USPP28250P3 - Strawberry plant named ‘YASMIN’ - Google Patents

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USPP28250P3
USPP28250P3 US14/545,407 US201514545407V USPP28250P3 US PP28250 P3 USPP28250 P3 US PP28250P3 US 201514545407 V US201514545407 V US 201514545407V US PP28250 P3 USPP28250 P3 US PP28250P3
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  • the present invention relates to a new and distinct variety of a strawberry plant, botanically known as Fragaria ⁇ ananassa Duch. ( Fragaria L.) of the Rosaceae family, and hereinafter referred to by the variety denomination ‘YASMIN’.
  • the new Fragaria ananassa variety is a product of a planned breeding program conducted by the inventors, Nir DAI, Zecharia TANAMI, Sara SLOTZKY and Ahuva DAOUS, in The Volcani Center, located in Bet Dagan, Israel.
  • the objective of the breeding program was to develop a new Fragaria ananassa variety with early season high fruit production, which starts in the beginning of November under conditions prevailing in Israel.
  • the new Fragaria ananassa variety originated from a cross made by the inventors in 2005, in a controlled greenhouse in The Volcani Center, Bet Dagan, Israel.
  • the female or seed parent is the Fragaria ananassa proprietary breeding line designated ‘ARO 105’ (unpatented).
  • the male or pollen parent is the Fragaria ananassa proprietary breeding line designated ‘ARO 701’ (unpatented).
  • the new Fragaria ananassa ‘YASMIN’ was observed and selected by the inventors within the progeny of the stated cross in a controlled environment in 2007 in The Volcani Center, Bet Dagan, Israel.
  • ‘ARO 105’ and ‘ARO 701’, ‘YASMIN’ differs primarily in the traits listed in Table 1.
  • Comparison Variety New Variety TAMAR Characteristic ‘YASMIN’ U.S. Plant Pat. No. 11,135) Beginning of flowering very early early Plant growth habit compact Medium dense Fruit shape conical conical Sensitivity to Tolerant Susceptible Powdery mildew
  • FIG. 1 Shows a typical fruit bearing plant of ‘YASMIN’.
  • FIG. 2 Shows a typical fruit of ‘YASMIN’.
  • FIG. 3 Shows a typical fruit of ‘YASMIN’ in longitudinal section.
  • FIG. 4 Shows a typical leaf of ‘YASMIN’
  • FIG. 5 Shows a typical calyx of ‘YASMIN’
  • FIG. 6 Shows a typical flower of ‘YASMIN’
  • the new Fragaria ananassa ‘YASMIN’ has not been observed under all possible environmental conditions.
  • the phenotype of the new variety may vary with variations in environment such as temperature, light intensity, day length or soil without any change in the genotype of the strawberry plant.
  • Mother plants provided from an authorized nursery are planted in the beginning of May, in the field nursery at 2.5 m ⁇ 2.5 m distance. Combination of overhead and drip irrigation with addition of fertilizers is used.
  • the average day/night temperatures during the establishment of the daughter plants, between June to August, are 32° C./18° C. respectively.
  • Runners appear from June, which produce young daughter plants up till mid September, these are then collected and planted directly in the commercial fields. Growing conditions at the fruit production field:
  • the bare-rooted plants are washed from soil and dipped in Octav (Prochloraz manganese) 2 g/Liter solution to avoid anthracnose. These bare rooted plants are then planted in raised beds with overhead irrigation in 4 rows at 30 cm apart. Distance between plants within rows is 32 cm. During the first month, no fertilizers are added, due to the addition of 60-100 m 3 /hectar compost during field preparation. About 4 weeks after planting the beds are covered with silvery-black, 30 micron polyethylene. The young plants are pulled out through the pre-prepared holes. From this point on, the plants are irrigated with a drip system with a supply of additional fertilizers, as is typically used in agricultural practice. By the end of October the beds are covered with transparent, 80 micron thick polyethylene tunnels. The average day (max) and night (minimum) temperatures during the cultivation season are shown in the table below.
  • the detailed morphological description includes observations, measurements and values taken from 2012 to 2014 and based on ‘YASMIN’ plants grown in the nursery at The Volcani Center, Bet Dagan, Israel. Quantified measurements are expressed as an average or a range of measurements taken from a number of plants of ‘YASMIN’. The measurements of any individual plant or any group of plants, of the new variety may vary from the stated average or range.
  • Color light green RHS 144 B. Pubescence: strong. Number of fruit per truss: 1 to 3 Fruit Difference in shapes between primary and secondary fruits: clear. Fruit of primary order Length: 37-45 mm. Maximum diameter: 32-39 mm. Weight: about 25 g. Predominant shape: wedged. Band without achenes: 3-6 mm. Unevenness of surface: smooth. Color: very dark red RHS 42 A. Evenness of color: rather even. Glossiness: medium to strong. Insertion of achenes: sunken. Insertion of calyx: at level. Color of achenes: light green RHS 145 A Density of achenes: medium dense. Number of achenes: 300-450.
