Chris Barnaby, Assistant Commissioner of Plant Variety Rights, has written a paper which has been published in New Zealand Garden Journal, December 2014, Volume 17(2)
“Naming and trading for cultivars” provides explanation and insight into the complexities of naming cultivars and their use in the commercial trading of plants. Commercial horticulture and agriculture is reliant on the production of new cultivars. In order that these cultivars and products can be effectively traded their accurate identification and naming is important.
The paper is reproduced with the permission of the Royal New Zealand Institute of Horticulture (Inc.).