Breeder News

Southern Living Plant Collection Varieties Recognized by Dallas Arboretum

The Dallas Arboretum Plant Trials has recognized three plants from the Southern Living Plant Collection with the FlameProof award. Each year, the Dallas Arboretum Plant Trials program tests thousands of plant varieties in search of... more »

Hot Performers from the Southern Plant Trials

I look forward to attending the Southern Plant Trials in early June. This follows the California Spring Trials, which for many years has become a display of pristine introductions. The Southern Trials are some of... more »

PanAmerican Seed to be Featured on TV Show

Viewers of the TV show American Farmer will have an opportunity to learn about some of the research being done at PanAmerican Seed. On Aug. 28, RFD-TV will broadcasting a TV segmen,t produced by DMG... more »

Independent Plant Breeders Conference to Meet in November

Registration is now open for the 2018 Independent Plant Breeders Conference. The conference will take place Nov.-10, in Mobile, Alabama. Among the presenters scheduled to speak are: Brie Arthur - Author, Vice President of Horticulture - Gardenuity.com... more »

Syngenta Acquires Floranova

On July 26, Syngenta announced it had completed the acquisition of Floranova, a flower and home garden vegetable seeds breeder with a broad portfolio and customers in over 50 countries. Syngenta and Floranova will continue... more »

Dümmen Orange, IribovSBW Develop New Tulip Bulb Propagation Technique

Dümmen Orange, in collaboration with IribovSBW, has developed a new method to significantly speed up the propagation of tulip bulbs. The tissue culture method increases the multiplication rate of a single tulip bulb from three... more »

Griffin Releases Latest Seed & Plant Catalog

Griffin has published its 2018-2019 Seed & Plant catalog that is available now in print and expanded digital formats. The 280-page print catalog is the company’s most expansive yet, featuring nearly 500 new and improved... more »

Sakata Supports Seed Your Future

Sakata Seed America plans to contribute $50,000 over the next two years to the Seed Your Future organization through the company’s Corporate Giving program. Seed Your Future is a national initiative dedicated to promoting horticulture... more »

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