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THE MOST SUCCESSFUL BREEDING PROGRAMS  IN THE WORLD 

INNOVATION
CENTRES

EXPERIMENTAL
FARMS

NURSERIES

We work closely with top international breeders and firmly believe that investing in the development of new varieties benefits all stakeholders in the supply chain: breeders, growers, marketers and consumers.

Through our own Innovation Centres and the external breeding programs that we support, a huge pipeline of new varieties is created.

  • Agronomical evaluations, selection and development of growing protocols take place at our experimental farms.
  • Our nurseries provide high quality certified plant material to our licensed growers
  • Our legal experts ensure the enforcement of Plant Breeders Rights at global level.

GROWING WITH

THE BEST GROWERS 

Our global network of grower-partners believe in a new model based in the following principles:

  • Investing in Plant IP and growing new varieties which add value and improve the current offer for customers.
  • Focus on efficiency by growing new cultivars which are more productive, easier and therefore cheaper to produce.
  • Developing new rootstocks which enhance cultivar attributes, require less inputs, are stronger against pest and disease and have greater resilience in the face of climate change and extreme weather events.
  • Respecting Plant IP as the only mechanism to protect innovation and to generate a ­financial return for reinvestment in more breeding, research and development.
  • Adjusting the offer to the market demand.
  • Maximizing returns through the right initial variety choice and the optimization of crop production and its commercialization.

OUR DIVISIONS

Working on the development of new citrus varieties to revolutionize the current offer at global level

Developing excellent pomegranate varieties for the fresh, juice and prep fruit industry.

Our most exotic division which deals with persimmon, mango and other tropical fruit.

A highly reputed table grape program which offers an exceptional range of white, red and black varieties.

Looks after the experimental farms, nurseries and own production of the varieties developed by the other divisions.