An invention is considered to be suitable for industrial use if, according to the invention, the plant can be obtained, or used, in a technical sense, in any industrial activity, without excluding agriculture. Industrial activity should be understood broadly as covering any technical activity. The invention cannot be purely theoretical, it must guarantee repeatability of the result and be useful in any field of practical human activity. The industrial nature of the application, in a technical sense, does not allow the patentability of an invention that is useless.