U.S. PVP No. 200800069
High Oleic, Runner-type Peanut Variety
‘Florida-07’ is a medium maturity, large seeded, high oleic peanut variety. It has outstanding pod-yield potential, competitive grades, high oleic oil chemistry, and resistance to tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV) and white mold (southern stem rot). Florida-07 has performed well in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, and Texas. The seed size of Florida-07 is larger than that of ‘Georgia Green’ and similar to ‘Georgia-06G’. Florida-07 has a typical runner growth habit with a semi-prominent central stem and dark green foliage. Under irrigated conditions in Florida, Florida-07 reaches optimum maturity about 140 days after planting. Due to the variety’s large seed size, gypsum is recommended, especially when producing seed.
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License Availability: FFSP has non-exclusively licensed the following entity for the production and commercialization of the ‘Florida-07’ peanut cultivar: