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Determinants and Valuation of Plant Variety Protection in India

Title: Determinants and Valuation of Plant Variety Protection in India

Authors: Venkatesh, P; Pal, Suresh

Abstract: Plant variety
protection (PVP) is a recent phenomenon in the developing countries, and
adequate evidence on the response of the seed industry to this policy change is
lacking. This paper examines the trends in PVP in India and economic benefits
accruing to the breeders. The results showed a significant growth in PVP,
attracting participation of both the public and private sectors. However, there
is some degree of crop segmentation with private sector mostly concentrated on
vegetables and cotton and the public sector on food grains. Furthermore, 55 per
cent of the applications from private sector were for new varieties, whereas 85
per cent of the public sector applications were for the extant varieties. The
results of the logit model revealed that yield, adaptability, institute origin
and variety traits were the major factors which influenced the PVP decisions.
The hedonic pricing model indicated a price premium of 11-15 per cent for seeds
of the protected varieties. The initial impact on other aspects of the seed system
like growth in varietal development and public-private partnerships was also
positive.

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