A breeder, who has discovered and developed a new plant variety can protect this variety by an exclusive right. As a result, he is allowed to:
produce or reproduce;
condition for the purpose of propagation;
offer for sale;
sell or use other form of marketing;
the propagating material of this variety. Entities other than breeders who want to do the above-mentioned actions need to have the written consent (license agreement) of the authorised breeder to do so.