Luther Burbank Botanist Patent Collection Print Gift - Art Source - Patents As Art

Luther Burbank Botanist Patents, 20x24

$39.00 USD

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TITLE: Plant Patent Collection
INVENTOR: Luther Burbank
YEAR: 1932-1951

Enjoy a collection of Luther Burbank's key patents awarded from his long career as botanist, horticulturist and a pioneer in agricultural science. Burbank developed more than 800 strains and varieties of plants over his 55-year career. His varied creations included fruits, flowers, grains, grasses, and vegetables. He also developed a spineless cactus (useful for cattle-feed) and the plumcot.

Burbank's work spurred the passing of the 1930 Plant Patent Act four years after his death. The legislation made it possible to patent new varieties of plants. As a result, all of Bubank's patents were granted posthumously. Plant patents are now a key intellectual property protection strategy for many in the agricultural field.
Print displaying a collection of key patents that Burbank received for his work as a botanist and agricultural pioneer.
Size is 20x24
Document is printed on premium acid-free paper
Makes a great gift for the gardener florist or plant lover
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Size and Specs

20x24 Print Only
Sized for standard 20x24 frame
Image size is 20" x 17"
Art printed on premium, acid-free heavyweight art paper
Delivered rolled in protective mailing tube

20x24 Framed
Quality wood frame with real glass
Image size is 20" x 17"
Overall frame size is 22-1/4" x 26-1/4"
Product weight is 8 lbs
Mat is 1.5" in width around art
Frame is sealed and includes hanging hardware


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