  • Pose of the calyx segments reflexed. Size of calyx in relation to fruit diameter: similar. Length of outer calyx segment: 20-25 mm. Width of outer calyx segment: 10-12 mm. Color of inner calyx segment: medium to dark green RHS 137 B. Color of outer calyx segment : medium green RHS 137 D. Adherence of calyx: very strong. Firmness: firm. Color of flesh: medium to dark red RHS 42 D and white RHS 155 B. Evenness of color of flesh: uneven. Sweetness: good sweetness, Brix 8.0-9.5%. Acidity: Medium to low acidity pH 3.75 -3.9. Fruit of secondary order (representative) Length: about 45 mm. Maximum diameter: about 35 mm.

Abstract

A new and distinct Fragaria ananassa plant named ‘YASMIN’, particularly characterized by very early flowering, compact growth habit, and short-conical fruit shape.

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Botanical name of the genus and species of the plant claimed: Fragaria×ananassa Duch. (Fragaria L.)
Variety denomination: ‘YASMIN’.
BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION
The present invention relates to a new and distinct variety of a strawberry plant, botanically known as Fragaria×ananassa Duch. (Fragaria L.) of the Rosaceae family, and hereinafter referred to by the variety denomination ‘YASMIN’.
The new Fragaria ananassa variety is a product of a planned breeding program conducted by the inventors, Nir DAI, Zecharia TANAMI, Sara SLOTZKY and Ahuva DAOUS, in The Volcani Center, located in Bet Dagan, Israel. The objective of the breeding program was to develop a new Fragaria ananassa variety with early season high fruit production, which starts in the beginning of November under conditions prevailing in Israel.
The new Fragaria ananassa variety originated from a cross made by the inventors in 2005, in a controlled greenhouse in The Volcani Center, Bet Dagan, Israel. The female or seed parent is the Fragaria ananassa proprietary breeding line designated ‘ARO 105’ (unpatented). The male or pollen parent is the Fragaria ananassa proprietary breeding line designated ‘ARO 701’ (unpatented). The new Fragaria ananassa ‘YASMIN’ was observed and selected by the inventors within the progeny of the stated cross in a controlled environment in 2007 in The Volcani Center, Bet Dagan, Israel.
Asexual propagation of the new Fragaria ananassa variety by stolons was first performed in June 2007 in The Volcani Center, Bet Dagan, Israel, and has demonstrated that the combination of characteristics as herein disclosed for the new variety was firmly fixed and retained through successive generations of asexual propagation. The new variety propagates true-to-type.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION
The following traits have been repeatedly observed and are determined to be characteristics of ‘YASMIN’, which in combination, distinguish this strawberry plant as a new, unique and distinct variety:
    • 1. Very early beginning of flowering which is in the first week of October, in Israel;
    • 2. Compact growth habit;
    • 3. Short-conical fruit shape.
In comparison to the parental varieties, ‘ARO 105’ and ‘ARO 701’, ‘YASMIN’ differs primarily in the traits listed in Table 1.
TABLE 1
Comparison with parent varieties.
Female Parent Male Parent
New Variety ‘ARO 105’ ‘ARO 701’
Trait ‘YASMIN’ (unpatented) (unpatented)
Fruit length short long medium to long
Fruit color red light red medium to dark red
Plant growth habit compact medium dense medium dense
Inflorescence above above At level with
position relative
to foliage
Of the many commercial varieties known to the present inventors, the most similar in comparison to the new Fragaria ananassa ‘YASMIN’ is Fragaria ananassa ‘TAMAR’, (Patented, U.S. Plant Pat. No. 11,135) which differs from the new strawberry ‘YASMIN’ in the characteristics described in Table 2:
TABLE 2
Comparison with a well known commercial variety.
Comparison Variety
New Variety TAMAR
Characteristic ‘YASMIN’ (U.S. Plant Pat. No. 11,135)
Beginning of flowering very early early
Plant growth habit compact Medium dense
Fruit shape conical conical
Sensitivity to Tolerant Susceptible
Powdery mildew
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE PHOTOGRAPHS
The accompanying photographs illustrate the overall appearance of the new Fragaria ananassa variety ‘YASMIN’ showing the colors as true as is reasonably possible with colored reproductions of this type. Colors in the photographs may differ slightly from the color values cited in the detailed morphological description, which accurately describe the color of ‘YASMIN’.
FIG. 1—Shows a typical fruit bearing plant of ‘YASMIN’.
FIG. 2—Shows a typical fruit of ‘YASMIN’.
FIG. 3—Shows a typical fruit of ‘YASMIN’ in longitudinal section.
