm)

  'Stampede' 'Maverick' 'Windbreaker'
mean 2010 64 54 n/a
mean 2011 86 77 79

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Stampede
Bean: 'Stampede' (centre) with reference varieties 'Maverick' (left) and 'Windbreaker' (right)

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