Patents by Inventor Paul Jan Friday

Paul Jan Friday has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Patent number: PP15497
    Abstract: A new and distinct variety of peach, Prunus persica, tree having the following unique combination of desirable features: 1. Producing a very firm fruit that can best be described as “crunchy” when bitten into when firm ripe. 2. The limbs of the tree naturally grow at wide angles creating a wide-spreading tree. 3. A substantially spherical fruit with yellow flesh having light red around the pit. 4. A mid-season peach variety that matures after ‘Redhaven’ (unpatented) and which hangs on the tree for many days staying extremely firm. 5. A peach variety that has excellent storage and shelf life.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 7, 2003
    Date of Patent: January 25, 2005
    Inventor: Paul Jan Friday
  • Patent number: PP15498
    Abstract: A new and distinct variety of peach, Prunus persica, tree having the following unique combination of desirable features. 1. The new and distinct variety of peach tree is of spreading growth and a regular and productive bearer of large peaches having an average diameter of about 2¾?. 2. Producing a very firm fruit having a resilient flesh texture. 3. Blossoms are partially non-showy when in full blooom. 4. A substantially spherical fruit with skin of dark red color overlying dark yellow at maturity. 5. An early season maturing fruit of good taste. 6. An early season maturing fruit of good storage and shelf life.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 7, 2003
    Date of Patent: January 25, 2005
    Inventor: Paul Jan Friday
  • Patent number: PP15659
    Abstract: A new and distinct variety of peach, Prunus persica, tree having the following unique combination of desirable features: 1. Producing a bud that is particularly winter and spring cold hardy. 2. The limbs of the tree naturally grow at wide angles creating a wide-spreading tree. 3. A fruit with a smooth raised suture that remains firm as does the whole fruit. 4. A late maturing, highly colored, peach cultivar that matures a few days before the old standard variety, “Cresthaven” (unpatented), and which hangs on the tree for many days, staying extremely firm.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 27, 2004
    Date of Patent: March 15, 2005
    Inventor: Paul Jan Friday
  • Patent number: PP15660
    Abstract: A new and distinct variety of peach, Prunus persica, tree having the following unique combination of desirable features: 1. The new and distinct variety of peach tree is of average height and of upright growth and a regular and productive bearer of peaches. 2. Producing a very firm fruit having a resilient flesh texture. 3. Blossoms are non-showy when in full bloom. 4. A substantially oval spherical fruit with skin of dark red color overlying a yellow which covers approximately fifteen percent (15%) of its surface at maturity. 5. Late maturing fruit of good taste. 6. A late maturing fruit of good storage and shelf life.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 27, 2004
    Date of Patent: March 15, 2005
    Inventor: Paul Jan Friday
  • Patent number: PP15661
    Abstract: A new and distinct variety of nectarine, Prunus persica, tree having the following unique combination of desirable features: 1. Producing a very firm fruit having a resilient flesh texture. 2. Blossoms are non-showy when in full bloom. 3. A substantially spherical fruit with yellow flesh having red mottling. 4. A mid-season nectarine variety that matures after ‘Redhaven’ (unpatented) and which has good storage and shelf life.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 14, 2003
    Date of Patent: March 15, 2005
    Inventor: Paul Jan Friday
  • Patent number: PP16663
    Abstract: A new and distinct variety of peach, {Prunus persica}, tree having the following unique combination of desirable features: 1. Producing a very firm fruit having a resilient flesh texture. 2. Blossoms are non-showy when in full bloom. 3. A substantially spheriodal fruit with yellow flesh having red mottling. 4. Produces fruit of excellent taste. 5. A mid to late season peach variety which matures after Redhaven {non-patented} and which has good storage and shelf life.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 7, 2003
    Date of Patent: June 20, 2006
    Inventor: Paul Jan Friday
  • Patent number: PP17045
    Abstract: A new and distinct variety of peach tree having the following unique combination of desirable features. 1. Producing a very firm fruit having a resilient flesh texture. 2. Blossoms are showy when in full bloom. 3. A substantially spheroidal fruit with an attractive red skin coloring over a majority of the surface. 4. An early maturing fruit that is freestone. 5. An early maturing fruit of good taste.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 4, 2004
