How do we do it?
In Vitro introduction
of plant tissue
A mother plant is strategically selected for its characteristics and from this a tissue sample is taken. This is passed through an aseptic process so it can be introduced into the laboratory. The plant manages to maintain growth cycles in the laboratory.
The varieties already established within the laboratory are propagated it. After propagation, the plants that meet the quality standards are passed to the greenhouses or to stage IV.
Rooting of the
At this stage in the lab the plant material is allowed to grow and generate more roots in order to better prepare it for adaptation to the field. In some plants this stage is not necessary.
Adaptation of the materials
in the greenhouse
Finally the materials are moved from the lab to the greenhouse so that they can be adapted to the levels of humidity, light and temperature they will face when being outdoors.