FIG. 4—Shows a typical leaf of ‘YASMIN’
FIG. 5—Shows a typical calyx of ‘YASMIN’
FIG. 6—Shows a typical flower of ‘YASMIN’
DETAILED BOTANICAL DESCRIPTION
The new Fragaria ananassa ‘YASMIN’ has not been observed under all possible environmental conditions. The phenotype of the new variety may vary with variations in environment such as temperature, light intensity, day length or soil without any change in the genotype of the strawberry plant.
The aforementioned photographs, together with the following observations, measurements and values describe plants of ‘YASMIN’ as grown in the field in The Volcani Center, Bet Dagan, Israel, under conditions which closely approximate those generally used in commercial practice. The described plants were propagated from stolons and planted at a distance of 0.3×0.3 m in sandy red loam soil at an elevation of about 30 meters above sea level, with drip irrigation and fertilizers as generally used in commercial practice. Average annual rainfall is about 550 mm, with an average 350 mm of rainfall in winter (December to February). Mean diurnal minimum temperature in January is 7.2° C., and mean diurnal maximum temperature in July is 30.8° C.
Mother plants provided from an authorized nursery are planted in the beginning of May, in the field nursery at 2.5 m×2.5 m distance. Combination of overhead and drip irrigation with addition of fertilizers is used. The average day/night temperatures during the establishment of the daughter plants, between June to August, are 32° C./18° C. respectively. Runners appear from June, which produce young daughter plants up till mid September, these are then collected and planted directly in the commercial fields. Growing conditions at the fruit production field:
The bare-rooted plants are washed from soil and dipped in Octav (Prochloraz manganese) 2 g/Liter solution to avoid anthracnose. These bare rooted plants are then planted in raised beds with overhead irrigation in 4 rows at 30 cm apart. Distance between plants within rows is 32 cm. During the first month, no fertilizers are added, due to the addition of 60-100 m3/hectar compost during field preparation. About 4 weeks after planting the beds are covered with silvery-black, 30 micron polyethylene. The young plants are pulled out through the pre-prepared holes. From this point on, the plants are irrigated with a drip system with a supply of additional fertilizers, as is typically used in agricultural practice. By the end of October the beds are covered with transparent, 80 micron thick polyethylene tunnels. The average day (max) and night (minimum) temperatures during the cultivation season are shown in the table below.
Unless otherwise stated, the detailed morphological description includes observations, measurements and values taken from 2012 to 2014 and based on ‘YASMIN’ plants grown in the nursery at The Volcani Center, Bet Dagan, Israel. Quantified measurements are expressed as an average or a range of measurements taken from a number of plants of ‘YASMIN’. The measurements of any individual plant or any group of plants, of the new variety may vary from the stated average or range.
Color references are made to The Royal Horticultural Society Colour Chart (R.H.S.), (1986 edition), except where general colors of ordinary significance are used. Color values were taken under daylight conditions in full sunlight in The Volcani Center, located in Bet Dagan, Israel.
All of the plants of ‘YASMIN’, insofar as they have been observed, have been consistent in all the characteristics described below.
  • Classification:
      • Botanical.—Fragaria ananassa×ananassa Duch. (Fragaria L.).
  • Parentage:
      • Female or seed parent.—Fragaria ananassa ‘ARO 105’ (unpatented).
      • Male or pollen parent.—Fragaria ananassa ‘ARO 701’ (unpatented).
  • Propagation: Vegetatively from stolons.
  • Growing conditions:
      • Light intensities.—Full sunlight.
January February March April May June July
Mean 17.8 18.1 20.1 24.5 27 29.2 30.8
maximum air
temperature
(° C.)
Mean 7.2 7.1 8.8 11.5 14.6 17.9 20.6
minimum air
temperature
(° C.)
Mean rainfall 140.5 96.9 66.1 17.5 2.2
(mm)
August September October November December
Mean 31.2 30.4 28.3 24.1 19.7
maximum air
temperature
(° C.)
Mean 21.2 19.4 16 11.8 8.6
minimum air
temperature
(° C.)
Mean rainfall 0.4 20.4 76.2 130.3
(mm)
      • Fertilization.—A balanced fertilizer with level of 3-1-9 (N-P-K)+3% microelements.
      • Growth regulators.—Not applied.
TABLE OF CHARACTERISTICS
Plant
Habit: round, compact
Height: 25-30 cm.
Diameter: 25-30 cm.
Density: medium.
Vigor: strong.
Leaf
Color of upper side: medium to dark green RHS
137 B.
Color of lower side: medium green RHS 138 B.
Length: 8-12 cm.
Width: 10-14 cm.
Cross section: slightly concave.
Blistering: medium strong.
Number of leaflets: more than 3.
Glossiness: None
Terminal leaflet
Length: 60-65 mm.
