Login | Request Account (DAF staff only)

Stenotaphrum secundatum, Buffalo Grass 'Sir James'

Share this record

Add to FacebookAdd to LinkedinAdd to XAdd to WechatAdd to Microsoft_teamsAdd to WhatsappAdd to Any

Export this record

Loch, D.S. and Roche, M.B. (2004) Stenotaphrum secundatum, Buffalo Grass 'Sir James'. Plant Varieties Journal, 17 (1). pp. 535-538.

Full text not currently attached. Access may be available via the Publisher's website or OpenAccess link.

Publisher URL: http://www.ipaustralia.gov.au
Organisation URL: http://www.dpi.qld.gov.au/26_4220.htm
Publisher URL: http://www.ipaustralia.gov.au/pbr/journal_download.shtml


Spontaneous mutation: discovered in February 2001 as a superior plant growing among “Common” buffalo grass growing on the breeder’s property at Saltash in the Hunter Valley (NSW). The selected material has smaller (finer) leaves and showed better growth and colour than the parent variety with minimal inputs (water, fertiliser) under stressful climatic conditions. Subsequently, it also showed better leaf colour retention than the parent variety during winter. A vegetative plug taken from the original plant has now undergone four subsequent vegetative divisions to expand the original material for performance trials in NSW and Queensland without showing any discernible off types. Main selection criteria: winter colour retention, small leaves, low fertiliser requirement. Propagation: vegetative. Breeder: Brent Redman, Maitland North, NSW. PBR Certificate Number 2715, Application Number 2002/283, granted 18 March 2005.

Item Type:Article
Corporate Creators:QPIF, DEEDI
Additional Information:© IP Australia.
Keywords:Stenotaphrum secundatum; soft leaf buffalo grass; 'Sir James'; PBR; Plant Breeders Rights; turfgrass.
Subjects:Plant culture > Lawns and turfgrasses > Varieties
Live Archive:07 Dec 2010 03:48
Last Modified:03 Sep 2021 16:48

Repository Staff Only: item control page