TODAY’S PATENT – TOMATO HYBRID DR7962TH AND PARENTS THEREOF
The Tomato Hybrid DR7962th and Parent Thereof was invented by Antonio Cornelis Maria Van de Ven on December 19, 2019 bearing patent number US20190380291A1.
The goal of vegetable breeding is to combine various desirable traits in a single variety/hybrid. Such desirable traits may include any trait deemed beneficial by a grower and/or consumer, including greater yield, resistance to insects or disease, tolerance to environmental stress, and nutritional value.
The invention provides seed and plants of tomato hybrid DR7962TH and the parent lines thereof. The invention thus relates to the plants, seeds and tissue cultures of tomato hybrid DR7962TH and the parent lines thereof, and to methods for producing a tomato plant produced by crossing such plants with themselves or with another tomato plant, such as a plant of another genotype. The invention further relates to seeds and plants produced by such crossing. The invention further relates to parts of such plants, including the fruit and gametes of such plants.