WARF: P01013US

  • Assigned to WARF as biological material.

Inbred Carrot Lines W280A and W280B


Irwin Goldman, Dwight "Nick" Breitbach

The Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF) is seeking commercial partners interested in new carrot varieties.
OVERVIEWAccording to the USDA, Wisconsin farmers produced 73,610 tons of carrots in 2010.
THE INVENTIONUW-Madison researchers have developed a new line of carrots. Inbred carrot line W280 is a long Danvers type with a tapered root and light green foliage. W280 was derived from a cross between the unreleased inbred lines, W261 and W262. W280A is a green petaloid sterile and W280B is the maintainer genotype.
  • Suitable for use in both fresh market and processing carrot hybrid cultivars
  • Long Danvers type with a tapered root and light green foliage
Contact Information
For current licensing status, please contact Emily Bauer at or 608-960-9842.
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