From a legal standpoint, should Tesla decide to enforce their patents, I imagine the lawsuits would be dismissed at some point (perhaps in trial) because of the announcement you refer to. Users and companies believe that they are allowed to practice the patented inventions, so any lawsuit filed by Tesla would be in bad faith in my opinion. Good faith and bad ...
In the license for the GO software Google grants a licenses to the patents that Google owns regarding the GO software.
here such license applies only to those patent
claims, both currently owned or controlled by Google and acquired in the future, licensable by Google that are necessarily infringed by this implementation of Go.
Go is an open-source programming language that makes it easy to build simple, reliable, and efficient software. And Golang is Go Language. If someone builds software using Golang and registers it as Patent, then it is said as Golang Patent.
I don't actually know whether you can legally sell your fruit. I'm not a lawyer. This might be better posted on the Law SE site. The question might be whether when original plants were purchased they came with a license to sell the fruit. That said, I'll try to address whether the patent is still enforceable.
You don't list the actual patent number so we ...