    Date of Patent: August 22, 2006
    Inventor: Paul Jan Friday
  • Patent number: PP17054
    Abstract: A new and distinct variety of peach tree having the following unique combination of desirable features: 1. Producing a very firm fruit having a resilient flesh texture. 2. Blossoms are non-showy when in full bloom. 3. A substantially spheriodal fruit with yellow flesh having red mottling. 4. Early maturing fruit of good taste. 5. A mid-season peach variety which matures with Redhaven and which has good storage and shelf life. 6. A stone having an arcuate base.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 4, 2004
    Date of Patent: August 22, 2006
    Inventor: Paul Jan Friday
  • Patent number: PP17543
    Abstract: A new and distinct variety of peach Prunus persica, tree having the following unique combination of desirable features. 1. The new and distinct variety of peach tree is of moderate upright growth and a regular and productive bearer of semi-cling peaches. 2. Producing a very firm fruit having a resilient flesh texture. 3. A substantially spherical fruit with an attractive red skin coloring over a majority of the surface. 4. Very early maturing fruit of good taste. 5. A very early maturing fruit of good storage and shelf life.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 4, 2004
    Date of Patent: April 3, 2007
    Inventor: Paul Jan Friday
  • Patent number: PP17578
    Abstract: A new and distinct variety of peach, Prunus persica, tree having the following unique combination of desirable features: 1. The limbs of the tree naturally grow at wide angles creating a wide-spreading tree. 2. A fruit with a very dark skin that remains firm when ripe. 3. A highly colored, peach cultivar that matures a few days before the variety P.F. 23 U.S. Plant Pat. No. 164 and which hangs on the tree for many days staying extremely firm.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 7, 2003
    Date of Patent: April 10, 2007
    Inventor: Paul Jan Friday
  • Patent number: PP17938
    Abstract: A new and distinct variety of peach, Prunus persica, tree having the following unique combination of desirable features. 1. Producing a very firm fruit having a resilient flesh texture. 2. Blossoms are non-showy when in full bloom. 3. A substantially spherical fruit with yellow flesh having a 3/16? wide then red flesh area that extends from the suture to the pit. 4. A mid-season peach ripens 3 days after ‘Redhaven’ (non-patented) which as large size and good storage and shelf life.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: April 11, 2006
    Date of Patent: August 21, 2007
    Inventor: Paul Jan Friday
  • Patent number: PP18534
    Abstract: A new and distinct variety of peach, Prunus persica, tree having the following unique combination of desirable features. 1. The new and distinct variety of peach tree is of spreading growth being a regular and productive bearer of large peaches having an average diameter of about 2¾?. 2. Producing a very firm fruit having a resilient flesh texture. 3. Blossoms are non-showy when in full bloom. 4. A substantially spherical fruit with skin of dark red color overlying yellow at maturity 5. An early season maturing fruit of good taste, and freestone. 6. An early season maturing fruit of good storage and shelf life.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 1, 2006
    Date of Patent: February 26, 2008
    Inventor: Paul Jan Friday
  • Patent number: PP14367
    Abstract: A new and distinct variety of peach, Prunus persica, tree having the following unique combination of desirable features: 1. Producing a very firm fruit that can best be described as “crunchy” when bitten into when firm ripe. 2. The limbs of the tree natura1ly grow at wide angles creating a wide-spreading tree. 3. A fruit with a smooth raised suture that remains firm as does the whole fruit. 4. A late maturing, highly colored, peach cultivar that matures a few days before the old standard variety, ‘Cresthaven’ (unpatented), and which hangs on the tree for many days, staying extremely firm.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 5, 2002
    Date of Patent: December 16, 2003
    Assignee: Paul J. Friday
    Inventor: Paul Jan Friday
  • Patent number: PP14369
    Abstract: A new and distinct variety of peach. Prunus persica, tree having the following unique combination of desirable features: 1. Producing a very firm fruit having a resilient flesh texture. 2. Blossoms are non-showy when in full bloom. 3. A substantially spherical fruit with yellow flesh having red mottling. 4. A mid-season peach variety that matures after ‘Redhaven’ (unpatented) and which has good storage and shelf life.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 22, 2002
