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ACI Seeds has 10 proprietary peanut seed varieties available for production and/or licensing for seed production. Market types included are Runner, Virginia, and Spanish. All ACI peanut seed varieties are high oleic.

Full Season Runner Market Types

ACI 789

Tech Sheet

ACI 789 is a high oleic runner variety with a high percentage of medium kernels. The variety matures in about 135 days in South Georgia and has good resistance to TSWV. This variety has very good peg strength giving flexibility during harvesting when weather condition delay digging and/or picking. ACI 789 was released in 2015 by ACI Seeds under the Plant Variety Protection Act. ACI 789 has demonstrated stability and success across many U.S. peanut production areas.

ACI 3221

Tech Sheet

ACI 3321 is a large seeded, high-oleic runner peanut. ACI 3321 is a top yielding variety for ACI Seeds and in State Variety testing in Alabama, Georgia, and South Carolina. ACI 3321 has a high level of TSWV resistance, best in class white mold resistance and very good leaf spot resistance. ACI 3321 has demonstrated stability across diverse U.S. peanut production areas. ACI 3321 is well adapted to irrigated and dry-land production.

ACI 212

Tech Sheet

ACI1c212 is a large seeded, high-oleic runner peanut. It yields comparable to GA06G. ACI1c212 has a high level of TSWV resistance, good white mold resistance and good leaf spot resistance.

ACI N104

Tech Sheet

ACI N104 is a high oleic runner peanut variety with pod and kernel size and shape similar to Georgia 06G. It has high levels of resistance to TSWV, White Mold, and Leaf Spot. It also has excellent resistance to the peanut nematode M. arenaria. Plant variety protection has been filed for this variety.

ACI 222

Tech Sheet

ACI 222 is a high oleic runner peanut with multiple disease resistance. It was developed in South Georgia and is well suited for the disease pressure in the region. It is a large seeded runner with a high percentage shellout. It can yield 5500lbs/acre. Plant variety protection has been filed for this variety.

Early Maturity Runner Market Types

ACI 198

Tech Sheet

ACI 198 is an early maturing, high oleic runner market type peanut variety developed in West Texas, USA. In the southeast, its maturity has ranged from 115 to 125 days after planting. It has runner growth habit with sparse branching and an erect main stem with a moderate dense canopy. Excellent germination and early vigor is associated with this variety. Due to the sparse branching this variety performs well in twin row planting patterns.

ACI 476

Tech Sheet

ACI 476 is a very new high-yielding, high oleic runner-type peanut variety developed in Georgia, USA. It has a runner growth habit, dark green foliage and an erect main stem with a moderate dense canopy. Excellent germination and early vigor are associated with this variety in addition to early row closure promoting moisture conservation and a reduction of weed competition. Main stem is typically evident at the end of season to assist in digging operations. It produces a higher percentage of medium size kernels compared to other high oleic varieties. It has a light pink seed coat color with a smooth surface similar to Spanish varieties. ACI trials and grower production have shown that ACI 476 can produce yields of 5000lbs/acre and can exceed 5500 lbs/acre, when grown under optimum conditions.

ACI 080

Tech Sheet

ACI 080 is a high oleic early maturing runner market type. It was developed and selected in the West Texas growing region. It can be grown in the other growing regions where TSWV pressure is low. Under optimum growing conditions in the southwest growing region it can yield over 6500lbs/acre. This variety has medium kernel size and has a high percentage shellout. It is early maturing and can be as early as 135 days in the Southwest and 115 days in the Southeast. Plant variety protection has been filed for this variety.

Virginia Market Types

ACI 351

Tech Sheet

ACI 351 is a large seeded Virginia variety developed and tested in West Texas. It is high oleic and has a high percentage of extra-large kernels and jumbo pods. It has good pod shape and color so is suitable for the in-shell market. In ACI trials and grower production it has produced yields of over 5500 lbs/acre.

ACI 433

Tech Sheet

ACI 433 is a large seeded Virginia variety developed and tested in West Texas. It is high oleic and has a high percentage of extra-large kernels and jumbo pods. It has good pod shape and color so is suitable for the in-shell market. In ACI trials and grower production it has produced yields of over 5500 lbs/acre.

Spanish Market Type

Span 17

Tech Sheet

Span 17 is a high yielding, high oleic, Spanish market type that is a Spanish Runner hybrid. It has a runner plant type with Spanish seed and pod characteristics. It has small round Spanish type kernels with a smooth seed coat. It has a pink seed coat color and a Spanish pod shape similar to TAMSPAN90. The seeds per pound range from 750 to 850, depending on the seasonal conditions and production location. ACI trials and grower production have shown that this variety can produce yields that exceed 5500 lbs/acre, when grown under optimum conditions in West Texas, USA. The variety has shown moderate resistance to tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV), with mild resistance to leaf spot. SPAN 17 is an early maturing Spanish variety that matures between 115-125 days in Georgia.

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