U.S. utility patent granted for Beacon Impatiens

U.S. utility patent granted for Beacon Impatiens

Six colors and two mixes are covered by the patent.


PanAmerican Seed has announced that a United States utility patent was granted for its new Beacon Impatiens, having a form of disease resistance to Impatiens downy mildew. U.S. 10,285,362 covers all six colors and two mixes of Beacon Impatiens walleriana. Additional patent applications are pending.

“Since its official debut earlier this year, the excitement around Beacon Impatiens has been outstanding,” says Lisa Lacy, global product manager for PanAmerican Seed. “Receiving this patent underscores confidence in this product, and we are proud to be able to bring such an important flower class back to market.”

Beacon Impatiens launched at California Spring Trials in March 2019 . A limited supply of seed is available now, with full-scale global availability in January 2020.

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