    Date of Patent: December 16, 2003
    Inventor: Paul Jan Friday
  • Patent number: PP14778
    Abstract: A new and distinct variety of peach, Prunus persica, tree having the following unique combination of desirable features: 1. The new and distinct variety of peach tree is of average height and of upright growth and a regular and productive bearer of peaches. 2. Producing a very firm fruit having a resilient flesh texture. 3. Blossoms are non-showy when in full bloom. 4. A substantially oval spherical fruit with skin of dark red cover overlying a yellow which covers approximately twenty percent (20%) of its surface at maturity. 5. When harvested, the peduncle often remains affixed to the pit. 6. Late maturing fruit of good taste. 7. A late maturing fruit of good storage and shelf life.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 5, 2002
    Date of Patent: May 11, 2004
    Inventor: Paul Jan Friday
  • Patent number: PP25094
    Abstract: A new and distinct variety of peach, Prunus persica, tree having the following unique combination of desirable features. 1. The new and distinct variety of peach tree is of spreading growth being a regular and productive bearer of large peaches having an average diameter above 2-¾?. 2. Producing a very firm fruit having a resilient flesh texture. 3. Blossoms are non-showy when in full bloom. 4. A substantially spherical fruit with skin of dark red color overlying yellow at maturity 5. An mid-season maturing fruit of good taste, and freestone.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 19, 2012
    Date of Patent: November 25, 2014
    Inventor: Paul Jan Friday
  • Patent number: PP25616
    Abstract: A new and distinct variety of peach, Prunus persica, tree having the following unique combination of desirable features. 1. The new and distinct variety of peach tree is of spreading growth being a regular and productive bearer of large peaches having an average diameter of about 2½?. 2. Producing a very firm fruit having a resilient flesh texture. 3. Blossoms are non-showy when in full bloom. 4. A substantially spherical fruit with skin of dark red color overlying Very light yellow (white) at maturity 5. An early season maturing fruit of good sweet taste, white flesh, and freestone. 6. An early season maturing fruit of good storage and shelf life.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 22, 2012
    Date of Patent: June 9, 2015
    Inventor: Paul Jan Friday
  • Patent number: PP25765
    Abstract: A new and distinct variety of peach, Prunus persica, tree having the following unique combination of desirable features. 1. The new and distinct variety of peach tree is of average height and of upright growth and a regular and productive bearer of peaches. 2. Producing a very firm fruit having a resilient flesh texture. 3. Blossoms are non-showy when in full bloom. 4. A substantially spherical fruit with skin of red color (70-75%) overlying yellow at the maturity of the fruit. 5. A late maturing fruit of good taste. 6. A late maturing fruit of good storage and shelf life.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 19, 2012
    Date of Patent: August 4, 2015
    Inventor: Paul Jan Friday
  • Patent number: PP26058
    Abstract: A new and distinct variety of peach, Prunus persica, tree having the following unique combination of desirable features. 1. The new and distinct variety of peach tree is of spreading growth being a regular and productive bearer of large peaches having an average diameter of about 2½?-2¾?. 2. Producing a very firm fruit having a resilient flesh texture. 3. Blossoms are showy when in full bloom. 4. A substantially spherical fruit with skin of dark red color overlying yellow at maturity. 5. An early season maturing fruit of good taste, and freestone. 6. An early season maturing fruit of good storage and shelf life, non-browning.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 19, 2012
    Date of Patent: November 10, 2015
    Inventor: Paul Jan Friday
  • Patent number: PP26452
    Abstract: A new and distinct variety of peach, Prunus persica, tree having the following unique combination of desirable features. 1. The new and distinct variety of peach tree is of average height and of upright growth and a regular and productive bearer of peaches. 2. Producing a very firm fruit having a resilient flesh texture. 3. Blossoms are showy when in full bloom, with two (2) shades of color, also with stamens of two distinct lengthsl 4. A substantially spherical fruit with skin of red color (50-80%) overlying yellow at the maturity of the fruit. 5. Very late maturing fruit of good taste. 6. A very late maturing fruit of good storage and shelf life.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 19, 2012
    Date of Patent: March 8, 2016
    Inventor: Paul Jan Friday