Southeast Seed
peanuts

Southeast Varieties*

Georgia 06G

A large seeded medium maturity variety (140 days ±) released in 2006 by the University of Georgia Agricultural Experiment Station in Tifton, Georgia. The Georgia 06G is a high yielding Tomato Spot Wilt Virus resistant variety that has excellent grade characteristics.

Georgia 09B

A high oleic, Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus resistant, medium maturity variety (140 days ±) released in 2009 by the University of Georgia Agricultural Experiment Station in Tifton, Georgia. This variety was developed from the first backcross between Georgia Green and a high oleic parent. The high oleic oil chemistry gives this variety a longer shelf life in processed peanut products. The seed size for this variety is “medium,” meaning it is smaller the Georgia 06G and Georgia Greener.

GA16HO

Released by the University of Georgia in 2016, this variety is a large seeded Tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV) resistant runner that is a high yielding high oleic variety. Matures in approximately 140 days.

TUF Runner 297

Developed by the University of Florida and released in 2014, this is an extra-large seeded runner variety with high oleic oil chemistry. It has good resistance to white mold and Tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV), but is susceptible to leaf spot and matures in approximately 140 days.

TIFNV HiOL

TIFNV HiOL was released by USDA ARS in Tifton, GA. A high yielding Tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV) resistant, nematode resistant variety that matures in approximately 140 days.

Georgia-14N

Georgia-14N is a high yielding, medium seeded, high oleic runner type peanut with resistance to tomato spotted wilt and root knot nematode.

Georgia-18RU

A high yielding normal oleic, Tomato Spotted Wilt and leaf scorch resistant medium-large seeded runner variety.

FloRun 331™

A high yielding, disease resistant, high oleic runner variety, with medium seed size and normal maturity.

*Golden Peanut and Tree Nuts cannot export seed from the U.S.