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Rutgers’ Rosebell Red Habanero
Invention Summary: Rutgers "Rosebell Red" pepper is a unique habanero developed from a field cross between African and Mexican habanero peppers. It has been evaluated at Rutgers research centers in Southern and Central New Jersey between 2010 and 2019. The "Rosebell Red" was selectively developed based on its unique qualities...
Published: 10/27/2021   |   Inventor(s): James Simon, Thomas Orton, Albert Ayeni
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Plants, Seeds, Berries, Fruit, Technology Classifications > Agriculture, Technology Classifications > Food, Nutrition and Nutraceuticals
Microbiome-Leveraged Organic Herbicide
Invention Summary: At present, all herbicides are deleterious to human health. There is an unmet need to develop herbicides that are not harmful to people. Ethylene is a microbe-produced hormone that stimulates plant cell growth. However, in excess, ethylene causes stress in plants due to overproduction of superoxide, a highly potent form of reactive...
Published: 9/14/2021   |   Inventor(s): James White, Kathryn Kingsley, Kurt Kowalski, Xiaoqian (Ivy) Chang
Keywords(s): Biofertilizer
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Ag Biotech, Technology Classifications > Agriculture, Technology Classifications > Plants, Seeds, Berries, Fruit
Rutgers’ Jumbo-Habanero (Capsicum Chinense)
Invention Summary: Rutgers' Jumbo-Habanero (Jumbo-Hab) is an open-pollinated pepper variety that was developed from a field cross between African and Mexican habanero peppers. The plant is bushy with mostly bifurcative branching, 30-32” tall and 40-50” wide, and very attractive at maturity with red ripe pendulous fruit. It is...
Published: 7/27/2021   |   Inventor(s): James Simon, Thomas Orton, Albert Ayeni
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Agriculture, Technology Classifications > Plants, Seeds, Berries, Fruit, Technology Classifications > Food, Nutrition and Nutraceuticals
Rutgers' UFO-Habanero (Capsicum Chinense)
Invention Summary: Rutgers' UFO-Habanero (UFO-Hab) is an open-pollinated pepper variety that was developed from a field cross between African and Mexican habanero peppers. The plant is bushy with bifurcative branching, 30-36” tall and 38-49” wide, and very attractive at maturity with red ripe pendulous fruit. It is an annual in...
Published: 7/27/2021   |   Inventor(s): James Simon, Thomas Orton, Albert Ayeni
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Agriculture, Technology Classifications > Plants, Seeds, Berries, Fruit, Technology Classifications > Food, Nutrition and Nutraceuticals
Hazelnuts Resistant to Eastern Filbert Blight
Invention Summary: Rutgers University initiated a hazelnut research and breeding program in 1996 to address the fatal tree disease eastern filbert blight (EFB) caused by the naturally occurring fungus, Anisogramma anomala.Rutgers made large seed collections across Eastern Europe, the Caucuses, and Central Asia to cross and breed the collected trees...
Published: 7/19/2021   |   Inventor(s): John Capik, Thomas Molnar
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Agriculture, Technology Classifications > Plants, Seeds, Berries, Fruit
Scarlet Sunrise Bi-Color Grape Tomato
Invention Summary: Scarlet Sunrise bi-color grape tomato is a new and unique variety of grape tomato, which was created through traditional plant breeding. The variety has attractive grape-pear shaped bi-color (red and yellow) fruit which are firm, crack-resistant, flavorful, with good shelf life and expected good shipping qualities. The...
Published: 7/13/2021   |   Inventor(s): Thomas Orton, Peter Nitzsche
Keywords(s): Tomato
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Agriculture, Technology Classifications > Plants, Seeds, Berries, Fruit, Technology Classifications > Food, Nutrition and Nutraceuticals
Novel Bioherbicides that Suppress Weeds and Promote Plant Growth
Stunted growth of invasive Japanese knotweed when inoculated (Right panel) with Micrococcus luteus. Left panel: untreated Japanese knotweed; Right panel: bioherbicide treated Japanese knotweed Invention Summary:Rutgers University scientists have identified novel compositions of endophytic yeast and bacteria that reduce aggressive growth of invasive...
Published: 11/13/2020   |   Inventor(s): James White, Kathryn Kingsley, Matthew Elmore, Kurt Kowalski
Keywords(s): Biofertilizer
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Plants, Seeds, Berries, Fruit, Technology Classifications > Agriculture, Technology Classifications > Ag Biotech
Gigantus1, A Newly Identified Gene Target for Improved Plant Growth and Yield in Agricultural Applications
Gts1- knockout plants (Gts-1) displayed faster germination and increased growth compared to wild-type (WT) plants.Invention Summary:Rutgers scientists discovered a new gene Gigantus1 (Gts1) in Arabidopsis thaliana, which significantly influences seed germination, growth and biomass accumulation in plants. The protein product GIGANTUS1 (GTS1) belongs...
Published: 7/13/2020   |   Inventor(s): Simeon Kotchoni
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Agriculture, Technology Classifications > Plants, Seeds, Berries, Fruit
Novel Biofertilizer for Improving Plant Growth and Tolerance to Stress
Improved tomato root biomass after 21 days of salinity test Invention Summary: Rutgers University scientists have identified two new bacterial strains that can express 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylate (ACC) deaminase, and a plant growth hormone. Its efficacy has been tested to benefit maize, tomato, and creeping bentgrass, a type of turfgrass....
Published: 6/29/2020   |   Inventor(s): Bingru Huang, Ning Zhang, William Errickson
Keywords(s): Biofertilizer
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Agriculture, Technology Classifications > Plants, Seeds, Berries, Fruit, Technology Classifications > Ag Biotech
Novel Sweet Basil Resistant to Downy Mildew
Reduced downy mildew symptoms and pathogen load two weeks after Peronospora belbahrii fungus exposure. Left panel: Gene-edited sweet basil; Right panel: Non-gene- edited sweet basil Invention Summary:Rutgers University scientists have developed a gene-edited sweet basil (Ocimum basilicum) line that is resistant to downy mildew by using CRISPR-editing...
Published: 6/29/2020   |   Inventor(s): James Simon, Rong Di, Michael Lawton
Keywords(s): Basil
Category(s): Technology Classifications > Plants, Seeds, Berries, Fruit, Technology Classifications > Agriculture, Technology Classifications > Food, Nutrition and Nutraceuticals, Technology Classifications > Ag Biotech
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