Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation

Animals, Agriculture & Food
Animals Agriculture Food
WARF: P220232US01

Inventors: Irwin Goldman

The Invention
A UW-Madison researcher has developed a new carrot population, called WISYNTH, that was made by bringing together several carrot inbred lines, intermating them, and selecting for processing carrot type. The root has a Nantes tip, rounded shoulders, and excellent bulk. These would be useful for breeding germplasm for processing type carrots.
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