Breeders' Rights

The new plant varieties are protected through their own and special Intellectual Property system, where UPOV is the organization in charge of ensuring the protection of these plant varieties. In order to obtain the registration of a new variety, it shall comply with the requirements of Novelty, Conformity, Distinction, Homogeneity, and Stability, where these last 3 requirements are evaluated through the DUS Exam.

In Chile, the authority responsible for registering these new plant varieties is the Seed Division of the Agricultural and Livestock Service.

Jarry IP has a trained team to advise on all the processing of new plant varieties, from the registration application to the registration thereof, both for trees and vines, as well as for other plant varieties.