Plant tissue culture is the process of cloning cells, tissues or organs of the mother plants and propagating them in nutrient media, under sterile and controlled environmental conditions. The objective of tissue culture is to produce a large amount of genetically identical plants to the mother plants in a short period compared to the production of the usual agricultural methods. Parts of the tissue of these plants are removed, disinfected and then planted into sterile agricultural media. By planting these tissues into a specific nutrient medium, we can partially control further development and encourage propagation or rooting.

These young plants are grown under sterile conditions in equipped growth chambers, which are optimally regulated in terms of quality and intensity of lighting, temperature and air purity.

Then the plants are moved to the company’s greenhouses. These sophisticated greenhouses where temperature, humidity, and lighting are controlled enable production 365 days a year.

The selected plant germplasms are kept in sterile laboratory conditions in the gene bank within the company’s laboratories and are constantly being renewed. This is a great advantage for our customers, who specifically need to obtain strains with the same genetic makeup as the mother plants and free of diseases.

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