Plant breeders' rights may subsist in varieties1 of all plant genera and species2, and are granted under statute3. The holder of rights4 is entitled to prevent any person without the holder's authority5 from doing any of these acts as regards the propagating material of the protected variety6:
(1) production or reproduction (multiplication)7;
(2) conditioning for the purpose of propagation8;
(3) offering for sale9;
(4) selling or other marketing10;
(7) stocking for any of these purposes13; and
(8) any other act prescribed14 for these purposes15.
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