|Botanical Name:||Capsicum annuum|
Seminis Vegetable Seeds, Inc.
800 North Lindbergh Blvd.
St. Louis, Missouri
United States of America
Jurko Leij, Seminis Vegetable Seeds, Inc., Netherlands
|Agent in Canada:||
5952 St. James Drive
|Grant of Rights Date:||2009-11-13|
|Date rights revoked:||2014-11-13|
Variety used for comparison: 'Cadia'
Summary: 'SBY281125' differs from the reference variety, 'Cadia', mainly in the undulation of leaf margins, leaf blistering and glossiness, intensity of fruit colour, depth of stalk cavity and thickness of fruit flesh. The leaf margins of 'SBY281125' have medium undulation of margins whereas it is strong in 'Cadia'. 'SBY281125' has weak blistering and strong glossiness of the leaves whereas it is medium blistering and glossiness in 'Cadia'. The fruit of 'SBY281125' is dark yellow whereas it is medium yellow in 'Cadia'. The stalk cavity of 'SBY281125' is deep whereas it is medium in 'Cadia'. The fruit flesh of 'SBY281125' is medium in thickness whereas it is thick in 'Cadia'.
SEEDLING: anthocyanin colouration of hypocotyl present
PLANT: semi-upright growth habit, long stem, more than three internodes between the first flower and shortened internodes, no anthocyanin colouration or hairiness of nodes, medium height
LEAF: dark green, broad elliptic, medium undulation of margin, weak blistering, moderately convex in cross section, strong glossiness
FLOWER: early flowering, semi-drooping peduncle, no anthocyanin colouration in anther
FRUIT (before the first colour change): medium green in colour with no anthocyanin colouration
FRUIT (after the first colour change): mid-season maturity, drooping attitude, large length/diameter ratio; square in longitudinal section; angular cross section, no sinuation of pericarp at the basal section of pericarp, weak sinuation of pericarp excluding the basal part, smooth surface texture, dark yellow in colour, strong glossiness, deep stalk cavity, moderately depressed apex, shallow interloculary grooves, equally three and four locules, medium thickness of flesh, medium thickness of stalk, non-enveloping calyx, capsaicin absent
DISEASE RESISTANCE: Resistant to Tobamovirus-pathotypes 0, 1-2 and 1-2-3, resistant to Potato Virus Y- pathotype 0
Origin & Breeding History: 'SBY281125' was selected in 1994 from the variety, 'Cadia' at the Seminis breeding station in El Ejido, Spain. Further selection continued from 1995-1998 in Honselersdijk, the Netherlands, where individual plant selections were made during the F2 to F7 generations based on self-pollinated plants. In 1998, seeds of a group of 10 F8 plants were bulked. This seed was used as Foundation Seed of 'SBY281125'. Selection criteria included Tobamo virus resistance, fruit setting potential, open plant type and fruit size, shape and uniformity.
Tests & Trials: Tests and trials for 'SBY291125' were conducted at Southern Bell Hydroponics in Leamington, Ontario during the winter of 2008. Twenty (20) plants of both the candidate and reference varieties were grown on rock wool hydroponic substrate, spaced 33 cm between plants in the row which were spaced 1.2 metres apart. Results of tests and trials were supported by the official Plant Breeders' Rights technical examination report, 2003/1790, purchased from the Community Plant Variety Office.
Comparison tables for 'SBY281125' with reference variety 'Cadia'
Leaf: width (cm)
Fruit: length (cm)
Fruit: diameter at broadest part (cm)
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