Width: 55-65 mm.
Shape of base: obtuse.
Shape of teeth: rounded.
Side leaflet
Length: 55-60 m.
Width: 65-70 mm.
Shape of base: truncate.
Petiole
Pose of hairs: outwards.
Length: 9-13 cm.
Thickness: about 3 mm.
Green color: light green RHS 144 C.
Anthocyanin coloration: absent.
Stipule
Length: 25-30 mm.
Width: 6-9 mm.
Anthocyanin coloration: absent.
Color: very light green RHS 144 D.
Stolons
Number: numerous.
Anthocyanin coloration: weak.
Thickness: 2-3 mm.
Pubescence: medium outwards.
Inflorescence
Position relative to foliage: above.
Attitude: erect.
Peduncle length: 7 to 18 cm
Flower
Number of flowers per plant: numerous
Diameter: 25-33 mm.
Size of calyx relative to corolla: 33-40 mm.
Size of inner calyx relative to outer calyx:
smaller.
Spacing of petals: strongly overlapping.
Number of petals per flower: 6 to 8
Length of sepal: 17-23 mm.
Width of sepal: 9-12 mm.
Color of sepal: medium green RHS 137 D.
Number of sepals per flower: 11 to 14
Petal
Length: 13-15 mm.
Width: 14-15 mm.
Shape: rounded.
Color of upper side: white RHS 155 B.
Color of lower side: white RHS 155 B.
Stamen
Number per flower: about 20
Color: Yellow green RHS 150 A
Filament:
Length: 2-3 mm
Color: Very light green RHS 145 D
Fruiting truss
Attitude: prostrate.
Thickness: about 2 mm.
Color: light green RHS 144 B.
Pubescence: strong.
Number of fruit per truss: 1 to 3
Fruit
Difference in shapes between primary and
secondary fruits: clear.
Fruit of primary order
Length: 37-45 mm.
Maximum diameter: 32-39 mm.
Weight: about 25 g.
Predominant shape: wedged.
Band without achenes: 3-6 mm.
Unevenness of surface: smooth.
Color: very dark red RHS 42 A.
Evenness of color: rather even.
Glossiness: medium to strong.
Insertion of achenes: sunken.
Insertion of calyx: at level.
Color of achenes: light green RHS 145 A
Density of achenes: medium dense.
Number of achenes: 300-450.
Pose of the calyx segments: reflexed.
Size of calyx in relation to fruit diameter: similar.
Length of outer calyx segment: 20-25 mm.
Width of outer calyx segment: 10-12 mm.
Color of inner calyx segment: medium to dark
green RHS 137 B.
Color of outer calyx segment : medium green
RHS 137 D.
Adherence of calyx: very strong.
Firmness: firm.
Color of flesh: medium to dark red RHS 42 D and
white RHS 155 B.
Evenness of color of flesh: uneven.
Sweetness: good sweetness, Brix 8.0-9.5%.
Acidity: Medium to low acidity pH 3.75 -3.9.
Fruit of secondary order
(representative)
Length: about 45 mm.
Maximum diameter: about 35 mm.
Weight: 20-25 g.
Predominant shape: conical.
Band without achenes: 3-6 mm.
Unevenness of surface: smooth.
Color: very dark red RHS 42 A.
Evenness of color: rather even.
Glossiness: medium to strong.
Insertion of achenes: sunken.
Insertion of calyx: at level.
Color of achenes: light green RHS 145 A
Density of achenes: medium dense.
Number of achenes: 300-450.
Pose of the calyx segments: reflexed.
Size of calyx in relation to fruit diameter: similar.
Length of outer calyx segment: 20-25 mm.
Width of outer calyx segment: 10-12 mm.
Color of inner calyx segment : medium to dark
green RHS 137 B.
Color of outer calyx segment : medium green
RHS 137D.
Adherence of calyx: very strong.
Firmness: firm.
Color of flesh: medium to dark red RHS 42 D and
white RHS 155 B.
Evenness of color of flesh: uneven.
Sweetness: good sweetness, Brix 8.0-9.5%.
Acidity: Medium to low acidity pH 3.75-3.9.
Fruit cavity size: 1-3 mm
Time of flowering Very early (in early plantings around October
10th)
Time of ripening Early (start at 10th of November)
Type of bearing Remontant
      • Maturity.—Ripe for commercial harvesting on about November 10th is Israel.
  • Disease resistance: Tolerant to Powdery mildew.
  • Pest resistance: No atypical resistance has been noted.
  • Disease susceptibility: None observed.
  • Pest susceptibility: Susceptible to red spider mites.

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Printout of application information from PLUTO database for corresponding Israel Plant Breeders' Rights application No. 4298 filed Oct. 12, 2010 (1 page) (retrieved from www.wipo.int/pluto).
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